CESL Asia concludes event promoting sustainable development

The CESL Asia Social Investment Initiative’s (CSII) Kid’s Drawing Contest, themed “Our Sustainable City,” was recently concluded and has awarded over 30 local students who joined the contest. From April to

Convicted former UM law professor reportedly in Saipan

John Mo Shijian, former law professor at the University of Macau (UM), is reportedly in Saipan, according to reports. Mo, who is also a former dean of the UM graduate school,

TDM exerting higher degree of censorship, insider confirms

TDM has exerted an “unprecedentedly high” degree of censorship on its programs since this June, with the removal of certain content mentioning the June 4 vigil, a credible source who

Gaming | Jan-May tax down 25.7% year-on-year

  The Macau SAR government received an aggregate amount of MOP15.63 billion in the form of tax receipts generated from the city’s gaming industry from January to May this year, representing

Covid-19 | Gov’t prepares for mass testing

Although mass testing for Covid-19 for the whole population is not yet a certainty, local health authorities have not dismissed the possibility, stating that a plan for population-wide testing is

400 residents booked for Covid-19 test after dining at local restaurant

During yesterday’s Covid-19 press briefing, Dr Leong Iek Hou of the coordinator of the local Centre for Disease Prevention and Control (CDC) said that all of them already received the

Covid-19 | New batch of around 10,000 mRNA vaccines arriving this weekend

A new batch of approximately 10,000 mRNA vaccines from BioNTech will arrive at Macau over the weekend, the medical director from the Conde de São Januário Hospital Center and coordinator

Third Stimulus | Scholar: Cautious spending by residents as pandemic continues

  Residents are being cautious with spending during the Electronic Consumption Benefits Plan as the pandemic is lasting longer than expected, according to Tong Kai Chung, president of the Macau Institute of

“Wynn Cup” Qingdao-Macao International Offshore Race Facilitates Marine Economy Development

In response to the Macao SAR Government’s policy to promote the diversified development in sports and tourism, Wynn exclusively sponsored the inaugural 2021 “Wynn Cup” Qingdao-Macao International Offshore Race, a

22 direct-election nominee applications confirmed, two drop out

  The nomination committee application period for the 7th Legislative Assembly election ended yesterday, gathering a total of 27 applications. The Electoral Affairs Commission (CAEL) has received 22 applications for the

Advocate calls for better transparency in nuclear power plant’s safety

The action came after CNN reported that the power plant is near the verge of a potential leakage. Chiang was concerned that Macau residents residing around 67km from the power plant

Hong Kong watching Chinese nuclear plant after leak reported

China’s government said yesterday no abnormal radiation was detected outside a nuclear power plant near Hong Kong following a news report of a leak, while Hong Kong’s leader said her

China denounces NATO statement, defends defense policy

The Chinese mission to the European Union yesterday denounced a NATO statement that declared Beijing a “security challenge,” saying China is actually a force for peace but will defend itself

This day in history | 1963 Soviets launch first woman into space

Lieutenant Valentina Tereshkova, 26, was the fifth Russian cosmonaut to go into the Earth’s orbit when her spaceship Vostok VI was launched at 1230 Moscow time. Moscow Television broadcast the first

New Israel government vows change, but not for Palestinians

  Israel’s fragile new government has shown little interest in addressing the decades-old conflict with the Palestinians, but it may not have a choice. Jewish ultranationalists are already staging provocations aimed at

Covid-19 | UK gov’t urged to extend worker support after reopening delay

The British government fended off calls yesterday to provide more financial support to businesses and workers who will suffer from its decision to delay the relaxation of coronavirus restrictions in

Spain misfires, held to 0-0 draw by Sweden at Euro 2020

The chances came and went but neither Spain nor Sweden managed to put any of them in the net. Spain dominated possession and kept the pressure on the opposing area for

England players booed for taking a knee despite plea by team

Sections of fans at Wembley Stadium booed England players for taking a knee before the European Championship game against Croatia on Sunday. The boos, which could be heard over those fans

Preview | Finland plays Russia with Euro 2020 knockout stage in reach

Lost, perhaps, in the drama surrounding Christian Eriksen’s collapse during Denmark’s game against Finland at the European Championship was the result after play resumed. The Finns, playing in their first ever

The Buzz | Emails show Trump pressured Justice Dept. over 2020 election

During the last weeks of his presidency, Donald Trump and his allies pressured the Justice Department to investigate unsubstantiated claims of widespread 2020 election fraud, despite his former attorney general declaring

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