High-risk visitors | Hotel quarantine extended to 28 days in 2022

Starting on January 6, 2022, visitors flying in from high-risk countries will be subject to a 28-day medical observation, announced Leong Iek Hou, coordinator of

Hengqin cooperation zone | Companies eligible for up to RMB5.5m support when issuing bonds in Macau

Companies operating in the Hengqin Guangdong-Macau Intensive Cooperation Zone will be eligible for a financial subsidy of up to RMB5.5 million when issuing bonds in Macau.

Lawmaker wants SMEs Risk Guarantee Fund, insurance to include pandemics

Lawmaker Ip Sio Kai has called on the government to establish a new permanent fund to support micro, small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs) in

Consumption plan ends today

The Electronic Consumption Benefits Plan (ECBP) ends today. The Macau SAR Government has appealed to residents to use their funds in a timely manner. Remaining balances unused within

Trendy fitness | ‘We shouldn’t compete on price, but rather on service and quality’

Ever since the start of pandemic, businesses in Macau and all over the world have been struggling, and especially SME’s (small and medium enterprises).

Traffic accidents, air and land cargo volumes up in November

The number of licensed motor vehicles in Macau was up by 1.5% from 2020 as of November this year, totaling 247,049 vehicles, according to information from

Census | Population increases by nearly a quarter over past decade

The city recorded a population of 682,100 in August 2021, equating to an increase of 23.5% decade-over-decade, the government’s Statistics and Census Service (DSEC) announced yesterday.

Gov’t wants seniors to use online platform for proof of life

The government wants senior citizens currently receiving pensions to use the My Government Account system to provide their annual proof of life, the authorities announced this

Young people striving to end mortgages by age 50

A survey has found out that most young people want to have their residential mortgages fully repaid before they reach the age of 50, but also

Hong Kong | Editors charged with sedition, denied bail

Two former editors from a Hong Kong online vocal news outlet were charged with sedition and denied bail yesterday, a day after one of the last

Xi’an | Chinese officials promise groceries for lockdown residents

Chinese officials promised steady deliveries of groceries to residents of Xi’an, an ancient capital with 13 million people that is, in some districts, under lockdown.

Asia 2021 | Myanmar military reverts to strategy of massacres, burnings

When the young farmhand returned to his village in Myanmar, he found the still smoldering corpses in a circle in a burned-out hut, some with their

Light show extension cheers up New Year’s scarce celebrations

Residents and tourists can be dazzled by the 2022 new year with an eye-catching light festival at a dozen locations across the city, as the annual

Vegas fireworks show will go on, 300,000 expected: officials

Las Vegas isn’t canceling or scaling back plans for big New Year’s gatherings amid concerns about the rapid spread of the omicron variant of COVID-19, regional public

Markets 2021 | Stocks soar, IPOs explode, crypto goes wild

Wall Street delivered another strong year for investors in 2021, as a resurgence in consumer demand fueled by the reopening of the global economy pumped up

Stuff 2021 | Dystopia, ‘she-cession,’ TikTok dances: We’re over you, 2021

The pandemic, politics, pervasive anxiety over the climate and the economy. Did 2021 leave us any time to ponder anything else? As we limp our way

Pandemic | Low-vaccinated Eastern Europe braces for omicron surge

As the fast-spreading coronavirus variant omicron rages through Western Europe, officials and experts in low-vaccinated Eastern Europe anticipate a post-holiday explosion of COVID-19 cases in

This day in history | 1999 UK prepares to celebrate millennium

Britain is gearing up to join a global party in a spectacular array of revelries to welcome in the third millennium. The scale of the celebrations ranges from large

Cinema 2021 | ‘The Worst Person in the World,’ ‘Lost Daughter,’ ‘Licorice Pizza’ top best films

1. The Worst Person in the World: Joachim Trier’s richly compassionate character study wasn’t our first movie back in theaters this year, but it was the first film

FASHION | Redefining traditions

Long-time collaborators Canada Goose and Boston-based streetwear brand Concepts have come together for their latest collection with the addition of renowned Japanese fashion brand A BATHING APE.

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