TurboJet to close Tuen Mun-Macau ferry route

Ferry services operated by TurboJET between Tuen Mun and Macau will be terminated, the company announced in a statement. This comes as a result of the upcoming expiry of its leasing

IFTM to offer new graduate program

The Macao Institute for Tourism Studies (IFTM) is preparing to offer a new graduate study program in hotel and tourism smart technologies, Dr. Fanny Vong, president of the institute, said

CTS to transform into integrated tourism operator

Big Tourism” and providing integrated services will be the direction of China Travel Service’s (CTS) future development, Zhang Jianzhong, chairman of the company, said on the company’s 60th anniversary. There are

Home-coming registration platform opens to non-students

The online platform originally opened for Macau students studying abroad to register their intention to return to Macau has now been made available to all Macau residents in mid to

IC holds meeting to prepare for typhoon season

Anticipating the peak of the typhoon season in Macau, the Cultural Affairs Bureau (IC) held a meeting with officials in charge of several cultural and heritage venues to prepare for

Covid-19 | Macao Water, USJ offer vaccination incentives

Macao Water and the University of Saint Joseph (USJ) have introduced an incentive program to encourage their employees to get vaccinated against Covid-19. The water company stated that all their employees

PJ reports four more scams involving stolen credit card data

  The Judiciary Police (PJ) have revealed that they have received four new reports from residents who have been targeted in the scam involving stolen credit card data. The residents claim

MP delegation visits Beijing’s judicial bodies to discuss cooperation, security

A delegation from the Public Prosecutions Office (MP) led by the Prosecutor-general, Ip Son Sang, has recently toured Beijing, visiting several judicial bodies including the Supreme People’s Procuratorate, MP revealed

Crime | New shop assistant burgles shop safe box to repay debt

A 24-year-old male local resident, recently hired by a store in Cotai, was found to have taken HKD60,000 from the workplace safe box, the Public Security Police Force (PSP) revealed

Urban renewal methods in big cities may not suit Macau

Urban planner and representative of the Urban Renewal Investigation Project, Lam Iek Chit, said that it may not be realistic to replicate external urban renewal methods in Macau, considering the

Housing | Macau Urban Renewal signs LOIs for Lot P

Yesterday, the Macau Urban Renewal Limited (MUR) signed letters of intents (LOIs) with the building contractors for the construction of Home Swap Housing Units (parcel A) and Temporary Housing Units

Gaming | Genting, Melco remain in Yokohama IR race

Genting Singapore and Melco Resorts & Entertainment have qualified for the city’s Request for Proposal (RFP) to develop an integrated resort (IR), the government of Yokohama, Japan’s second-largest city, recently

Melco to organize e-Sports event with Tencent

Melco Resorts & Entertainment has announced that it will be co-organizing the forthcoming “World University Cyber League 2021” e-sports event in the SAR with Tencent Sports. For the first time, the competition will

Gaming | GGR may plunge to ‘mid-50%’ range in June following May rally

The city’s gross gaming revenue (GGR) in June may plunge to “mid-50% range compared to June 2019,” according to brokerage Sanford C. Bernstein Ltd. Analysts at the firm expect a downturn

China trade envoy, US Treasury secretary meet by video

China’s chief economic envoy and Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen held their first meeting by video yesterday, but the two sides gave no indication when negotiations on ending their tariff war

Hong Kong | Tiananmen museum shuts down amid investigation

A Hong Kong museum commemorating China’s deadly 1989 crackdown on pro-democracy protests closed yesterday three days after opening as the ruling Communist Party tries to stamp out the last traces

South China Sea | US, Japan reaffirm alliance amid territorial claims

The new head of the U.S. Indo-Pacific Command held talks with top Japanese officials this week and reaffirmed their alliance amid China’s increasingly assertive claims to contested areas in the

This day in history | 1972 Protestant march ends in battle

A Protestant march against the creation of “no-go” areas in Londonderry has ended in a bloody battle on the Craigavon Bridge. Soldiers used rubber bullets and water cannon to control the

Covid-19 | Sinovac vaccine restores a Brazilian city to near normal

Just one COVID-19 patient is in critical condition at the Dr. Geraldo Cesar Reis clinic in Serrana, a city of almost 46,000 in Sao Paulo state’s countryside. The 63-year-old woman

Wynn awards winners of national education drawing competition

Co-organized by Wynn Resorts (Macau) and the National Conditions Education (Macau) Association, the fifth “Wynn Cup –Macau Primary School Student National Education Drawing Competition” award ceremony was recently held at

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