Macau to host GBA 3×3 basketball event in October

In October, Macau will see a large-scale basketball event added to the local annual calendar of major sports events, organizers announced at a press conference yesterday. The FIBA 3x3 Macao Masters

Elections 2021 | Several justifications for disqualification of candidates revealed

The long-serving incumbent lawmaker, António Ng Kuok Cheong, who has been disqualified from running in the coming Legislative Assembly (AL) election, yesterday published on his social media account some excerpts

Elections 2021 | Central gov’t offices show support to CAEAL’s decision

The Macau government and the two governmental offices of China in Macau have expressed their support for the disqualification of 21 candidates in the upcoming parliamentary election. The Hong Kong and

Gov’t to fast-track Yat Yuen Canidrome redevelopment

The Education and Youth Development Bureau (DSEDJ) has confirmed in a written reply that the authorities will expedite plans to overhaul the land plot containing the Macau Yat Yuen Canidrome

MUST Computer Science in the ESI’s top 1%

The Macau University of Science Technology (MUST) has entered the top 1% with its computer science subject in the Essential Science Indicators (ESI) category, the university announced in a statement. The

Trial of cross-border Trade Single Window starts today

The Trade Single Window (TSW), which offers a more convenient platform designed to accelerate the customs cleaarance for goods by China’s export enterprises and Macau’s import enterprises, has begun its

Lisboeta to premiere two new attractions in the city

The Lisboeta Macau will open part of its development, which will include two ideas completely new to Macau, to cater to both local residents and tourists this coming Saturday. This coming

Police bust Health Code fraud syndicate

  A gang that fakes Health Codes to enable border crossing between Macau and Zhuhai has recently been apprehended, the Judiciary Police (PJ) announced yesterday. According to the police, this is the

Gov’t slams Yellen’s call for US-European ‘unified front’

China on Tuesday denounced an appeal by Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen for a U.S.-European “unified front” against Chinese “unfair economic practices” and human rights abuses. “China strongly deplores and rejects Treasury

Covid-19 | Xi says China to keep boosting vaccine, medical cooperation with Barbados

China will continue to strengthen vaccine, medical cooperation with Barbados and help the country win the battle against the COVID-19 pandemic at an early date, Chinese President Xi Jinping said

Tech | Gov’t tightens control over cybersecurity in data crackdown

Tech experts in China who find a weakness in computer security would be required to tell the government and couldn’t sell that knowledge under rules further tightening the Communist Party’s

This day in history | 1997 Versace murdered on his doorstep

Italian fashion designer Gianni Versace has been shot dead on the steps of his Miami mansion. The incident happened shortly before 0900 local time (1400 GMT) as the 50-year-old designer returned

US | Covid-19 cases rising again, doubling over three weeks

The COVID-19 curve in the U.S. is rising again after months of decline, with the number of new cases per day doubling over the past three weeks, driven by the

EU to unveil tough climate rules, with tax on foreign firms

The European Union yesterday unveiled sweeping new legislation to help meet its pledge to cut emissions of the gases that cause global warming by 55% over this decade, including a

Aviation | American Airlines forecasts better-than-expected 2Q results

American Airlines said Tuesday it expects to report roughly break-even results for the second quarter thanks to $1.4 billion in special items, mostly federal pandemic aid that covered most of

Sands China enhances disaster and pandemic prevention efforts

Sands China Ltd. is strengthening its disaster and pandemic prevention programme in collaboration with Macau Red Cross in light of the particularly severe typhoons that have hit Macau in recent years and

MGM and Macau Hotel Association organize talent development symposium

MGM recently joined hands with Macau Hotel Association (MHA) to host the “Talent Development of Hotel Industry in Greater Bay Area” symposium at the 9th Macao International Travel Expo (MITE). Scholars and

China sending more than 400 athletes to Tokyo Olympics

China will send 431 athletes to the Tokyo Games as part of a 777-member delegation, its largest at an Olympics outside China, the official Xinhua News Agency said Wednesday. The team

Manny Pacquiao announces Aug. 21 fight with Errol Spence Jr

Manny Pacquiao and Errol Spence Jr. formally announced Sunday that they will fight Aug. 21 in a bout pitting an eight-division world champion against one of the sport’s most dominant

The Buzz | Retired police officers protest in Ukraine’s capital

A crowd of retired police officers tried to storm Ukraine’s parliament yesterday and blocked several streets in the capital, Kyiv, during a protest demanding higher pensions. Former police officers rammed through

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