Tourism | Booking data substantiates rapidly growing tourist demand

Booking data released by, the largest online travel agency in China, yesterday provided compelling evidence of China’s rapidly growing tourism demand for travel to Macau during the forthcoming Labor

CE: Universal suffrage off the negotiation table

A proposal from the Chief Executive (CE) to promote adjustments to Macau’s political system is not currently part of discussions with the central government, Ho Iat Seng said yesterday at

Covid-19 | Third batch of mRNA vaccines arrived, gov’t to conduct ‘detailed’ test

The third batch of 29,250 doses of BioNTech vaccines arrived in Macau yesterday after being transported from Germany via Hong Kong, according to a statement issued by the Novel Coronavirus Response

Economic support, unemployment, and housing top priorities in CE inquiry

Measures to support the economy during the pandemic, solutions to the growing unemployment among locals, and housing were three of the main topics chosen by the lawmakers in a Legislative

Satellite casino allegedly used ploy to coerce staff to resign

It has been alleged that Casino Rio, a satellite casino under the Galaxy Entertainment Group, willfully put a group of long-serving local employees into a tight corner at work, intending

Macao art festival | Contemporary photography exhibition opens Friday

The exhibition “A Room with a View - Baptiste Rabichon Photography Exhibition,” is set to open this Friday at Tap Seac Gallery at 6:30 p.m. as part of the 31st Macao

Number of mental help-seekers at record highs

The number of locals seeking medical help has “surged” in 2021 due to ongoing worries caused by the pandemic, according to the Women’s General Association of Macau. On the sidelines of

Galaxy Cinemas rebranded, ‘UA’ appellation dropped

The former UA Galaxy Cinemas at Galaxy Macau integrated resort has recently been rebranded as “Galaxy Cinemas.” The rebranding comes after the cinema chain UA Cinema went under in Hong Kong

Employment | Fresh graduates facing tougher time in finding jobs

New graduates are now facing an even tougher time in seeking employment compared to last year, despite the positive projection for the city’s current economy and the large number of

New department inspecting lifts to open in H2

  The Land, Public Works and Transport Bureau is set to establish a new dedicated department to inspect and ensure the safety of over 9,000 elevators, escalators and automatic walking systems

Philippines summons Chinese ambassador over reef dispute

The Philippine government summoned the Chinese ambassador to press its demand for Chinese vessels to immediately leave a reef claimed by Manila in the South China Sea and said their

Strait Tensions | China sends 25 warplanes near Taiwan in biggest drill this year

China’s air force sent 25 fighters and bombers over the Taiwan Strait, escalating military pressure on the government in Taipei as it boosts ties with the U.S. Beijing deployed 14 J-16

Taipei launches shipbuilding program amid China threats

Taiwan launched an amphibious transport ship yesterday that’s the first from its new naval shipbuilding program begun as China escalates its threats to use military force to annex the island

This day in history | 1968 Berlin student unrest worsens

A massive student rally in West Berlin has ended in violent clashes between police and protesters. Students blocked the city’s main thoroughfare, the Kurfurstendamm, in protest at the shooting last week

Religion | Muslims open Ramadan with social distanced prayers, vaccines

Muslims began marking Ramadan with communal prayers yesterday in a socially distanced contrast to the empty mosques of a year ago when Islam’s holiest month coincided with the start of

Technology | China warns 34 firms to curb excess in antitrust review

China ordered 34 internet corporations yesterday to rectify their anti-competitive practices within the next month, signaling that Beijing’s scrutiny of its most powerful firms hasn’t ended with the conclusion of

Economy | China’s March exports rise 30.6% as global demand revives

China’s exports rose 30.6% over a year ago in March as global consumer demand strengthened and traders watched for signs of what President Joe Biden might do about reviving tariff

The Ritz-Carlton launches springtime offers

The Ritz-Carlton Macau is offering seasonal menus at Lai Heen, The Ritz-Carlton Bar & Lounge and The Ritz- Carlton Café, as well as a spa treatment at The Ritz-Carlton Spa. Lai Heen’s

Melco co-organizes program on women’s mental wellness

The Women’s General Association of Macau and Melco Resorts & Entertainment co-organized an inauguration ceremony for the “Feel Better – Women’s Personal Development and Support Program” followed by a mental

Olympics | Torch runs through empty park in Osaka as cases rise

The torch relay for the Tokyo Olympics ran through a mostly empty Osaka city park yesterday, showing the risks of trying to hold the postponed games during a pandemic. It came

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