International Trade Fair between China and Brazil continuing in online format

Beginning on August 30 and running until September 16, the International Trade Fair between China and Brazil is currently underway, making use of virtual tools to connect buyers and sellers

Elections2021 | CAEAL warns lists about unlawful campaigning behavior

The warning came after the CAEAL was made aware of several campaign activities that breached their regulations — namely the placing of electoral propaganda posters in private buildings and shops,

SSM appeals for attention to youth mental health

The Health Bureau (SSM) has appealed to the public to pay greater attention to the mental health of the city’s youth, following the death of a 16-year-old student last week. In

China issues plan for building Guangdong-Macau cooperation zone in Hengqin

China’s central authorities have issued a general plan for building a Guangdong-Macau in-depth cooperation zone in Hengqin. The plan, issued by the Communist Party of China Central Committee and the State

928 Challenge | First start-up competition between China and Portuguese-speaking countries to kick off October

In October this year, Macau will organize the first ever start-up competition dedicated to bringing together university students from China and Portuguese-speaking countries. The competition, which will have a theme of

Broad money supply continues to fall in July

Macau’s broad money supply decreased 0.7% month-on-month to MOP690.2 billion in July with a stable share of patacas, the Special Administrative Region’s monetary watchdog announced on Friday. According to statistics released

Entrants from parts of Guangzhou to be quarantined upon arrival

  The Novel Coronavirus Response and Coordination Center has announced that entrants to Macau who were on Jianshe Street in the Yuexiu District of Guangzhou, capital of Guangdong province of China,

Removal of Portuguese stones from St. Lazarus District streets sparks public concerns

The Municipal Affairs Bureau (IAM) has removed Portuguese stones along the slope next to the Albergue. The process did not generate much noise initially, but when residents and netizens began

Hong Kong | Group behind Tiananmen vigil denies foreign ties

The group behind the annual Tiananmen Square memorial vigil in Hong Kong said yesterday it will not cooperate with police conducting a national security investigation into the group’s activities, calling

Create a Better Tomorrow Today | MGM Extends its Craftsmanship Training Series to Promote Talent Development in Lingnan Culinary

Recognizing the importance of nurturing and passing on of the craftmanship to promote  cultural tourism, MGM, the Guangdong Federation of Trade Union and Macau Federation of Trade Unions

Lithuania recalls Beijing ambassador over Taiwan spat

Lithuania this weekend recalled its ambassador to China following the Baltic country’s decision in July to allow self-governing Taiwan to open an office in its capital under its own name. The

This day in history | 1997 Diana’s funeral watched by millions

Britain and the world have said farewell to Diana, Princess of Wales, at the end of an unprecedented week of mourning. A four mile procession brought her coffin to Westminster Abbey,

New Zealand | Extremist stayed in the country despite immigration fraud

The Islamic State-inspired extremist who attacked shoppers in a New Zealand supermarket had been fighting deportation for immigration fraud, leaving the nation’s leader expressing frustration at the process. The new details

India | Kashmir leader’s family charged under anti-terror law

Police in Indian-controlled Kashmir charged family members of late resistance leader Syed Ali Geelani under a harsh anti-terror law for raising anti-India slogans and wrapping his body in the Pakistani

Football | World Cup Qualifiers: France held at Ukraine; Denmark stays perfect in qualifying

Ukraine 1, France 1 Reigning champion France missed the injured Kylian Mbappé in a 1-1 draw at Ukraine in World Cup qualifying yesterday but still stayed atop Europe Group D. Mykola

The Buzz | Prince Charles’ ex-aide quits charity role amid honor claims

A former close aide to Prince Charles stepped down temporarily from his role as chief executive of a royal charity amid reports that he helped secure an honor for a

Climate change | More sharks, rays threatened with extinction: Report

The world’s sharks and rays have seen declines in their populations since 2014 and more and more are now threatened with extinction, according to a new red list released this

China Daily | New exchange will better serve innovation

  In his remarks via video links at the Global Trade in Services Summit on Thursday as part of this year’s China International Fair for Trade in Services, President Xi Jinping

Monday, September 6, 2021 – edition no. 3851

— China has issued a master plan for building a Guangdong-Macau in-depth cooperation zone in Hengqin that aims to boost Macau’s economic diversification * Removal of Portuguese stones from St. Lazarus

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