No FIA events for this year’s Macau Grand Prix

The Formula 3 World Cup, GT World Cup and final round of the WTCR – FIA World Touring Car Cup will not take place during this year’s Macau Grand Prix

July visitors rebounded 49% m-o-m

Macau saw a total of 789,407 visitor arrivals in July, a rise of 49.4% month-on-month (m-o-m). This followed a plunge in numbers last month, according to data from the Statistics

Sheraton Grand, The St. Regis reopen recreational facilities

The Sheraton Grand Macao and The St. Regis Macao are set to reopen their swimming pools and fitness clubs today, the properties announced in a statement. Due to the Delta cases

Singapore lifts quarantine for travelers from Macau, Hong Kong

Singapore is slated to lift its border restrictions for visitors from Hong Kong and Macau. Travelers will be able to apply for entry to the country as early as August

Pereira Coutinho evaluates AL term, forecasts upcoming challenges

Candidate for the Legislative Assembly (AL) 2021 elections José Pereira Coutinho has presented an evaluation of the AL’s work over the past four years in a specially organized press conference

Crime increased 26% during the first half of 2021

The number of crimes reported in Macau during the first half of this year (H1) rose by 26.1%, official statistics released yesterday by the Secretariat for Security show. Topping the list

Reopened shopping district sees few shoppers

Vendors at the reopened San Kio shopping district are struggling to get shoppers through the door, given the area’s recent cordoning off by health authorities due to disease control operations. The

Covid-19 | Footprint records on health code soon to become reality

A footprint tracing function, endorsed by the Personal Data Protection Office, will likely be introduced to the Health Code system soon, Dr Leong Iek Hou, coordinator of the Center for

Crime | Two injured in Toi San stabbing

A man and a woman were injured by another man at a residential building in Toi San yesterday morning. A credible source told the Times that the families of the suspect

Beijing pushes adoption of language, cultural symbols in Tibet

A top Chinese official said yesterday that “all-round efforts” are needed to ensure Tibetans speak standard spoken and written Chinese and share the “cultural symbols and images of the Chinese

Hong Kong | Police seize meth, heroin worth USD25 million

Hong Kong police said yesterday that they seized 195 million Hong Kong dollars ($25 million) worth of illegal drugs as part of a monthslong investigation, the largest seizure of the

State firms invest in TikTok sibling, Weibo chat app

The Chinese government has made investments in two of the nation’s most significant technology firms — ByteDance, the Chinese company that owns global video app TikTok, and Weibo, China’s version

This day in history | 1992 Iraq jails ‘lost’ Briton

Iraq has sentenced a British man to seven years in jail for what it called “illegal entry” into the country. Paul Ride, a catering manager from east London, was working in

Afghanistan | People protest Taliban in emerging challenge to their rule

Afghan protesters defied the Taliban for a second day yesterday, waving their national flag in scattered demonstrations that were met with renewed violence by the militants who are facing growing

Book It | ‘Baby Girl’ about Aaliyah is a singer’s tragic tale

R&B singer Aaliyah is best known for two events that bookended her career: becoming involved with infamous singer R. Kelly as a teen, and the tragic plane crash that ended

LIFESTYLE | Silky summer skin 

This summer, Aesop is launching a skin-supportive daily-use serum for city dwellers. Central to the anti-oxidant-rich Parsley Seed Skin Care range, Parsley Seed Anti-Oxidant Intense Serum is formulated to hydrate

TASTE OF EDESIA | A buffet unlike any other

The Grand Buffet, once Macau’s most popular buffet restaurant with the longest buffet line at Grand Lisboa, is now back at the Grand Lisboa Palace. Featuring a reinterpreted Asian marketplace

Macau Racing Tips | The Penglai Pavilion 1350 Metres Sand 2021-08-20 | Fri | 20:15

Military Strongman was so unlucky in his last sand start, he raced all the way without cover and at the concluding stages his jockey asked for his response and he

World Views | Viral questions on Covid

  What is being done to distribute COVID-19 vaccines globally? Several groups are working to get shots to poor countries, but they’re falling far short of what’s needed to curb outbreaks around

Friday, August 20, 2021 – edition no. 3840

— Singapore lifts quarantine for travelers from the SARs, but Macau gov’t doesn’t reciprocate * No FIA events for this year’s Macau Grand Prix * Coutinho’s big question presenting electoral platform — “I

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