Big read: Far-right cryptocurrency follows ideology across borders

The Daily Stormer website advocates for the purity of the white race, posts hate-filled, conspiratorial screeds against Blacks, Jews and women and has helped inspire at least three racially motivated

Three new Covid-19 cases detected

Following the 68th case announce early this morning, the SAR government just announced that the city has recorded the 69th and 70th case. All three new cases are security guards working

Second mass testing comes to close without new cases

The second citywide mass testing for Covid-19 is due to come to an end by 3 p.m. today. So far, all people tested have delivered negative results, the director of

Briefs | MUST signs memoranda with Chinese institute

  The professors, teachers and graduate students of various research institutes of Macau University of Science and Technology (MUST) recently held an academic exchange meeting with a delegation from the China

Class suspension not directly related to new Covid-19 cases

The order from the government to suspend classes in local schools and university institutions is not due to fears of contagion in those institutions, the deputy director of the Education

Covid-19 | New case detected in quarantine; raises tally to 67

Yesterday, Macau recorded a Covid-19 infection, the director of the Health Bureau (SSM), Dr. Alvis Lo, informed yesterday during the Novel Coronavirus Response and Coordination Center press briefing. According to Lo,

Property | October is the determinant of overall transactions: Centaline

If the city’s performance in October is strong, the property market may see an overturn since August, Roy Ho, senior director of Centaline Property in Macau and Hengqin of Zhuhai,

National Games | Pun: Athletes set example for young people

As two swimmers representing the Macau Special Administrative Region exerted themselves in the preliminary contest of the women’s 50m freestyle swimming at China’s 14th National Games on Saturday, Pun Weng

JP Morgan: Gaming sector currently ‘un-investable’

The city’s gaming sector could stay “un-investable” until clarity is given on the next concessions, brokerage JP Morgan noted. A note by its analysts DS Kim, Amanda Cheng, and Livy Lyu,

Gaming | Public consultation cancelled

The first public consultation session for the city’s gaming law, which was meant to be held today, will be cancelled due to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic crisis. Over the weekend, the

Crime | Fossil smuggling busted by Gongbei Customs

Gongbei Customs confirmed that a batch of recently confiscated cargo contained fossils of ancient organisms. The two fossil pieces were disguised as a batch of cross-boundary e-business cargo. They were discovered

Sands China-SMEs partnerships remain strong | Sands China partners with local supplier for excellence in hygiene and sanitization

Being the largest integrated resort operator in Macau, Sands China applies strict standards when selecting suppliers. Sun Fu Lon Trading, a local enterprise operating in Macau for more than 20 years,

Two Canadians in prisoner swap freed for health reasons: Beijing

Two Canadians detained in late 2019 who were allowed to return to Canada in a prisoner swap were released on bail for health reasons, China’s Foreign Ministry said yesterday. A ministry

Australia | Indigenous wants early pension due to short lives

An Aboriginal man is taking Australia’s government to court to argue that Indigenous people should have access to their pensions earlier than other Australians because their life expectancy is years

Japan | Princess’s fiancé returns for delayed marriage

Japanese Princess Mako’s fiancé returned to Japan yesterday for their marriage, which was suspended for more than three years because of a financial dispute involving his mother. Kei Komuro, 29, arrived

Thailand | Monsoon rain may worsen floods, Bangkok prepares

Seasonal monsoon rains may worsen flooding that has already badly affected about a third of Thailand, officials said yesterday as flood gates and pumping stations were being used to reduce

This day in history | 2000 ‘Provocative’ mosque visit sparks riots

Palestinians and Israeli police have clashed in the worst violence for several years at Jerusalem’s holiest site, the compound around Al-Aqsa mosque. The violence began after a highly controversial tour of

Germany | Social Democrats narrowly beat Merkel’s bloc in vote

Germany’s center-left Social Democrats won the biggest share of the vote in a national election Sunday, narrowly beating outgoing Chancellor Angela Merkel ‘s center-right Union bloc in a closely fought

Manufacturing | China’s factories, households grapple with power cuts

Global shoppers face possible shortages of smartphones and other goods ahead of Christmas after power cuts to meet official energy use targets forced Chinese factories to shut down and left

MGM Macau to switch to natural gas

With half of natural gas main pipelines on Macau Peninsula in place and to further support the government’s call for a wider adoption of natural gas, MGM announced that its

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