Milley defends calls to Chinese at end of Trump presidency

The top U.S. military officer told Congress that he knew former President Donald Trump wasn’t planning to attack China and that it was his job to reassure the Chinese of

Animal Farm | Economy, where are you and where are you going?

  1. Deflation (measured by the average change in CPI over 12 months, and which is nothing more than negative inflation) started in March this year and has worsened monthly, until

Thursday, September 30, 2021 – edition no. 3868

— Ho Iat Seng said that if no new Covid-19 cases are detected today, the quarantine to enter Zhuhai from Macau will likely be lifted at the strike of midnight *

THE CONVERSATION | Sinopharm and Sinovac vaccines: How effective are they?

John Hart Clinical researcher, Murdoch Children’s Research Institute Fiona Russell Senior Principal Research Fellow; pediatrician; infectious diseases epidemiologist, The University of Melbourne In June, China reached a milestone of having administered more than one

Neighborhoods of three new cases placed under yellow zone

The neighborhoods near the residences of Macau’s latest three Covid-19 patients will only be classified as yellow zones not red zones, pulmonologist Alvis Lo, director of the Health Bureau (SSM),

Covid-19 | MGTO, SSM discuss possibility of violation

Further evaluation is needed to decide whether the quarantine hotel will be penalized following the discovery of new cases on the premises, Liz Lam Tong Hou, head of Public Relations

Tested residents receive text messages to take the NAT

  Some re According to sources, the individuals have received a message noting that they haven’t been tested and demanding that they go to a paid nucleic acid test station. “Since you have

Briefs | Over 450 in temporary shelter

  From September 25 to midday of yesterday, 454 residents were housed in the Temporary Shelter of Social Welfare Bureau located at Rua Leste da Ilha Verde, Edifício do Bairro da

CE receives flag of National Games

The Chief Executive Ho Iat Seng has received the flag of the National Games of China, as a symbol of Macau’s role as co-host of the 15th National Games in

Unemployment rate at 3.7%

The general unemployment rate for June-August 2021 was 2.8% and the unemployment rate for local residents was 3.7%, down by 0.1 and 0.2 percentage points respectively from the previous period

IC cancels upcoming performances amid new outbreak

The Cultural Affairs Bureau (IC) has cancelled various arts and cultural performances, including “The Butterfly Lovers,” since the performing groups are unable to visit the region due to the impact

China, NATO officials discuss Afghanistan, regional tensions

China’s top diplomat has held a virtual meeting with NATO’s chief to discuss the situation in Afghanistan, amid longstanding disagreements between Beijing and the U.S.-led alliance over regional policies. The Chinese

Japan elections | Next PM must work quickly on virus, economy, China

The stakes are high as Japanese governing party members vote today for four candidates seeking to replace Yoshihide Suga as prime minister. The next leader must address a pandemic-battered economy,

American siblings return home after China lifts exit ban

A pair of American siblings have returned home after China lifted an exit ban following Canada’s release of a top Chinese tech executive who had been wanted in the U.S.

This day in history | 1978 Catholics mourn Pope’s death

Courtesy BBC News In context Two weeks later the conclave elected the first Polish pope - Karol Wojtyla, who took the name John Paul II. A whiff of conspiracy hung over

North Korea launches missile as diplomat decries US policy

North Korea fired a short-range missile into the sea yesterday at nearly the same moment its U.N. diplomat was decrying the U.S.’s “hostile policy” against it, in an apparent return

Markets | Asia shares mostly fall on China energy, Evergrande worries

Asian shares mostly fell yesterday as concerns about China chipped away at investor optimism following a mixed finish on Wall Street. Japan’s benchmark Nikkei 225 lost 0.3% to 30,139.65. Australia’s S&P/ASX

JW Marriott, The Ritz-Carlton present oceanic feasts

Enjoy dinner and a show during Golden Week at Urban Kitchen with live seafood cutting every night between October 1 to 8 at 7:30 p.m. Tuna is the star of

Sands Resorts participates in Macao Week in Sichuan

Sands Resorts Macao participated in the “Macao Week in Sichuan-Chengdu” from Sept. 23 to 27, introducing The Londoner Macao to local residents enthusiastic to learn more about the British-themed integrated resort. The mega

Rugby | Springboks forced to change two for second meeting with NZ

South Africa made two injury-enforced changes to its 23 for a second meeting with New Zealand in the Rugby Championship as coach Jacques Nienaber indicated the Springboks would continue with

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