Lawmakers not happy with absence of Central Provident Fund investment

Secretary for Economy and Finance Lei Wai Nong presented next year’s budget to the parliament yesterday, but the absence of government investment in the Central Provident Fund sparked concerns. Pursuant to

Capitol Theater to host Int’l Short Film Festival

The International Short Film Festival will take place at the Capitol Theater from December 2 to 9 this year. This is the first time the festival is taking place at the

Gaming | Wynn: ongoing renewal process ‘transparent, productive’

Wynn Resorts expressed confidence in the ongoing gaming concession renewal process, saying that it has been “open, it’s been transparent, it’s been productive, and we feel very good about the

Global project to exhibit photos at Artyzen Grand Lapa

The Associação Internacional de Filantropia will launch an exhibition tomorrow at Artyzen Grand Lapa Macau to raise money for Caritas Macau. Open until November 28, the exhibition will feature 50 photos

Man fakes crime to avoid giving girlfriend new phone

A local university student made a fraudulent crime report to police to avoid buying his girlfriend a new cellphone for her birthday, the Public Security Police Force (PSP) announced yesterday. The

Cultural Centre launches new program for artists

  A new Local Associated Artist Project organized by the Macao Cultural Centre (CCM) is recruiting one candidate and a supporting creative team. This program is designed to broaden the artist’s

Drone Gala launching in December

  The “Light Up Macao Drone Gala” will dazzle the city for the very first time in December, following some postponements. The new event, organized by the Macao Government Tourism Office,

Gov’t to open special quarantine hotel

The government is set to open a new type of hotel designated for medical observation in December to accommodate arrivals from high-risk foreign countries who are required to undergo a

China Daily | Party resolution reviews past and sets path for the future

  How has the Communist Party of China succeeded in leading the nation’s revolution and development since its founding 100 years ago, and how can it succeed in realizing national rejuvenation

Chinese leaders issue official history to elevate Xi

Leaders of China’s ruling Communist Party yesterday set the stage for President Xi Jinping to extend his rule next year, praising his role in the country’s rise as an economic

APEC Summit | President Xi warns against ‘Cold War’ in Asia-Pacific

Chinese President Xi Jinping warned yesterday against letting tensions in the Asian-Pacific region cause a relapse into a Cold War mentality. His remarks on the sidelines of the annual summit of

This day in history | 1984 Quid notes out – pound coins in

The English pound note is to disappear after more than 150 years. News of the familiar green £1 note’s withdrawal came when Chancellor Nigel Lawson made his autumn statement in parliament

GEG Continues to Help Build a Responsible Gaming Culture in Macau

As the city’s first gaming operator to establish a dedicated team focused on promoting responsible gaming in 2008, Galaxy Entertainment Group (GEG) shares the Macau SAR Government’s vision for developing

COP26 | China, US pledge to increase cooperation at UN climate talks

The world’s top carbon polluters, China and the United States, agreed yesterday to increase their cooperation and speed up action to rein in climate-damaging emissions, signaling a mutual effort

Drive In | Childhood in a turbulent time in nostalgic ‘Belfast’

If you didn’t know Kenneth Branagh’s new film “ Belfast “ was based (somewhat) on his own childhood, you probably wouldn’t know it by the end either. That’s a good

F&B | Classic Beauty

This November, House of Krug presents Les Créations de 2008, two different expressions of nature in 2008 – Krug 2008 is the story of the year, captured by Krug and

TASTE OF EDESIA | White Diamonds

Highlights in his new truffle menu include Chilled langoustine, crustacean gelée, and Kristal caviar. The langoustine, also known as Norway lobster from the pristine marine environment of the Faroe Islands, lives

The Buzz | Crew member sues Alec Baldwin, others over ‘Rust’ shooting

The head of lighting on the film “Rust” filed a lawsuit over Alec Baldwin’s fatal shooting of cinematographer Halyna Hutchins on the New Mexico set of the Western, alleging negligence that caused

Germany mulls new Covid-19 measures as infections spike

Germany reported a record-high number of more than 50,000 daily coronavirus cases yesterday as lawmakers mulled legislation that would pave the way for new coronavirus measures. The Robert Koch Institute, Germany’s

Animal Farm | The economy we still have

Made at the beginning of the year, my gaming income forecasts for 2021 pointed to 93.8 billion patacas, a figure more accurate than those presented either by the Government or

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