Local artist wins international bodypainting competition

Macau makeup artist Mandy Cheuk has won this year’s prestigious World Bodypainting Festival (WBF) in the category of Special Award – Rich Smokey Make-up. Cheuk, who has been working in Macau

Covid-19 | 1,430 share itineraries with Zhuhai’s case

As of 10 a.m. yesterday, 1,430 people had declared to the government that they shared some of the travel itinerary with Zhuhai’s new Covid-19 case from July 19 to 21.

Gaming | GGR on a downward trend last week: Bernstein

  The average daily gross gaming revenue from July 19 to July 25 was MOP257 million, 14% lower than the MOP300 million recorded the week prior, according to Sanford C. Bernstein

MICE hindered by Nanjing’s pandemic but expected to rebound

The surging number of Covid-19 cases in Nanjing is expected to have an impact on Macau’s meetings, incentives, conferences, and exhibitions (MICE) sector, but the industry will bounce back soon,

Studio City lists senior notes on local bond exchange

Studio City International Holdings Limited has announced the listing of 5% senior notes due in 2029 issued by its subsidiary, Studio City Finance Limited, on the Chongwa (Macao) Financial Asset

Tourism institute passes HACCP certification

  The Macao Institute for Tourism Studies’ (IFTM) Educational Restaurant has successfully passed the HACCP certification conducted by Hong Kong Quality Assurance Agency (HKQAA) in Macau on July 15. Implementing strict

4,300 local graduates to face greater difficulty in job seeking

The city will see around 4,300 fresh graduates become new entrants to the job market, according to the survey conducted by the General Association of Chinese Students of Macau (AECM). Compared

Leaders from tourism industries positive about summer holiday

Local tourism-related operators are remaining optimistic about the prospects for businesses during this summer holiday, despite two new Covid-19 cases reported in Zhuhai and Zhongshan last week and this week

SSM vows health code data will comply with data protection law

The “visit record” function of the Macau health code is under development. All data on residents’ visits will be encrypted and stored in their phones to comply with the Personal

GalaxyArt Gallery Unveiled to Support Local Arts and Cultural Development

Committed to fostering the development of arts and culture in Macau, Galaxy Entertainment Group (“GEG”) has supported various local arts and cultural activities aimed at enriching Macau’s appeal as a

Hong Kong | Guilty verdict in first trial under security law

The first person to be tried under Hong Kong’s sweeping national security law was found guilty of secessionism and terrorism yesterday in a ruling condemned by human rights activists. The Hong

British official’s remarks on South China Sea ‘disregard facts’: embassy

The Chinese Embassy in Britain yesterday voiced deep concern about and firm opposition to the recent remarks by a senior British official on the South China Sea as they disregard

Gov’t prosecutes 2,825 individuals for organized crime in H1

Chinese prosecutors filed lawsuits against 2,825 individuals involved in organized crime in the first half of this year, the country’s top procuratorate said yesterday. The Supreme People’s Procuratorate (SPP) said in

Henan Floods | Residents mourn drowned subway riders in central China

Residents laid bouquet after bouquet, the neatly tied yellow and white flowers standing on end, yesterday outside an entrance to a subway station in central China where 14 people died

This day in history | 1976 Chinese earthquake kills hundreds of thousands

Hundreds of thousands of people are feared dead following an 8.3 magnitude earthquake in China. The quake has virtually destroyed the city of Tangshan, north-east of Beijing, and Western sources believe

Philippine leader unabashedly threatens to kill drug dealers

Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte unabashedly renewed his threat to kill drug dealers in his final state of the nation speech on Monday, while defending his nonconfrontational approach in the country’s

Bitcoin jumps on speculation that Amazon considering crypto

Bitcoin’s price surged again yesterday after speculation that Amazon may be entering the cryptocurrency sector after it posted a job seeking a “digital currency and blockchain product lead.” Bitcoin jumped

Olympic outsider teams celebrate rare gold medals in Tokyo

The Tokyo Olympics have brought some unexpected gold medals for countries and teams which rarely, if ever, see their athletes on the podium. Here’s a look at some of the

Tokyo reports record virus cases days after Olympics begin

Japan’s capital, Tokyo, reported its highest number of new coronavirus infections yesterday, days after the Olympics began. Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga urged people to avoid non-essential outings, but said there

The Buzz | Thailand sends COVID-19 patients to hometowns by train

Authorities in Thailand began transporting some people who tested positive for the coronavirus from Bangkok to their hometowns yesterday for isolation and treatment to alleviate the burden on the capital’s

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