Macau, Shanghai sign agreements of exchange and cooperation

Macau and Shanghai signed five agreements during a conference attended by Chief Executive (CE) Ho Iat Seng, who had led a delegation to the city for four days. The agreements were

Transport Bureau discusses safety with bus companies

The meeting comes after a public bus operated by concessionaire TCM hit two school children last week. The bus company has currently suspended the driver. According to information released by the DSAT,

Suncity offers voluntary resignation scheme

Local junket operator Suncity Group has announced that it is offering a voluntary resignation scheme to encourage its employees to “reshape” their life plans. The scheme, officially known as “Personal Career

The 13 near bankruptcy after creditor demands HKD3.28b payment

The troubled The 13 Macau is a step closer towards bankruptcy as one of its creditors issued a demand for the parent company to repay the debt within three weeks. “If

Non-resident deposits rose to MOP361b

  Non-resident deposits rose 1.9% to MOP361.2 billion, while resident deposits decreased 0.2% from the preceding month to MOP679.1 billion, according to recent data provided by the Monetary Authority of Macao.

Brokerage opening estimate of Grand Lisboa Palace extended to Q3

Brokerage Morgan Stanley has estimated that the opening of the awaited Grand Lisboa Palace will be further delayed to the third quarter (Q3) of this year, according to its recent

Gov’t report recommends electric vehicles

The Macau Environmental Condition Report 2020 noted that, with a tighter air quality standard to be implemented this year, the use of electric vehicles and clean energy should be further

Covid-19 | Requirements for entrants from five high-risk countries tightened

Health measures on entrants who have been to five countries considered high risk by the Macau government in the 28 preceding days have been further tightened, the Novel Coronavirus Response

Covid-19 | Age ceiling for BioNTech jab to be reduced from 16 to 12 years

Adolescents aged 12 years and above will soon be included in the group of people eligible to be inoculated with the Covid-19 vaccine in Macau, health authorities announced in a

Urban Master Plan | Experts express contradictory opinions on how it safeguards local heritage

Conflicting opinions on how the new Urban Master Plan safeguards Macau’s heritage and identity became the basis of a debate held during an event organized by the France Macau Chamber

Covid-19 | US senators promise vaccines for Taiwan amid China row

U.S. will give Taiwan 750,000 doses of COVID-19 vaccine, part of President Joe Biden’s move to share tens of millions of jabs globally, three American senators said yesterday, after the

June 4 | Microsoft says ‘tank man’ image blocking due to human error

Microsoft Corp. blamed “accidental human error” for its Bing search engine briefly not showing image results for the search term “tank man” on the anniversary of the bloody military crackdown

Diplomacy | China urges closer Afghanistan ties as US withdrawal looms

China is urging closer security and economic cooperation with Afghanistan in an apparent effort to bolster its influence in the region as the U.S. and its allies prepare to withdraw

This day in history | 1942 Japanese beaten in Battle of Midway

The United States has routed the Japanese Navy in a major three-day battle over a remote US naval and air base at Midway Island in the Pacific Ocean. The victory has

North Korea | Leader calls for meeting to review battered economy

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has presided over a meeting of his ruling party in his first public appearance in about a month, and called for a larger political

Data recovered as ship with chemicals sinking off Sri Lanka

Experts recovered the data recorder of a fire-ravaged ship carrying chemicals that is slowly sinking off Sri Lanka’s capital, as salvage crews stood by to head off a possible environmental

Cricket | New Zealand remains in control despite Burns ton for England

Rory Burns compiled his third century for England but a New Zealand side inspired by paceman Tim Southee remained in control after the fourth day of the first cricket test

The Buzz | Hungary: Plan to build Chinese university branch protested

Several thousand people rallied in Hungary’s capital Saturday against plans by Prime Minister Viktor Orban to host a Chinese university in Budapest. A strategic agreement that Hungary signed with Shanghai-based Fudan

Normandy commemorates D-Day with small crowds, but big heart

When the sun rises over Omaha Beach, revealing vast stretches of wet sand extending toward distant cliffs, one starts to grasp the immensity of the task faced by Allied soldiers

China Daily | The UAE and China: partners in innovation for a brighter future

  In a world that is evolving at an unprecedented pace, driven by new technologies that continually disrupt the way we live and work, developing a culture that fosters innovation is

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