Lisbon calls for compliance with Basic Law in TDM’s patriotic editorial line case

The Portuguese Minister of Foreign Affairs, Augusto Santos Silva, has called on his counterparts in the People’s Republic of China to scrupulously respect and apply the rules established by the

Guangzhou establishes school for students from SARs

The first school solely dedicated to enrolling students from Hong Kong and Macau is ready to operate from September this year, China Daily reported. Located in the city of Guangzhou, the

SARs temporarily suspend BioNTech vaccine amid ‘packaging defects’

The Macau SAR government suspended the BioNTech vaccination from yesterday following a request made during an online meeting with Fosun Pharma. The suspension requested by Fosun Pharm on the batch

Junket denies link with fraudulent website

Paradise Entertainment Limited denied its link to a fraudulent website which used certain information of the company and claimed that it was the online lottery gaming platform operated by Paradise

Briefs | 3 returnees test positive for Covid-19 antibodies

  Three returnees from Europe and the U.S. who returned to Macau via Taipei on March 7 tested positive for Covid-19 antibodies, the Novel Coronavirus Response and Coordination Centre announced last

CEM to select eligible buildings for electricity facility upgrade

The preparatory works of the Safety Upgrade Subsidy Program for Communal Electrical Installations in Low-rise Aging Buildings (Program), launched by the Companhia de Electricidade de Macau (CEM) are now underway,

Petition on e-voucher scheme to push through this Sunday

The Public Security Police Force (PSP) has approved lawmaker Au Kam San’s request to protest the consumer e-voucher scheme on Sunday. The demonstrators will assemble at Tap Seac Square at 3

Unique users and products make SME stand out

Macao has been recognized as UNESCO-designated Creative City of Gastronomy. To reflect the diversified catering characteristics and rich choices available in Macao, ingredients and seasonings of high quality are the keys

Travel practitioners yearn for GBA tourism to stay afloat

Some of Macau’s tourism practitioners — especially those who offer outbound trips — have called on the government to introduce Greater Bay Area (GBA) multi-destination travel packages to help them

Crime | Man reports loss of HKD340,000 in a cryptocurrency investment scam

A local man has reported a loss of a total of HKD340,000 in an online cryptocurrency investment scheme, the Judiciary Police (PJ) informed yesterday during the regular joint press conference

46 graduated from program organized by UM and Sands China

Two cohorts of graduates from the one-year business management diploma program, jointly organized by the University of Macau’s (UM) Centre for Continuing Education (CCE) and Sands China Ltd, received their

China bashes US over racism, inequality, pandemic response

China lashed out yesterday at the U.S. over racism, financial inequality and the federal government’s response to the coronavirus in an annual report that seeks to counter U.S. accusations of

Airbnb asked to drop Olympic ties over rights issues

Airbnb Inc. is being asked to drop its sponsorship connections to next year’s Beijing’s Winter Olympics by a coalition of 150 human-rights campaigners. The coalition is headed by groups that oppose

This Day in History | 1975 Saudi’s King Faisal assassinated

King Faisal of Saudi Arabia has died after a gun attack in Riyadh despite the efforts of doctors to save him. The king was rushed to hospital still alive and doctors

USA | Asian Americans seek greater political power after shootings

Speaking on the floor of the Georgia state Senate last week, Michelle Au implored her colleagues to “stand up” to the hatred aimed at Asian Americans that’s increased during the

Internet | Beijing considers creating state-backed company to oversee tech data

China’s government has proposed establishing a joint venture with local technology giants that would oversee the lucrative data they collect from hundreds of millions of consumers, according to people familiar

China’s $2.3 trillion hidden debt could climb even further

China’s local governments had 14.8 trillion yuan ($2.3 trillion) of hidden debt last year, and the figure could climb even further this year, according to a government-linked think tank. Local governments

Figure Skating | US team stronger than most for recent world events

Multiple medals at the World Figure Skating Championships are rare for the United States. This year’s team could reverse that trend. And there couldn’t be a better time than in a

The Buzz | Israel election: Netanyahu falls short of majority amid vote count

Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu could struggle to secure enough seats in parliament to stay in power, incomplete results from Tuesday’s election show. With almost 90% of votes counted, his right-wing bloc

White House: North Korea conducted short-range missile test

North Korea fired short-range missiles this past weekend, just days after the sister of Kim Jong Un threatened the United States and South Korea for holding joint military exercises. The missile

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