Sands China: Expats still needed in the SAR

Amid the deteriorating employment status in the SAR, Sands China has affirmed that there is still a need for expats in the region. The

First freight train departs Guangzhou for Europe

A freight train loaded with 50 containers of air conditioners, LCD screens, lamps, lanterns and related items made in China departed from Nansha port’s South Station in

Gov’t: Local talent should eye GBA if jobless in Macau

Elsie Ao Ieong, Secretary for social affairs and culture, was invited by the parliament to answer lawmakers’ oral inquiries. Lawmaker Ron Lam asked the secretary

Lei Wai Nong: City’s tourism industry needs repositioning

Macau's tourism industry must foster change and improvement, Secretary for Economy and Finance, Lei Wai Nong, said at a parliamentary plenary. During the long discussion,

In Commonwealth, queen’s jubilee draws protests and apathy

After seven decades on the throne, Queen Elizabeth II is widely viewed in the U.K. as a rock in turbulent times. But in Britain’s former

Shanghai moves toward ending two-month lockdown

Shanghai authorities say they will take some major steps today toward reopening China’s largest city after a two-month COVID-19 lockdown that has throttled the national economy

City expects 15 MICE events this summer

Macau is expecting to see some 15 MICE events with a combined 100,000 estimated participants this coming June and July. In an announcement, the Macao

Sands Shopping Carnival to be ‘better than before’ in July comeback

Sands China Ltd. is bringing back its annual signature event, the Sands Shopping Carnival, at The Venetian Macao’s Cotai Expo for a third year. The carnival will run from July

Japan’s ‘yellow zoning’ Macau based on risk evaluation

The Japanese Consulate-General in Hong Kong has explained that the upcoming immigration measure adjustments were determined based on the country’s understanding of the Omicron variant, infection status in

US senator visits island as China ups military threat

  On a visit to Taiwan, U.S. Senator Tammy Duckworth reiterated support for the island amid rising Chinese threats. Duckworth met with leader Tsai Ing-wen yesterday

Distress in Singapore as Malaysia bans chicken export

  Diners in Singapore are bracing for prices of their national chicken-and-rice dish to soar as neighboring Malaysia prepares to block exports starting today to increase supplies in

Denmark holds referendum on EU defense amid Ukraine war

Historically skeptical about European Union efforts to deepen cooperation, Danish voters today will choose whether to abandon the country’s decision three decades ago to opt out of

1979 End of white rule in Rhodesia

Rhodesia has formally ended nearly 90 years of white minority rule and declared it will now be known as Zimbabwe-Rhodesia. In the absence of any official ceremony crowds of

France blames ticket fraud for Champions League final chaos

French authorities defended police yesterday for indiscriminately firing tear gas and pepper spray at Liverpool supporters at the Champions League final, while blaming industrial levels of

China’s foreign minister arrives in Tonga on Pacific tour

China’s Foreign Minister Wang Yi arrived in Tonga yesterday as he continued his regional island-hopping tour a day after failing to ink an ambitious deal with

Hit by pandemic curbs, India’s quarterly growth slows to 4%

India’s economic growth, hit by pandemic curbs and price increases, slowed to 4.1% in the January-March quarter, according to figures released yesterday by the government. It was

The Covidian Era

Well into year 3 of the Covidian Era, Macau Daily Times today marks 15 years of uninterrupted publication which should be a date of celebration and joy. It

Wednesday, June 1, 2022 – edition no. 4022

  * Wilfred Wong | Expats still needed in Macau * First freight train departs Guangzhou for Europe * Secretary Ao Ieong to Lawmakers | Local talent should eye GBA if jobless in

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