Breaking News | Hong Kong bans flights, imposes other Covid-19 restrictions

Hong Kong authorities announced a two-week ban on flights from the United States and seven other countries and held 2,500 passengers on a cruise ship for coronavirus testing today (Wednesday)

2022 to be a ‘sports-busy’ year: Pun

This year will be packed with sporting events, president of the Sports Bureau (ID) Pun Weng Kun said yesterday on the sidelines of a press

Seven Olympians among 16-strong WTT Macao field

Seven Olympic athletes, along with other elite players, will compete at the World Table Tennis (WTT) Champions Macao 2021 China Stars tournament to be held between

Quarantine hotel rooms fully booked until Lunar New Year

Some local residents currently abroad who want to return home to celebrate Lunar New Year cannot book rooms for quarantine, local media reports. Local Chinese newspaper

IC: Compulsory footprint registration at Mount Fortress a miscommunication

The corridor is a venue managed by the IC connecting the Lazarus District to Mount Fortress. The revolving corridor also acts as an exhibition space. Tickets

No injuries in fire truck rollover

A fire truck flipped over beside the door of the Macao Daily News Building, at the entrance to a flyover, damaging a seven-seater vehicle underneath. The accident caused

GBA integration a priority for new drug administration head

Choi Peng Cheong, president of the newly-established Pharmaceutical Administration Bureau (ISAF), has said that traditional Chinese medicine and Macau’s pharmaceutical field entering mainland China are among

Tax bureau rolls out two new e-services for business

Business users of e-services provided by the Financial Services Bureau (DSF) will now have the option to assign specific authorizations to their registered list of account

Hong Kong | Media closures unrelated to press freedom: Lam

Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam yesterday said the recent closure of two media outlets in the city does not indicate a decline in press freedom

Evergrande | Troubled Chinese developer told to demolish resort

A troubled Chinese real estate developer that is struggling with $310 billion in debt announced yesterday it has been ordered to demolish a 39-building resort complex in

Defense | Beijing denies US report it’s rapidly growing its nuclear arms

A senior Chinese arms control official denied yesterday that his government is rapidly expanding its nuclear arsenal, though he said it is taking steps to modernize its

Covid-19 | Conditions hard for residents in Xi’an partial lockdown

Authorities in Xi’an say they can provide food, health care and other necessities for the residents under a now almost two-week-old partial lockdown. But in

USA | Former Theranos CEO Holmes convicted of fraud and conspiracy

In a case that exposed Silicon Valley’s culture of hubris and hype, Elizabeth Holmes was convicted yesterday of duping investors into believing her startup Theranos

This day in history | 1952 Churchill renews ‘special relationship’

The British Prime Minister, Winston Churchill, has arrived in the United States for an official visit, his first since re-election last October. He arrived in New York on board

Tech 2021 | Scientist, enforcer, high-flyer: three women put a mark on tech

Three bright and driven women with ground-breaking ideas made significant — if very different — marks on the embattled tech industry in 2021.  Frances

Tennis | Djokovic given medical exemption to play at Australian Open

Novak Djokovic will get a chance to defend his Australian Open title after receiving a medical exemption to travel to Melbourne, ending months of uncertainty about

The Question Why are so many vaccinated people getting Covid-19 lately?

A couple of factors are at play, starting with the emergence of the highly contagious omicron variant. Omicron is more likely to infect people, even if

The Buzz | A surge of evangelicals in Spain, fueled by Latin Americans

When Kent Albright, a Baptist pastor from the United States, arrived as a missionary to Spain in 1996, he was unprepared for the insults and threats, or the

China Daily | Zero-tolerance to virus works and will persist

Will China’s zero-tolerance policy toward the novel coronavirus continue to work effectively to prevent the breakout of infections on a large scale? This is the question some Western

Wednesday, January 5, 2022 – edition no. 3926

  * Try later — Quarantine hotel rooms fully booked until Chinese New Year * 2022 to be a ‘sports-busy’ year in the city: Pun * GBA integration a priority for new drug administration

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