Art Macao | Chinese culture shines through at MGM’s ‘Awakening’ art exhibition

MGM has brought together artists from China in a thematic art exhibition titled “Awakening” — a kaleidoscopic art journey through a cornucopia of Chinese contemporary art — to highlight the

Briefs | Group calls on gov’t to address Taipa falling window problem

  Nova Garden in Taipa has recorded two falling windows in the past week, posing significant risk to pedestrians in the area, a traditional residential neighborhood with regular foot traffic during

AL passes amendment on protection of national symbols

The Legislative Assembly (AL) has passed a bill amending laws on the use and protection of the national flag, emblem and anthem on the final reading. The bill aims to enforce

Implementation of national security law in HK reference for Macau: Security chief

The implementation of the in the national security law in neighboring Hong Kong serves as a reference for Macau, according to Wong Sio Chak, Secretary for Security. Wong spoke at a

Gov’t refutes criticism over Taipa pedestrian flyover defects

The Land, Public Works and Transport Bureau (DSSOPT) has refuted criticism coming from several sectors of society regarding alleged construction defects in Taipa’s recently opened pedestrian flyover. In a statement, the

Education bureau sees graduating students wary about overseas study

This year’s graduating students have shown greater reluctance to go abroad in pursuing further education, Kong Chi Meng, deputy director of the Education and Youth Development Bureau (DSEDJ) has said

Covid-19 | Booster shot ‘necessary,’ says health official

Early data from global studies indicate that even being fully vaccinated with two doses is insufficient in preventing infection and transmission with Covid-19. In light of this data, the government

Coastal flood prevention works wrapping up at Fai Chi Kei, Ilha Verde

The Land, Public Works and Transport Bureau (DSSOPT) has announced that the construction works building a coastal flood prevention barrier in Fai Chi Kei and Ilha Verde are concluding, with

Gov’t signs agreement with CCTV parent company

The China Media Group (CMG) has authorized the broadcast of two Olympic Games this year, as well as of celebratory programs of the Communist Party of China (CCP) in Macau. CMG

MGTO to promote wedding tourism

In future Macao Week campaigns, the Macao Government Tourism Office (MGTO) will place heavier emphasis on creative and wedding tourism, Director Maria Helena de Senna Fernandes has said. Macao Week is

Commissioner in HK says US bullying act of sanction to backfire

The office of the commissioner of the Chinese foreign ministry in the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR) has strongly disapproved and condemned the so-called “business advisory” issued by the

China, moving cautiously, starts carbon trading market

Chinese power companies bid for credits to emit carbon dioxide and other climate-changing gases as trading on the first national carbon exchange began Friday in a step meant to help

This day in history | 1983 Flesh-eating dinosaur resurrected

Group leader and head of the Dinosaur Department at the Natural History Museum Dr Alan Charig explained: “It is a totally new species of dinosaur. Even more important, this is

France | Thousands protest against vaccination, COVID passes

Over 100,000 people protested across France on Saturday against the government’s latest measures to push people to get vaccinated and curb rising infections by the delta variant of the coronavirus. In

F1 | Verstappen wins historic sprint race to stretch title lead

Max Verstappen out-dragged Lewis Hamilton at the start of Formula One’s experimental first sprint qualifying race to take the pole for the British Grand Prix and spoil the homecoming of

The Buzz | First positive COVID tests for athletes in Olympic Village

Two athletes living in the Olympic Village have tested positive for COVID-19, the first to do so with the Tokyo Games opening on Friday. Organizers confirmed the positive tests yesterday and

Europe flooding toll over 180 as rescuers dig deeper

The death toll from flooding in Western Europe climbed above 180 yesterday after rescue workers dug deeper into debris left by receding waters. Police put the toll from the hard-hit Ahrweiler

China Daily | Mutual respect key to understanding China’s achievements

How and why have China’s economy and national strength been growing at such a rapid pace over the past decades? As evidenced in the writings of many travelers who had the

Monday, July 19, 2021 – edition no. 3816

— The implementation of the national security law in Hong Kong serves as a reference for Macau, says Secretary Wong, adding that the bill perfected the principle of the ‘One

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