GGR down 68% y-o-y as casinos burn millions in cash daily

Macau's gaming industry is still suffering from a slump in revenues, registering a 68% year-on-year drop in its May income as casinos burn millions of dollars of cash

Shanghai starts coming back to life as lockdown eases

Traffic, pedestrians and joggers reappeared on the streets of Shanghai yesterday as China’s largest city began returning to normalcy amid the easing of a strict

NAT validity extended to seven days

The nucleic acid test (NAT) validity for individuals entering Macau from Guangdong Province has been extended from 72 hours to seven days from today, The Novel Coronavirus

New government includes record 13 women ministers

Australia's new government sworn yesterday includes a record 13 women, including the first female Muslim to serve in the role and the second Indigenous person named

MP indicts five residents over involvement in MOP1.1b laundering

Five Macau residents who are currently detained over suspected cross-border money laundering that involves MOP1.1 billion patacas were accused of money laundering and criminal organisation crimes, according to

Two children injured in domestic assault cases

Two children have been put under medical care after allegedly facing domestic assault in two separate settings, the Judiciary Police announced yesterday. Despite similarities in

The Asian Canadian gay activist whose theories on sexuality were decades ahead of their time

Laurie Marhoefer University of Washington Historians are rediscovering one of the most important LGBTQ activists of the early 20th Century – an Asian Canadian

SSM warns of rising vape consumption among students

A study conducted by the Health Bureau (SSM) shows a 4% rate of e-cigarette consumption by students aged between 13 and 15, up 1.4 percentage points from 2.6% in

CE meets with new Liaison Office director

The Chief Executive, Ho Iat Seng, met with the newly appointed director of the Liaison Office of the Central People’s Government in the SAR, Zheng Xincong, at

Second court eases sentence on Kun Iam Temple violators

The Court of Second Instance (TSI) has decided to partially drop accusations, and so eased sentences on two convicted violators of the Kun Iam Temple.

Wang Yi’s Pacific tour continues in Vanuatu

China's Foreign Minister Wang Yi arrived in Vanuatu yesterday for talks as he continued his regional island-hopping tour two days after failing to ink an ambitious

Accusations fly after bombing kills one, injures nine

Myanmar's military government and its opponents traded accusations over a bomb that exploded in the middle of the country’s largest city, Yangon, killing one and wounding nine

Biden says US sending medium-range rocket systems to Ukraine

The Biden administration says it will send Ukraine a small number of high-tech, medium-range rocket systems, a critical weapon that Ukrainian leaders have been begging for

1953 Queen Elizabeth takes coronation oath

Queen Elizabeth II has been crowned at a coronation ceremony in Westminster Abbey in London. In front of more than 8,000 guests, including prime ministers and heads of state

China’s Russia dealings irk US, but don’t breach sanctions

China's support for Russia through oil and gas purchases is irking Washington and raising the risk of U.S. retaliation, foreign observers say, though they see

Serie A champion Milan to be sold to RedBird for USD1.3B

Serie A champion AC Milan is on the verge of being sold to American investment firm RedBird Capital Partners for 1.2 billion euros ($1.3 billion) after

Hinckley nears full freedom 41 years after shooting Reagan

A federal judge is set to preside over an important hearing for John Hinckley, the man who shot President Ronald Reagan in 1981 and is on the verge

Russia’s Navalny says he faces new criminal charges

Russia’s opposition leader Alexei Navalny said that he is facing new criminal accusations that could extend his current nine-year prison term. Navalny said on Instagram that an

China, US have much to gain from healthy competition 

Delivering a speech at the George Washington University on May 26, US Secretary of State Antony Blinken reaffirmed the Joe Biden administration’s “3C” policy toward China: cooperate, compete

Thursday, June 2, 2022 – edition no. 4023

  * Casinos burn millions in cash daily * Covid-19 | NAT validity extended to seven days * Covid-19 Shanghai resumes life after lockdown * Two children have been put under medical care after

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