US invitation of Taiwan to democracy summit angers Beijing

The Biden administration has invited Taiwan to its Summit for Democracy next month, the State Department announced, prompting sharp criticism from China, which considers the self-ruled island as its territory. The

TUI rules against gaming operator on Dore case

The Court of Final Appeal (TUI) has ruled in favor of the former gaming promoter Dore Entertainment Company Limited (Dore), finally deciding that the gaming concessionaire Wynn Macau Limited (Wynn

13% fewer practitioners engaged in cultural sector

According to the latest statistical data released by the government’s Statistics and Census Service, the city had 2,483 organizations in its cultural industry, equating to about 282 residents per each

Gaming | Casino stocks surge amid China-HK border reopening optimism

Macau casino stocks in New York surged by up to 6.19% yesterday as a result of speculation that Hong Kong’s border will soon reopen. This comes after a delegation of medical

Young entrepreneurs explore development in Shunde

A delegation of young entrepreneurs from the Youth Committee of the Industrial Association of Macau have paid a visit to nearby Shunde City to gain exposure to the development of

FIBA basketball tournament to take place from today

  The FIBA 3x3 Macao Masters – Wynn Cup Greater Bay Area Qualifying Tournament will take place from today until Sunday, November 28, across three locations, the Ruins of Saint Paul,

Literary Festival to take place in December

The 10th edition of the Macau Literary Festival will be held from December 3 to 5 at Casa Garden, with its opening theme of Deolinda da Conçeição and the role

Hazardous materials warehouse to be ready by September 2022

The hazardous materials warehouse in which the government plans to keep all inflammable, toxic, and dangerous materials will be ready by September next year, the Secretary for Security, Wong Sio

ID: Chinese Olympic medalists may visit city mid-December

  Following communications with the General Administration of Sport, while details are unconfirmed, Macau residents may expect to see Chinese Olympics athletes in the city in December, Pun Weng Kun, president

Merging of Education Funds does not aim at cuts: Ao Ieong

The merging of the different education funds into one single and autonomous fund would not aim to promote cuts to government funding of educational institutions, the Secretary for Social Affairs

Crime | Man arrested for luxury products scam

  A man has been arrested by the Judiciary Police (PJ) for allegedly scamming others out of millions, claiming he and his wife were selling luxury products at a discounted price.

GEG Proactively Supports Local SMEs’ Growth and Development

As one of Macau’s leading corporations, GEG is committed to contributing to the city’s economic diversification by providing unwavering support to nurture and develop local SMEs, Made-in-Macau brands and young

Beijing protests passage of US destroyer through Taiwan Strait

China yesterday protested the passage of a U.S. Navy destroyer through the Taiwan Strait, calling it a deliberate move to undermine stability in the region. The U.S. Navy said in a

Japan, Vietnam look to space and cyber defense against China

Japan and Vietnam yesterday signed an agreement to cooperate in space defense and cybersecurity, as the two Asian nations rapidly step up their military ties amid concerns over China’s growing

Hong Kong | Authorities to allow residents of mainland to vote in election

Hong Kong authorities will set up polling stations at the border with mainland China to allow Hong Kongers living there to vote during upcoming legislative elections, the city’s leader said

South China Sea | Philippine supply boats reach marines at China-guarded shoal

The Philippine navy successfully transported food supplies to marines guarding a disputed shoal in the South China Sea yesterday, a week after China’s coast guard used water cannons to force

This day in history | 2005 Pubs open 24 hours

Round-the-clock drinking in England and Wales is now a reality after new licensing laws came in force. More than 1,000 pubs, clubs and supermarkets have been granted 24-hour licences to sell

Migration | Afghan referee sees no fair play in EU border policies

Ibrahim Rasool loved his job as a referee because of sportsmanship and fair play. But the 33-year-old from Afghanistan says there’s nothing fair about the way the European Union treats

Retail | Organized thieves hit high-end Bay Area stores amid trend

Groups of thieves, some carrying crowbars and hammers, smashed glass cases and window displays and ransacked high-end stores throughout the San Francisco Bay Area, stealing jewelry, sunglasses, suitcases and other

MGM and MUST organize culinary demonstration workshop 

MGM once again joined hands with the Faculty of Hospitality and Tourism Management of Macau University of Science and Technology (MUST) to organize a culinary demonstration workshop earlier this month. Neo Ng, pastry

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