Travel Industry Council sees room for capsule hotel

  The addition of capsule accommodations will enrich tourism elements and choices of accommodation in Macau, Andy Wu Keng Kuong, chairman of the Travel Industry Council of Macau, told the Times

Ritz-Carlton, Macau gets Tripadvisor Award

The Ritz-Carlton, Macau was recently rated and awarded the Tripadvisor’s Travelers’ Choice Awards, ranking 14th among 25 other hotels worldwide. The five-star hotel is the only hotel in the Greater Bay

MP charges parents for abandoning infant

  The Public Prosecutions Office (MP) has detained the parents who left a baby alone at their residence, following reports it had received on the case. According to police investigation, the parents

Consumption subsidy to roll out from Monday

Funds for the consumption subsidy will be deposited into registrants’ mobile payment accounts or available for consumption card top-up from as early as Monday. Residents who registered yesterday or earlier and

Taiwanese authority rebuts Macau newspaper’s scarcity claim

The Mainland Affairs Council of the Taiwanese government has issued a statement firmly denying the accusations made by a “specific media” outlet that Macau students are facing privation and difficulties

11 cases of forged investment residency applications: CCAC

The corruption watchdog has revealed that a businessman is suspected of forging documents to support applications for permanent residency under the Investment Residency category. According to the Commission against Corruption (CCAC),

GP museum to open in June

  The Macao Grand Prix Museum will officially open in June. From today, admission tickets can be purchased online 30 days in advance and up to one day before the visit.

Crime | Suspect in Cotai resort murder apprehended in mainland China

A man suspected of committing a murder that took place early this month in a hotel room at a Cotai resort has just been arrested in Hubei Province, China, the

GCS clarifies launch of public tender for magazine

The Government Information Bureau (GCS) has stated that public tenders were conducted from 2005 to 2009 for the production of the government’s magazine titled “Macao,” after the corruption watchdog accused

Surge in digital scams, personal offenses raise crime rate in Q1

Macau registered a 20.8% surge in the number of criminal cases year-on-year, totaling 2,914, in the first quarter (Q1) of 2021, according to a quarterly crime report released yesterday by

Covid-19 | Inoculation at Macao Forum kicks off

The community vaccination service at Macao Forum began operations yesterday (May 20), recording over 130 registrations as of 8 a.m. The idea of designating Macao Forum as a new inoculation point

Seac Pai Van light rail construction delayed due to tender cancelation

The SAR government has decided to revoke the tender for the construction of the Seac Pai Van Line of the Light Rapid Transit due to an obvious discrepancy in budget

18 old buildings benefitting from Macao Water’s subsidy program

As of early May, Macao Water Supply Company Limited (Macao Water) has approved 18 cases to receive subsidies under its Repair of Service Connections to Low-rise Buildings program. Five of the

Covid-19 | China, in global campaign, vaccinates its people in Thailand

Chinese citizens living in Thailand began being vaccinated yesterday as part of China’s global campaign to inoculate its nationals living and working abroad. China recently donated 500,000 vaccine doses, and Thailand

Beijing says providing vaccines to almost 40 African states

China said yesterday it is providing COVID-19 vaccines to nearly 40 African countries, describing its actions as purely altruistic in an apparent intensification of what has been described as “vaccine

This day in history | 1991 Bomb kills India’s former leader Rajiv Gandhi

Rajiv Gandhi, the 46-year-old former Indian prime minister, has been assassinated. He was campaigning for the Congress Party on the second day of voting in the world’s largest democratic election when

South China Sea | Beijing, Washington argue over naval activity in disputed waters

China yesterday issued its second protest in as many days over United States naval activity in the region, drawing an unusually sharp response from the U.S. Navy’s 7th Fleet, which

TASTE OF EDESIA | Vibrant Mixology Series

This week, Ritz-Carlton Macau teams up with Andrew Ho, Founder and Co-owner of the award-winning bar, Hope & Sesame, and Uno Wang, Head Bartender of Evening Standard Bar, in Guangzhou

War, climate displaced tens of millions in 2020: Study

A key group that monitors internal displacement is reporting yesterday that violence and disasters — often caused or worsened by the impact of climate change — forced people to relocate

tTunes | Snappier, tighter Royal Blood rock on ‘Typhoons’

Most rock duos are based around the guitar-and-drums concept — think The White Stripes or The Black Keys. Now imagine taking away the guitar. That’s Royal Blood, a band of just

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