Buoyed visitation expected at Sands Shopping Carnival

Sands China Ltd kicked off the 2021 Sands Shopping Carnival on July 23. The group’s president Wilfred Wong expects the three-day retail mega-festival to have concluded with high visitation. Given the

Sands China positive about summer holiday despite Zhongshan’s Covid-19 case

President of Sands China Ltd Wilfred Wong is expecting a further uptick in the group’s business during the summer holiday — with the average occupancy rate among all properties projected

Art Macao | Creative City Pavilion celebrates gastronomy, design, art and literature

The Art Macao: Macao International Art Biennale 2021 continues to inject fresh creativity into Macau’s culture, with a new exhibition “Macao: City of Gastronomy - Bon Appétit!” It is one

Covid-19 | Delta variant in 59th case

Macau recorded a case of the highly contagious Delta variant of Covid-19 after a 31-year-old local resident, who arrived from Germany on Saturday, tested positive for the variant. The resident is

Covid-19 | People in their 40’s have the highest vaccination rate

People between ages 40 and 49 years old are accountable for 66.4% of all local inoculations with Covid-19 vaccines, statistics released by the Novel Coronavirus Response and Coordination Center show. According

Ho Iat Seng to attend AL plenary Aug. 10

  Chief Executive (CE) Ho Iat Seng is set to attend a plenary session of the Legislative Assembly (AL) on August 10 to answer lawmakers’ questions on government policy and social

Covid-19 | Four people suspected of close contact with infection case in Zhongshan

A total of four people, including three residents and one non-resident worker, are suspected to be close contacts with a 23-year-old woman found to be infected with Covid-19 in the

BritCham Macau restores eco-committee for greener initiatives

Celebrating its 15th anniversary, the British Chamber of Commerce in Macao (BritCham Macao) has relaunched its Environmental Committee, BritCham Macao’s chairman Keith Buckley said. The entity held a cocktail reception to

Office affirms China will take countermeasures against foreign bullying

A Chinese government spokesperson on Saturday said that any bullying sanction taken will meet harsh countermeasures. The spokesperson for the Hong Kong and Macao Affairs Office of the State Council expressed

Xi visits Tibet, stressing ‘lasting stability, high-quality development’

Chinese leader Xi Jinping has stressed fully implementing the guidelines of the Communist Party of China (CPC) for governing Tibet in a new era and writing a new chapter of

Tech | Tencent ordered to end exclusive music contracts

Internet giant Tencent was ordered by regulators to end exclusive contracts with music copyright holders, adding to increased enforcement of anti-monopoly and other rules as Beijing tightens control over booming

Typhoon In-fa hits east coast, canceling flights

Typhoon In-fa hit China’s east coast south of Shanghai yesterday after people living near the sea were evacuated, airline flights and trains were canceled and the public was ordered to

Gov’t sends supplies to flooded area, rebuilds barriers

Trucks carrying water and food yesterday streamed into a Chinese city at the center of flooding that killed at least 63 people, while soldiers laid sandbags to fill gaps in

SANDS CHINA NEWS | Sands China’s Innovative ‘Beyond the Blue’ Ceramics Exhibition Now Open – Free to Public

Sands China’s Project Sands X: Beyond the Blue – An Exhibition of Ceramic Extraordinaire is now open at The Venetian Macao, 10 a.m.-10 p.m. daily until Oct. 31, as one

Man in central China survives three days in flooded garage

A man in central China was rescued after spending three days trapped in a flooded underground garage following torrential rains, while at least four bodies were found after a traffic

This day in history | 1986 Branson on course for Blue Riband

Entrepreneur Richard Branson has set off on his second attempt to claim the transatlantic crossing record for Britain. Mr Branson and his team left New York at dawn on their 72

Thousands march in Hungary Pride parade to oppose LGBT law

Rising anger over the policies of Hungary’s right-wing government filled the streets of the country’s capital on Saturday as thousands of LGBT supporters marched in the annual Budapest Pride parade. March

Covid-19 | Thousands protest lockdown in Sydney, several arrested

Thousands of people took to the streets of Sydney and other Australian cities on Saturday to protest lockdown restrictions amid another surge in cases, and police made several arrests after

A first-ever gold – and a lesson – in Olympic skateboarding

Had the first-ever Olympic skateboarding champion ridden his board out of the venue where he made history Sunday at the Tokyo Games, he quickly would have come face-to-face with clear

The Buzz | Pope honors grandparents on first World Day for elderly

Pope Francis celebrated the Roman Catholic Church’s first World Day for Grandparents and the Elderly yesterday. Francis solicited a round of applause from the faithful in St. Peter’s Square and urged

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