Communist Party of China plenum passes landmark resolution

A high-profile meeting of the Communist Party of China (CPC) has adopted a landmark resolution on the major achievements and historical experience of the CPC's 100 years of endeavors, according

Full Text: Communique of 6th plenary session of 19th CPC Central Committee

The sixth plenary session of the 19th Central Committee of the Communist Party

THE CONVERSATION | Are people lying more since the rise of social media and smartphones?

Technology has given people more ways to connect, but has it also given them more opportunities to lie? You might text your friend a white lie to get out of going

Immigration law | New law brings city in line with highly visited countries: experts

The new immigration law will not have significant impact on tourist arrivals in the city, but will bring the SAR into line with other highly visited countries, according to industry

Macau designer creates Adobe InDesign 2022 cover image

A Macau design company has been invited to design the cover image for the 2022 version of Adobe InDesign. It is the first time a Macau designer has collaborated with Adobe. Adobe

Covid-19 | Health Bureau’s itinerary tracing app expected online this month

The trial version of the itinerary register app is expected to be online within the month, pulmonologist Alvis Lo, director of the Health Bureau, revealed yesterday. The registration platform will be

Covid-19 relapse recorded at airport

  The government announced last night that a positive relapsed case of Covid-19 was recorded at the Macau International Airport in a returnee from the Philippines. The 48-year-old woman arrived from

Macau’s quarantine-free travel moves ‘goal-post’

A government adviser in Hong Kong said that the neighboring SAR might open to global travel in about six months, once officials have successfully navigated the introduction of quarantine-free borders

Obstacle Challenge open for registrations

The city’s second Obstacle Challenge, which will take place on December 12, is now taking registrations, the Sports Bureau (ID) announced yesterday at a press conference. The registration period will run

Grand Prix has 133 drivers, up 12% from last year

The 68th Macau Grand Prix will have the participation of 133 drivers including local drivers and those coming from the mainland and Hong Kong, the president of Sports Bureau and

Gaming | Melco Q3 revenue plunges, ‘prepared for the worst’

Melco Resorts’ operating loss was USD182.2 million in the third quarter of 2021, compared with an operating loss of USD275.0 million in the third quarter of 2020. Total operating revenues in

As many try living with virus, China keeps up zero tolerance

Wang Lijie planned to spend three days in the Gobi Desert last month to take in the area’s famous poplar forest as its trees turned a golden yellow. Instead, the Beijing

Chinese forces exercise near Taiwan in response to US visit

Chinese military forces are holding exercises near Taiwan in response to a visit by a U.S. congressional delegation to the island. The drills in the area of the Taiwan Strait are

This day in history | 2004 Veteran leader Yasser Arafat is dead

The man who led his people’s struggle for more than 40 years suffered multiple organ failure at 0330 local time (0230 GMT). He had been in a coma since 3 November

Seoul rejects refugee claims by Chinese-North Korean defectors

South Korea has rejected refugee status for ethnic Chinese people who have been “stateless” since they fled North Korea years ago, two of the applicants and an activists’ group said

Tech | China’s Singles’ Day shopping fest muted amid tech crackdown

China’s biggest online shopping day, known as “Singles’ Day” on Nov. 11, is taking on a muted tone this year as regulators crack down on the technology industry and President

Wynn donates MOP600,000 to support ‘Walk for a Million’

Wynn has continued to fully support and takes part in the “Walk for a Million” fundraising event organized by the Charity Fund from the Readers of Macao Daily News, donating

Sands China makes donation to local charity for 18th consecutive year

Sands China Ltd. presented a ceremonial cheque for MOP 600,000 to Macau Tung Sin Tong Charitable Society yesterday at The Venetian Macao, to support the nongovernmental organisation’s annual December-February fundraising campaign. Since

Football | Socceroos feeling right at home ahead of World Cup qualifier

After 763 days, the Australian team will finally get to play on home soil when it hosts group-leading Saudi Arabia today in Asian qualifiers for the World Cup. Croatia-born, Italy-based defender

The Buzz | Study: Fox viewers more likely to believe Covid falsehoods

People who trust Fox News Channel and other media outlets that appeal to conservatives are more likely to believe falsehoods about COVID-19 and vaccines than those who primarily go elsewhere

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