Gov’t says Taiwan report on Macau is ‘baseless and biased’

The Macau Special Administrative Region (MSAR) government has issued a statement refuting in its entirety the content of a report issued by Taiwan’s Mainland Affairs

Housing prices drop due to Peninsula properties

The price index for residential property dropped by 0.9% between September and November last year, when compared with the period from August to October 2021,

Secretary Ao Ieong curbs association’s CNY dining events

Local associations should avoid organizing Lunar New Year celebrations that involve catering, Secretary for Social Affairs and Culture Elsie Ao Ieong recently told the press.

Flight operations continue on from Singapore to Macau

Scoot flights from Macau to Singapore are continuing on as scheduled despite the travel ban imposed by Macau authorities to deter the spread of Covid-19 variants.

Crime | Man arrested for domestic violence

A 66-year-old local man has been arrested on allegations of repeated acts of domestic violence against his wife, the Judiciary Police (PJ) announced. The police disclosed

IFTM launches new program, partnership agreement with Swiss Education Group

The Macao Institute for Tourism Studies (IFTM) has launched a Smart Technology in Hospitality and Tourism postgraduate program in line with the SAR’s “Tourism+” policy

Wynn Macau executive confident in MOP100b GGR for this year

Vice Chairman and Executive Director of Wynn Macau, Limited Linda Chen, is confident the city will obtain the government- estimated gross gambling revenue (GGR) of MOP100 billion.

UM develops AI tech to create TCM-based drugs for Alzheimer’s

University of Macau’s (UM) Institute of Chinese Medical Sciences (ICMS) has developed an artificial intelligence (AI)-based virtual screening algorithm and a cross-species Alzheimer’s disease (AD) drug verification platform.

Foreign Minister Wang in Sri Lanka to discuss Belt and Road

Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi was in Sri Lanka on yesterday seeking to advance Beijing’s ambitious Belt and Road Initiative as the island nation tries to

Chinese immigrant attacked in NYC dies months later

A Chinese immigrant who was brutally attacked in April while collecting cans in East Harlem has died of his injuries, and his case is now deemed a

Filmmaker Zhang Yimou returns for Olympics opening ceremony

Renowned Chinese filmmaker Zhang Yimou is promising a simpler opening ceremony for next month’s Beijing Winter Games with a bold and unprecedented way of lighting

Tianjin testing all residents after Omicron found

The numbers are small, but the major port of Tianjin may be facing China’s first outbreak of omicron of any size, less than four weeks before

One of two Covid cases at Hong Kong party was false positive

One of two people who attended a large gathering with senior Hong Kong officials and was believed to be infected with COVID-19 turned out to be

Deltacron | New Covid-19 variant detected in Cyprus 

A new Covid-19 variant which was dubbed Deltacron has been identified in Cyprus, but it is not presently a source of alarm, Health Minister Michalis Hadjipantelas said

US, Japan agree to keep troops on base to curb Covid spread

The U.S. and Japan yesterday agreed to keep American troops within their bases as worries grew about a sharp rise in coronavirus cases in the

This day in history | 1985 Gas blast kills eight in Putney

Eight people have been killed in an explosion in a prestigious block of flats in Putney, south-west London.  Dozens were also injured when the blast demolished

Golf US Women’s | Open purse soars to USD10 million on fabled courses

Long considered the biggest event in women’s golf, the U.S. Women’s Open now has prize money and future sites to match. The U.S. Golf

Intel reports repeatedly failed to forecast Capitol riot

Intelligence reports compiled by the U.S. Capitol Police in the days before last year’s insurrection envisioned only an improbable or remote risk of violence, even as other

The Buzz | UK gov’t advisers recommend against fourth vaccine dose

U.K. government advisers have recommended against giving a fourth dose of COVID-19 vaccine to nursing home residents and people over 80 because data shows that a third shot

China Daily | Flight ban resets HK’s zero cases goal

Considering the high population density in the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region and the rapidity with which the Omicron variant of the novel coronavirus spreads, any infection

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