STATEMENT | US origins tracing of Covid-19 by intelligence community harmful

Firstly, origins tracing by the US intelligence community of COVID-19 sets a bad precedent of politicizing virus origins tracing. Origins tracing of COVID-19 is a complex issue of science. It

Gaming | Casino revenue records steep drop of 47% in August

The Macau SAR’s gross gaming revenue (GGR) plummeted to MOP4.44 billion in August, a drop of 47.4% from last month’s figures, according to data provided by the casino regulator. In July,

Industry concerned that elevator bill may be unfeasible

Certain stakeholders in the elevator industry are concerned that the government’s proposal to adopt European Union standards may be unworkable in Macau, where Chinese-made elevators are prevalent. The industry has suggested

Paul Pun steps down as principal of Brito School

Yesterday, Secretary-General of Caritas Macau Paul Pun stepped down as principal of St. John de Brito School after 30 years of leading the Catholic school. Currently, Pun remains a legal representative

Girl found dead after fall

A girl is believed to have climbed from the laundry window in her home and fallen to her death yesterday morning, the Judiciary Police (PJ) announced yesterday. She was pronounced dead

Elections2021 | CAEAL receives four complaints, two already referred for investigation

The Legislative Assembly Electoral Affairs Commission (CAEAL) has confirmed that it has received four complaints concerning alleged electoral irregularities since the election campaign started, the president of CAEAL, Tong Hio

Elections2021 | People undergoing quarantine still able to vote

  Registered voters who are currently undergoing or who may enter a period of mandatory medical observation in quarantine in local hotels will be able to vote in the forthcoming Legislative

Crime | Man apprehended for assaulting police, gluing neighbors’ keyholes

The case was reported yesterday at the regular police press briefing by both the Public Security Police Force (PSP) and the Judiciary Police (PJ). Both forces were called to the

US envoy Kerry due to talk on climate with Chinese officials

Chinese and U.S. officials plan to talk this week about reducing pollution by the world’s two largest economies — an area of potential cooperation between two governments whose relations are

Top Hong Kong singer loses concert venue amid crackdown

A popular Hong Kong singer and pro-democracy activist will not be allowed to perform at one of the city’s top theaters later this month, in an indication that a crackdown

This day in history | 1945 Japan signs unconditional surrender

Japanese officials have signed the act of unconditional surrender, finally bringing to an end six years of world war. In the presence of 50 Allied generals and other officials, the Japanese

Afghanistan | Biden defends departure from ‘forever war,’ praises airlift

A defensive President Joe Biden called the U.S. airlift to extract more than 120,000 Americans, Afghans and other allies from Afghanistan to end a 20-year war an “extraordinary success,” though

Automaker | US asks Tesla how Autopilot responds to emergency vehicles

The U.S. government’s highway safety agency wants detailed information on how Tesla’s Autopilot system detects and responds to emergency vehicles parked on highways. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration made the

Analysis | Mbappe’s non-transfer shows where soccer power lies

The deal that didn’t happen best defines the landscape of European football after a summer transfer window that saw unexpected moves by Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo. Kylian Mbappé will remain

The Buzz | Spain announces 107 arrests in major marijuana raids in July

More than 100 people were arrested when police in Spain busted an illegal drug ring this summer, Europol said yesterday. The European policing authority said that the arrests occurred on July

OMG! | Pope inadvertently quotes Putin to chide West’s Afghan war

Pope Francis has criticized the West’s two-decade-long involvement in Afghanistan as an outsider’s attempt to impose democracy — although he did it by citing Russia’s Vladimir Putin while thinking he

China Daily | Climate collaboration should not be venue for geopolitical rivalry

  US Special Presidential Envoy for Climate John Kerry’s visit to China from Tuesday to Friday has both symbolic and substantial meaning, as the wide attention it is receiving around the

Thursday, September 2, 2021 – edition no. 3849

  * Cold play — Casino revenue records steep drop of 47% in the heat of August * Paul Pun steps down as principal of Brito School * Stakeholders in the elevator industry worry

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