Gov’t to shore up preservation of intangible heritage

The Cultural Affairs Bureau (IC) has vowed that authorities will soon step up efforts to preserve and publicize the city’s heritage listings under the fifth batch of the National Intangible

Macao Orchestra | 2021-22 Concert Season to open in September

Macau will see a strong line-up of renowned musicians performing classical music at the Macao Orchestra 2021-22 Concert Season in September. The Macao Orchestra season is organized by the Cultural Affairs

12TH IIICF | Forum sees increase of business meetings

A total of 203 business meetings took place during the 12th International Infrastructure Investment and Construction Forum (IIICF), an increase of 10% compared to the previous edition of IIICF. 53% of the

Covid-19 | Zhuhai’s new case puts SAR at higher contagion risk, SSM warns

Given a new covid-19 case reported in Zhuhai yesterday, the contagion risk for Macau is bound to be higher, with new local cases likely to pop up in Macau anytime,

Covid-19 | Health Bureau strives to reduce NAT cost

In a written reply to lawmaker Song Pek Kei’s question, the Health Bureau (SSM) indicated that the SAR Government has been actively negotiating with third-party organizations to adjust the fee

Crime | Illegal immigrant keeps lost handbag, prompts a series of crime accusations

A 40-year-old man from the mainland has been caught by police on suspicion of having illegally appropriated a handbag he found unattended at a convenience shop, the Public Security Police

Portuguese School in administration revamp keeps Heads until 2024

Currently preparing for several structural changes, the Macau Portuguese School (EPM) has chosen to keep most of the faces of its current leadership unchanged. Manuel Machado and Zélia Mieiro, president (Principal)

Crime | Three scammed in online private loan scheme

Three people in Macau have fallen victim to a supposed money lending scheme, promoted on social media platforms, that turned out to be a scam, the Judiciary Police (PJ) reported

Wine-pairing event to feature Californian wines

A wine-paring event that features a fine selection of American wines from the state of California will be held August 7, serving 21 labels from signature wine regions of California,

Elections 2021 | Defense for disqualified candidates claims CAEAL violated Basic Law

The appeal submitted by the defense for 15 disqualified candidates from the Legislative Assembly (AL) elections to the Court of Final Appeal (TUI) claims the Legislative Assembly Electoral Affairs Commission

Tokyo 2020 | Brits win 10M synchro, no golden sweep for China’s divers

Tom Daley’s husband already has an impressive prize on display at their house. Now, Daley can add an Olympic gold medal to the collection. Daley and Matty Lee of Britain narrowly

Gov’t calls US policy ‘misguided’ in high-level talks

China came out swinging at high-level face-to-face talks with the United States yesterday, blaming the U.S. for a “stalemate” in bilateral relations and calling on America to change “its highly

Typhoon blows across Shanghai, fills city roads with water

A typhoon blew heavy rain across the Shanghai region yesterday, filling roads and low-lying areas with water and felling billboards and signs on its second landfall in eastern China. Flights and

This day in history | 1996 Bomb rocks Atlanta Olympics

A bomb has exploded at a crowded concert in Atlanta, Georgia, the city hosting this year’s Olympic Games. Two people are reported to have been killed and firefighting officials say as

UN: Women, children casualties on the rise in Afghanistan

More women and children were killed and wounded in Afghanistan in the first half of 2021 than in the first six months of any year since the United Nations began

Russian PM visits Pacific islands claimed by Japan

Russia’s prime minister yesterday visited Pacific islands claimed by Japan, a move that brought a protest from Tokyo, and said the government is considering setting up a special economic zone

Airports in the US West dealing with shortage of jet fuel

A shortage of jet fuel, coupled with supply chain issues and an urgent demand from firefighting aircraft, continues to cause problems at airports around the West. In Nevada, state and federal

Aviation | Israeli airlines launch first direct flights to Morocco

Two Israeli airlines launched their first commercial flights between Israel and Morocco on Sunday, less than a year after the countries officially normalized relations. Israir’s flight departed Tel Aviv for Marrakech

Tech | China launches 6-month campaign to clean up apps

China’s industry ministry has announced a six-month campaign to clean up what it says are serious problems with internet apps violating consumer rights, cyber security and “disturbing market order.” The Ministry

Pandemic Olympics endured heat, and now a typhoon’s en route

First, the sun. Now: the wind and the rain. The Tokyo Olympics, delayed by the pandemic and opened under oppressive heat, are due for another hit of nature’s power: a typhoon

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