Macao Int’l Documentary Film Festival | City still young in the face of documentary films, says curator

Despite the arrival of new cinemas, the city’s audience is still trying to get accustomed to the film festival culture, said Penny Lam, curator of the 5th Macao International Documentary

Briefs | Toxin found in locally-made raw dumplings

  Borax, which is a banned material in the preparation of food and food products, was found in the test samples of raw wonton and seasoned shrimps made by local eatery

Residential property price index up 1.5% in Mar-May

The overall residential property price index from March to May 2021 ticked up 1.5% compared to the preceding survey period from February to April to reach 267.6, according to the

Elections 2021 | Neto Valente says candidates’ disqualification contrary to Basic Law

Following Friday’s announcement that a total of 21 aspiring candidates from six groups are ineligible to participate in the Legislative Assembly (AL) elections, the candidates, groups, and several noteworthy people

Elections 2021 | Candidates to appeal from disqualification decision

On Saturday afternoon, several members of some of the lists disqualified from the elections spoke to the media during a press conference especially organized for this purpose. Sulu Sou, Rocky Chan,

9th MITE accentuates “Tourism+” concept

At the high-profile opening ceremony of the 9th Macao International Travel (Industry) Expo (MITE) on July 9, leading authorities of both Macau and China announced their commitments to collectively deepen

Health chief declines disclosure on future Cotai hospital operator

It is not appropriate to disclose too much about the speculated operating entity of the future Island Hospital for the time being, Alvis Lo, director of the Health Bureau, recently

FIA GT World Cup exclusively dependent on Macau travel restrictions

The return of drivers and machinery for the FIA GT World Cup event to Macau’s Guia circuit solely depends on the easing of local border restrictions by November, the event

Registered organ donors nearly 5,000

  The total number of registered organ donors in Macau was 4,978 people as of May 31 this year, according to data released by the deputy director of the Health Bureau

Tech | Chinese regulator halts Huya-Douyu game-streaming merger

China’s market regulator on Saturday blocked the merger of Tencent-backed game streaming platforms Douyu and Huya following an anti-monopoly investigation, as authorities ramp up scrutiny of some of the country’s

Canada judge won’t allow Huawei exec to submit new evidence

A Canadian judge has denied the request from a senior executive for Chinese communications giant Huawei Technologies to submit new evidence into her extradition hearing. “The application is denied,” said Associate

Leaders of North Korea, China vow to strengthen ties

The North Korean and Chinese leaders expressed their desire yesterday to further strengthen their ties as they exchanged messages marking the 60th anniversary of their countries’ defense treaty. In a message

Gov’t opposes US move to add Chinese entities to export control list

China is firmly opposed to the United States adding 23 Chinese entities to its “entity list” of export controls, a spokesperson for the Ministry of Commerce (MOC) said yesterday. The move,

Great Times | A Taste of Summer Extravagance

As the summer holidays take off, it is time for a myriad of gastronomic excitement with someone that feeds everyone’s appetite! From now until Aug 31, every Monday to

This day in history | 990 Yeltsin resignation splits Soviet Communists

The resignation has also led to a declaration from the small but influential radical reform group Democratic Platform that they would also break away. The split leaves Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev

Indonesia short on oxygen, seeks help as virus cases soar

Just two months ago, Indonesia was coming to a gasping India’s aid with thousands of tanks of oxygen. Today, the Southeast Asia country is running out of oxygen as it endures

Football | Messi pays his debt to Argentina with Copa America title

Argentina finally made Lionel Messi cry with joy. After losing four times in finals, early exits in major tournaments and even a decision to retire from the national team, the superstar

Osaka returns to spotlight on red carpet at The ESPYS

Naomi Osaka returned to the spotlight for the first time since withdrawing from the French Open in May and skipping Wimbledon, posing on the red carpet at The ESPYS yesterday. The

The Buzz | Syria’s president decrees 50% salary hike amid harsh crisis

Syrian President Bashar Assad issued a decree yesterday giving hundreds of thousands of civil servants and military members a 50% salary increase amid a harsh economic and financial crisis and

Tokyo Olympics | Spectators also barred from outlying venues

Two more prefectures outside the immediate Tokyo area have decided to bar fans from attending Olympic events because of rising coronavirus infections, Tokyo Olympic organizers confirmed on Saturday with the

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