Macau neighborhood in Hengqin moving forward, completion in 2023

The plan to establish a pilot project of a Macau neighborhood in Hengqin that would link the two sides in terms of livelihood and other aspects of daily life is

Inflation rate rises for the first time since August 2020

The composite consumer price index (CPI) in July rose by 0.38% year-on-year, the first year-on-year growth seen since August 2020, according to data from the Statistics and Census Service (DSEC). The

Academic expects gambling industry hires, salary to remain low

An academic expects demand for new workers and salary levels in the gambling industry are likely to remain low, with the recovery and transformation of the industry set to take

Elections 2021 | NAT or vaccine mandatory for list speakers

The Legislative Assembly Electoral Affairs Commission (CAEAL) has issued the final guidelines for the election campaign, taking into account the restrictions imposed by Covid-19 prevention and control measures. Campaign activities will

IC cancels performances due to Covid-19 prevention measures

  The Cultural Affairs Bureau (IC) announced in a statement that it has canceled a series of events planned to take place at the end of the month and in September. In

Covid-19 | UK approves monoclonal antibody cocktails, SAR awaits safety data

Following attempts to prevent the rapid spread of Covid-19 and variants, and after global discussions on booster shots, the United Kingdom (UK) has approved an antibody cocktail Covid-19 jab developed

New rules require online takeaway food stores to register

A new Executive Regulation requires takeaway food sellers operating fully online to move out of non-commercial venues and register with the relevant authority, the Executive Council announced recently. The regulation will

Anima close to MOP800,000 goal following appeal

  Animal rights group Anima Macau has nearly reached its goal of raising MOP800,000 this month. Honorary president of the group, Albano Martins, said that they have raised a total of

Chinese team forced to use Plan B in Le Mans 24H

The Absolute Racing team for the legendary endurance race Le Mans 24H in France had to change their original team registration from China to Germany to take part in the

PSP apprehends yoga instructor without valid visa

  A woman from the mainland has been apprehended by the Public Security Police Force for working illegally in Macau. The woman, who is in her 30s and holds an SAR

Zhou Jiangyong | Top official in Hangzhou under investigation

  China’s ruling Communist Party is investigating the top official in the eastern tech and tourism hub of Hangzhou for what it called serious violations of discipline and law, usually considered

China allows couples third child amid demographic crisis

China will now allow couples to legally have a third child as it seeks to hold off a demographic crisis that could threaten its hopes of increased prosperity and global

Space | Mars rover soldiers on after completing program

China’s Zhurong Mars rover is soldiering on after completing its initial program to explore the red planet and search for frozen water that could provide clues as to whether it

China both worries and hopes as US departs Afghanistan

In the U.S. departure from Afghanistan, China has seen the realization of long-held hopes for a reduction of the influence of a geopolitical rival in what it considers its backyard. Yet,

‘Imbecilic’: Ex-UK leader Tony Blair slams Afghan withdrawal

Tony Blair, the British prime minister who deployed troops to Afghanistan 20 years ago after the 9/11 attacks, says the U.S. decision to withdraw from the country has “every Jihadist

This day in history | 1990 Outrage at Iraqi TV hostage show

Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein has appeared on state television with western hostages, provoking a storm of outrage. Saddam told the group of more than a dozen mainly British people they had

Crimean Tatars bemoan their plight as Ukraine hosts summit

Erfan Kudusov fled Crimea with his wife and four children after Russia’s annexation of Ukraine’s Black Sea peninsula in 2014, along with many other Crimean Tatars who resented Moscow’s rule. For

Football | EPL: Grealish nets first goal for 5-star City, Liverpool wins again

Man City 5, Norwich 0 Jack Grealish closed his eyes, looked toward the sky, and stuck his index fingers into his ears. A goal celebration most famously performed by Netherlands star Memphis

The Buzz | Josephine Baker first Black woman to get Paris burial honor

The remains of American-born singer and dancer Josephine Baker will be reinterred at the Pantheon monument in Paris, making the entertainer who is a World War II hero in France

Israel strikes Gaza after violent protests along border

Israel’s military bombed Palestinian militant weapons sites in the Gaza Strip yesterday in response to a violent demonstration on the perimeter fence that left an Israeli police officer critically injured,

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