Hao vs LVS | Trial reaching closing stage, defense triggers court incident

The Las Vegas Sands Corporation (LVS) legal representative Luís Cavaleiro de Ferreira has triggered a procedural incident at the First Instance Court (TJB), claiming that

Lawmaker questions the need for Macau Pass ID registration

Lawmaker Che Sai Wang questioned the need for the government to require owners of Macau Pass to register their card in order to receive discounted bus fares “on

Covid-19 | Vaccine proof or negative NAT for restaurants, entertainment venues on the table

The city should buckle up early for vaccinated dining-in, though it remains too early to permit border crossings, a government doctor suggested at yesterday’s health press

Southcn.com collaborates with local media to exchange GBA stories

Southcn.com of Nanfang Media Group has recently signed cooperation agreements with five media outlets in the SAR in a bid to diversify available information on investment,

Xplorer Prize to award young medical scientists

The Xplorer Prize, one of China’s highest grants for young scientists, will set up a new category of medical science starting from 2022.  A

Gov’t refutes video claiming CE achieves wealth with cryptocurrency

The government refuted the contents of a recent video going viral on social media platforms. In the video, Chief Executive Ho Iat Seng apparently discusses

Crime | Scams involving online sales promotion and investment schemes continue

Five local residents have reportedly been involved in a scam involving the advertisement and promotion of product sales on the internet, the Judiciary Police (PJ) announced.

China lashes out at US over support for Lithuania

China lashed out at the United States yesterday over its support for the European nation of Lithuania in its feud with Beijing over relations with Taiwan.  Foreign

Three Chinese nationals abducted in Nigeria, police say

Police in Nigeria said gunmen abducted three Chinese nationals working in the country’s north central region, the latest incident in a cycle of violence in Africa’s

Diplomacy | Beijing to appoint Horn of Africa envoy amid Ethiopia crisis

Chinaís foreign minister says his country will appoint a special envoy to the Horn of Africa region, where Ethiopia and Eritrea have been fighting forces from

Hong Kong | Carrie Lam disappointed over officials’ large party

Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam said yesterday she was disappointed that nine government officials attended a large birthday party that has sparked fears of a new

EXPLAINER: What’s behind unrest rocking oil-rich Kazakhstan

Kazakhstan is experiencing the worst street protests the country has seen since gaining independence three decades ago. The outburst of instability is causing significant concern in Kazakhstan's two powerful neighbors: Russia

Xi’an hospital punished for refusing entry to pregnant woman

Hospital officials in the northern Chinese city of Xi’an have been punished after a pregnant woman miscarried after being refused entry, reportedly for not having current COVID-19

This day in history | 1990 Leaning Tower of Pisa closed to public

The Leaning Tower of Pisa has been closed to the public for the first time in 800 years amid speculation the structure is on the verge of toppling

Drive In | A Spidey sense overdose in ‘No Way Home’

Spider-Man movies have come in such flurries over the last two decades that you could almost tell time by them. Who needs the long centuries of

MDT Review | Chaa Caffeine & Treats keeping up with coffee trends with croffles and matcha

The power of social media, along with the evolving coffee culture trends among millennials, have inspired new businesses adapting to these changes in consumer behavior and

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China plans space station completion, many launches in 2022

China has recommitted itself to completing its orbiting space station by the end of the year and says it is planning more than 40 launches for

The Buzz | Australia, Japan sign defense pact as China concerns loom

The leaders of Japan and Australia signed a “landmark” defense agreement yesterday that allows closer cooperation between their militaries and stands as a rebuke to China’s growing assertiveness

Editorial | No room to get

Residents who went abroad – mostly to visit their family in their countries of origin for Christmas and New Year’s celebrations – and booked their flights back to

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