CE discusses boosting bilateral ties with Zhejiang

The Chief Executive (CE), Ho Iat Seng, spoke about Macau’s effort in accelerating development of the Guangdong-Macau Intensive Cooperation Zone in Hengqin with Zhejiang authorities, saying the SAR was welcoming

Gov’t to test cross-bank mobile transfer platform next month

Following the introduction of Simple Pay, the government is taking the lead in small-amount interbank mobile transfers with a new function to be tested next month. Officially known as a fast

IAS assures confidentiality rights for drug users in healthcare settings

The Social Welfare Bureau (IAS) has assured that users of illicit addictive substances can enjoy the right to confidentiality when they approach medical facilities for healthcare services. The comments were made

Immigration Law | Visitors to prove they possess at least MOP5,000 per week

From November 15, the new Legal Regime for Immigration Control, Permanence, and Residence Permits will come into force. Under the new law, all visitors arriving in Macau must prove that

CESL Asia raises MOP107,000 in another support for MSO

The “CESL Asia and Friends Sport Fun Day” has raised a total of MOP107,000 in donations to support Macau Special Olympics’ (MSO) work with people who have intellectual disabilities. In order

Briefs | Newly established companies on decline

A total of 1,394 new companies were incorporated in the third quarter of 2021. This represents a decrease of 326 year-on-year, according to data from the Statistics and Census Service

Crime | Casino public relations staff steals, drives taxi while under the influence

A local 31-year-old man, identified by the Public Security Police Force (PSP) as a public relations officer for a casino, has been detained by the PSP after allegedly stealing and

Village of Our Lady in Ka Ho reopens with exhibition showcasing history of leprosarium

The Cultural Affairs Bureau (IC) is holding an exhibition to showcase to the public the achievements of the restoration, use and revitalisation of heritage buildings. The exhibition will be held

Wholesale and retail trade dip 35% in 2020

There were 15,996 wholesale and retail establishments, market stalls and fixed street stalls operating in 2020, an increase of 256 from the previous year, information from the Statistics and Census

Sands China’s 17 years of strong ties with local SME

Advertising remains an essential part of marketing campaigns for resorts. Sands China, the largest integrated resort operator in Macao, set a high standard when choosing its advertising service supplier. Established in

South China Sea | Satellite images show Beijing built mock-ups of US warships

Satellite images show China has built mock-ups of a U.S. Navy aircraft carrier and destroyer in its northwestern desert, possibly for practice for a future naval clash as tensions rise

Japan’s SoftBank sinks into losses over China investments

SoftBank Group Corp. sank into red ink for the July-September period, dragged down by losses on its investments in China, the Japanese technology conglomerate said yesterday. SoftBank reported a 397.9 billion

Great Times | Savor the ultimate at Grill 58

Sunday late mornings are meant to be spent with family and friends over delicious food, fresh juices, cocktails and flutes of bubbly. Grill 58 has recently introduced a smorgasbord of

Xi lays way for third term in power at party meeting

China’s leader Xi Jinping appears to be laying the foundation for a third term in power as top officials of the all-powerful Communist Party meet this week in Beijing. The official

First Chinese woman to spacewalk works six hours outside station

Wang Yaping has become the first Chinese woman to conduct a spacewalk as part of a six-month mission to the country’s space station. Wang and fellow astronaut Zhai Zhigang left the

This day in history | 1985 America welcomes Charles and Diana

Prince Charles and Princess Diana have ended the first day of their much-vaunted trip to the USA at a gala dinner in the Washington, hosted by President Reagan and his

Ethiopia | People fleeing country allege attacks, forced conscription

A new round of deadly attacks and forced conscription has begun against ethnic Tigrayans in an area of Ethiopia now controlled by Amhara regional authorities in collaboration with soldiers from

EXPLAINER | How US rules on international travel are changing

More than a year and a half after COVID-19 concerns prompted the U.S. to close its borders to international travelers from countries including Brazil, China, India, South Africa, the United

Sailing | 11th Hour Racing begins shakedown cruise in new 60-footer

The U.S.-based 11th Hour Racing Team is using the Transat Jacques Vabre double-handed race across the Atlantic Ocean as the shakedown cruise for the new foiling 60-foot boat it will

The Buzz | Sleaze claims roiling UK gov’t put Johnson under pressure

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson wants to talk about climate change. But his opponents want to focus on sleaze. As a United Nations climate summit aimed at staving off catastrophic global

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