Covid-19 | Gov’t watching Omicron, but no changes to guidelines, yet

Local health authorities are paying close attention to the Omicron variant of Covid-19 but, for the time being, no changes to the prevention and control guidelines have been proposed, representative

SSM to acquire Covid-19 pills once approved

The government will acquire antiviral oral medicines to treat Covid-19 as soon as are approved by national and international health authorities, the coordinator of the Novel Coronavirus Response and Coordination

‘Macao Week in Chongqing’ kicks off

  A trade delegation led by the Macao Government Tourism Office (MGTO) presented a tourism seminar in Chongqing yesterday, to highlight the strengths of Macau’s tourism industry and facilitate networking between

Fire breaks out due to joss sticks

A fire has broken out on the third floor of a building near Patane, allegedly caused by burning joss sticks. Six people suffered smoke inhalation from the fire, one of whom

Macau prone to high credit card data leak risks: VPN provider

Macau is at a relatively high-risk level of payment card detail leaks, VPN provider NordVPN recently announced in a blog post. By payment card, the

The Karl Lagerfeld hotel opens with luxurious features

The Karl Lagerfeld at Grand Lisboa Palace officially opens today, with 271 rooms showcasing the designer’s style: from specially commissioned furniture to circular room dividers inspired by traditional Chinese moon

Work on food safety must be done to help health: environmental group

This generation cannot forsake environmental protection, since the science tells us that this is the critical moment for action, Ruby O, chairperson of the Society of Food and Environmental Health,

Policy Address | Lawmakers call on gov’t for event resumption timeline

During Wednesday’s parliamentary question session with regarding next year’s Policy Address, lawmakers Ngan Iek Hang and Ron Lam inquired on the criteria by which the government will allow events to

Int’t Short Film Festival opens with 21 local productions

The 12th edition of the Macau International Short Film Festival opened yesterday with 21 local productions presented in the event which will run until December 9. The venue for this year’s

Alvin Chau steps down as CEO, Suncity shares tumble further

Alvin Chau has officially resigned from his executive positions at Suncity Group and Summit Ascent, following his arrest, which led to a major plunge of the companies’ market shares. In a

USJ aims to grow 50% over next decade

The University of Saint Joseph (USJ) is aiming to expand by 50% over the next ten years after receiving permission to recruit students from the mainland. According to the rector, Reverend

BRI | Laos-China railway to launch as debt to Beijing mounts

Laos, a nation of 7 million people wedged between China, Vietnam and Thailand, is opening a $5.9 billion Chinese-built railway that links China’s poor southwest to foreign markets but piles

US defense chief slams Beijing’s drive for hypersonic weapons

America’s defense chief rebuked China yesterday, vowing to confront its potential military threats in Asia and warning that its pursuit of hypersonic weapons intended to evade U.S. missile defenses “increases

WTA: Loss of China events over Peng could go past ‘22

The suspension of all WTA tournaments in China because of concerns about the safety of Peng Shuai, a Grand Slam doubles champion who accused a former government official there of

This day in history | 1989 Malta summit ends Cold War

The leaders of the two world superpowers, the USA and the USSR, have declared an end to the Cold War after two days of storm-lashed talks at the Malta summit. At

Book It | In memoir, it’s good to be comedy king Mel Brooks

Besides an uncanny memory for food, Mel Brooks has the skill of an alchemist turning the base metal of others’ ideas into comedy treasure. But the lead comes before the

TASTE OF EDESIA | Midday decadence 

The latest edition of “Let’s do a Luxe Lunch” set menu at St. Regis Macao’s The Manor features the finest imported seafood and premium cuts with the option of free-flow

F&B | Toast to a future of good fortune

As thousands of families hope to gather near and far for Chinese Lunar New Year, they look for the perfect gift to inspire new beginnings full of exciting possibilities. Glenfiddich,

The Buzz | Visa CEO: COVID caused permanent shift to digital payments

Al Kelly believes there has been a permanent shift in how consumers worldwide pay for goods and services. His 91-year-old parents are a prime example. The CEO of payments processing giant

UK court backs Meghan in dispute over privacy with publisher

The Duchess of Sussex yesterday won the latest stage in her long-running privacy lawsuit against a newspaper publisher over its publication of parts of a letter she wrote to her

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