Hotel arrangements for Hong Kong guests under discussion

Since the sudden developments in Hong Kong’s pandemic situation on Tuesday, with the reclassification of the recent two confirmed Delta cases as imported cases, the Macao Government Tourism Office (MGTO)

Real estate market to experience a rebound

As Macau’s inoculation rate increases, the local property market will obviously be stimulated, the Centaline (Macau) Property Agency Ltd predicted in its forecast for rent and sale property markets at

Teacher-development key in consultation on non-tertiary education

  Consultation on mid- to long-term planning for Non-tertiary Education has garnered 978 submissions in a 49-day period. The five topics of most concern are the nurturing aspect of teaching, infant

Property inspections without court order may be permitted

The latest version of the Urban Architecture Legal Regime Bill proposes allowing officers from the Land, Public Works and Transport Bureau (DSSOPT) to enter a property for inspection without court

Hotel occupancy in May stood at 62%

The average occupancy rate of guest rooms in May surged by 50.2 percentage points year-on-year to 62.0%, with both 3-star and 4-star hotels outperforming the sector’s average, at 70.7% and

Elections 2021 | Hopeful groups announce election candidates

Civil Watch, New Macau Progressive and Power of Synergy – three parties campaigning on professionalism – announced yesterday their lists of candidates for the upcoming parliamentary election. The latter two groups

Crime | PSP arrests theft suspect after a hot pursuit in ZAPE area

The Public Security Police Force (PSP) has arrested a man suspected of theft yesterday morning following a high-speed pursuit through the NAPE and ZAPE areas, the PSP announced yesterday at

Registered vehicles increased by up to 3.6% y-o-y

Licensed motor vehicles in Macau totaled 244,420 at the end of May, up 2.0% year-on-year, according to recent data published by the Information from the Statistics and Census Service (DSEC) Light

Crime | Police detain four over fake marriages

  The Public Security Police Force (PSP) has announced that they have detained four people on suspicion of being part of a sham marriage scheme. Of the four detained, three people were

Official calls on G20 members to advance partnership spirit

Chinese State Councilor and Foreign Minister Wang Yi Tuesday called on the Group of 20 (G20) members to promote the spirit of partnership and put forward suggestions for joint efforts. Wang

Taiwan | Boy dies after being repeatedly slammed in judo class

A 7-year-old Taiwanese boy has died after being repeatedly slammed by his coach and others at a judo class. The boy, identified only by his surname, Huang, was taken off life

Chinese take pride, genuine joy in CPC’s landmark anniversary, defy West’s smears

With a dazzling light show illuminating the night sky of the Chinese capital Beijing, thousands of drones soaring simultaneously into the sky in the southern city of Shenzhen to form

Communist Party of China now has over 95 million members

The Communist Party of China (CPC) has 95.148 million members as of June 5, the Organization Department of the CPC Central Committee announced yesterday. Membership was 3.5 percent up from the

Xi to address grand gathering celebrating CPC centenary

Xi Jinping, general secretary of the Communist Party of China (CPC) Central Committee, will attend a grand gathering celebrating the CPC centenary at Tian’anmen Square in Beijing today. Xi, also Chinese

This day in history | 1997 Hong Kong handed over to Chinese control

Hong Kong has been handed back to the Chinese authorities - ending more than 150 years of British control. The British flag was lowered over Government House - home to the

North Korea | Kim berates officials for ‘crucial’ virus lapse

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un berated top officials for failures in coronavirus prevention that caused a “great crisis,” using strong language that raised the specter of a mass outbreak

Stocks | China’s Didi touts tech spending ahead of Wall St debut

Chinese ride-hailing service Didi says it lost $5.5 billion over the past three years ahead of its U.S. stock market debut yesterday but it’s highlighting its global reach and investments

Japan | SoftBank says Pepper robot remains ‘alive’ and well

Japanese technology company SoftBank denies it’s pulling the plug on its friendly, talking, bubble-headed Pepper robot. “There is absolutely no change to our Pepper business,” SoftBank Robotics Corp. spokesperson Ai Kitamura

Sands Resorts’ restaurants receive accolades from

Sands Resorts Macao restaurants have been recognised by Group Gourmet 2021 Top Global Restaurant List in an award ceremony at The Londoner Macao’s Londoner Theatre. La Chine at The Parisian Macao and Zi

MGM team members visit exhibitions of CPC history

MGM recently arranged a group of over 50 local management team members to visit two exhibitions about history of the Communist Party of China (CPC) and the nation. The group visited the photo

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