CE meets with Yao Ming alongside CBA delegates

Over the weekend, Chief Executive Ho Iat Seng received a delegation from the Chinese Basketball Association (CBA) at the government headquarters, led by CBA President Yao

Chinese paddlers dominate at WTT Champions Macao 2021

China's Wang Chuqin and Wang Manyu took the men’s and women’s singles titles respectively yesterday at the World Table Tennis (WTT) Champions Macao 2021 China Stars.

Statement | Together for Beijing Winter Olympics, together for a shared future

In his 2022 New Year Address, President Xi Jinping stressed that “We will spare no effort to present a great Games to the world. The world is turning

Cloee Chao: Yellow health code casino staff forced to take unpaid leave

A number of employees of gaming operators were allegedly forced to take unpaid leave due to their yellow health code status. Yesterday, the president of

Melinda Chan to strive for a concession

On the sidelines of a business event, Macau Fisherman’s Wharf executive Melinda Chan said that the company would do its best to bid for a

Local tours scheme extended to August

The Macao Government Tourism Office (MGTO) announced that the local tour scheme, “Stay, Dine and See Macao,” will be extended to the end of August and retain

Further health education for Filipino domestic workers required: survey

A recent survey has revealed that slightly over 60% of Filipino domestic workers in Macau require more education on how to stay healthy, otherwise known as

DSEDJ says scholarship and grant recipients supported amid pandemic

The Education and Youth Development Bureau (DSEDJ) has said that scholarship or grant recipients who were forced to remain in Macau due to border restrictions can

Inflation rate at 0.03% in 2021

  The inflation rate stood at 0.03% in 2021, down by 0.78 percentage points from 0.81% in 2020, according to Statistics and Census Service (DSEC) data released

Hao vs LVS | Asian American establishes final compensation amount claim

Asian American Entertainment Corporation (AAEC) has reduced its compensation amount claimed in the court case against Las Vegas Sands Corporation (LVS). The legal representative of AAEC, Jorge

Covid-19 | China’s success taming virus could make exit strategy harder

The sweeping “zero-tolerance” strategy that China has used to keep COVID-19 case numbers low and its economy functioning may, paradoxically, make it harder for the country

First flights leave Xi’an as travel curbs ease

The first commercial airline flights in one month took off Saturday from Xi’an in western China as the government eased travel curbs imposed after a coronavirus

Biden, Kishida talk China, nuclear weapons in first meeting

President Joe Biden and Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida on Friday used their first formal meeting to discuss concerns about China’s growing military assertiveness that’s causing

New Zealand adds new Covid restrictions as omicron spreads

New Zealanders are set to face new COVID-19 restrictions after nine cases of the omicron variant were detected in a single family that flew to Auckland

Russia toughens its posture amid Ukraine tensions

With tens of thousands of Russian troops positioned near Ukraine, the Kremlin has kept the U.S. and its allies guessing about its next moves  in

US blocks flights by Chinese airlines in escalating dispute

The United States moved Friday to block 44 flights to the U.S. by Chinese airlines in retaliation for China forcing the cancellation of flights by U.S.

This day in history | 1965 Winston Churchill dies

He suffered a stroke 15 days ago and gradually slipped into a deep sleep from which he never awakened.  Sir Winston died in his London home at Hyde

Tennis | Nadal reaches Australian Open quarterfinals for 14th time

Rafael Nadal finally got the better of a crazy, long tiebreaker and knew he’d won half the battle. After saving four set points and missing

Covid-19 | Vaccine passport protests in Europe draw thousands of people

Thousands of people gathered in European capitals Saturday to protest vaccine passports and other requirements governments have imposed in hopes of ending the coronavirus pandemic.  Demonstrations took place

The Buzz | Several return to live in Fukushima’s last deserted town

Several former residents of Futaba, the only remaining uninhabited town in Japan still recovering from effects of radiation from nuclear plant meltdowns in 2011, have returned to live

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