Konstantin Bessmertny | Exhibition showcases art that transports viewers to another reality

With the pandemic causing the closure of borders and mandatory quarantine once more returning to the city, the yearning to voyage has been intensified. Macau-based Russian artist Konstantin Bessmertny, who has

Gaming | Worst ever October GGR due to travel halt 

Macau has just seen its worst gross gaming revenue (GGR) for October – typically the highest month of gaming revenues – due to the string of Covid-19 cases in the

TOURISM | Visitor arrivals hit nearly 60,500 in two days

Macau has seen a steady recovery in visitor arrivals in recent days, particularly on Friday where tourists arrivals hit 30,501, the highest figure since the string of Covid-19 cases in

ATFPM: Casinos should pay for LRT, Islands Hospital, cash handouts

The six gaming concessionaires should take responsibility for the payment of the big expenses held by the Macau government, the president of the Macau Civil Servants Association (ATFPM), José Pereira

Pereira Coutinho criticizes proposed Trade Union law as ‘limbless and authoritarian’

The lawmaker, who in the past has unsuccessfully submitted several bills to the Legislative Assembly (AL) on the matter, says that the proposal now being presented by the government is

Lawmaker calls CE for another financial support measure

José Pereira Coutinho, lawmaker and president of the Macau Civil Servants Association (ATFPM), is calling for additional and augmented financial support measures for local residents, in the government Policy Address

CCAC | Company falsifies data to import TNRs

The city’s corruption watchdog has detected a company which has allegedly falsified data on local employees provided to the Labour Affairs Bureau in order to apply for quotas to import

Covid-19 | Shanghai Disneyland tests 33K, closes two days over one contact

Fireworks boomed as the visitors at Shanghai Disneyland waited for their COVID-19 test results, surrounded by healthcare workers dressed from head to toe in the white protective suits. Shanghai Disneyland suddenly

Hong Kong | Eight activists on trial over banned Tiananmen vigil

A trial began yesterday for Hong Kong media tycoon Jimmy Lai and seven other pro-democracy activists charged over their roles in an unauthorized Tiananmen vigil last year, amid a crackdown

Mengqi Ji | Missouri man accused in Chinese wife’s death set for trial

Jury selection was scheduled to begin today in the trial of a man charged with killing his Chinese wife two years ago and leaving her body at a Missouri

Travel | Australia, Thailand reopen borders after lengthy lockdowns

Sydney’s international airport came alive with tears, embraces and laughter yesterday as Australia opened its border for the first time in 20 months, with some arriving travelers removing mandatory masks

This day in history | 1995 Ex-minister charged with apartheid murders

Former South African defence minister General Magnus Malan has been charged with murder. General Malan was arrested today with 10 other former senior military officers. They were charged with murdering 13 black

Heating up | World leaders take center stage at climate talks

It’s time for more than 130 world leaders to feel the heat. They will traipse to the podium this week at crucial international climate talks in Scotland and talk about what

China’s economy slows as Beijing wrestles with debt

China’s economic rebound from the coronavirus pandemic is stalling as President Xi Jinping’s government cracks down on surging corporate debt. For a decade, the ruling Communist Party has talked about shifting

Football | Tottenham fires coach Nuno after losing half of EPL matches

Tottenham fired manager Nuno Espírito Santo yesterday after losing half of his 10 Premier League matches in charge of the club. The dismissal, after only four months in the job, followed

The Buzz | Happy Halloween: Gaming platform Roblox is back online

The popular gaming site Roblox went back online yesterday after being down for most of the weekend. The online platform crashed Friday. In a statement, the company tweeted Sunday evening

New Zealand strait crossed for first time by electric plane

As he made history by becoming the first person to fly across New Zealand’s Cook Strait in an electric plane, Gary Freedman thought it only fitting that the first thing

China Daily | A mission for scientists, not spooks

  Investigations into the origins of viruses are a complicated scientific issue, and often take years or even decades to complete. Thus US President Joe Biden’s intention was questioned when he gave

Tuesday, November 2, 2021 – edition no. 3886

— Konstantin Bessmertny’s ongoing exhibition showcases a ‘voyage’ to an artist’s different realities * Another slump | Casinos saw its worst month of the year after revenues only reached MOP4.37b * CCAC:

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