Taiwan to resume international air transit service

Due to developments in Taiwan’s Covid-19 conditions, the island’s health agency has recently announced that international air transit services will resume from June 15. By

Residents slam gov’t for slow action on Guia Hill landslide warnings

Residents of the neighborhood where last Thursday’s Guia Hill landslide happened have criticized the Government for not heeding their warnings that such an incident could occur.

Macau Legend discloses plans to ‘adjust’ 16% worker placements

Speaking on the sidelines of an event, Melinda Chan, executive director and CEO of Macau Legend Development Limited, owner and operator of the Macau Fisherman’s Wharf, told the

CE confident on H2 economic recovery

The Chief Executive Ho Iat Seng has expressed his confidence in Macau’s economy picking up by the second half of the year. On Friday in Guangzhou,

Macao Art Festival concludes with 90% ticketing rate

Nearly 30,000 people participated in the programs and outreach activities of this year’s Macao Art Festival, which was themed “Invigorate.” “The overall ticketing rate

Olympic Sports Center’s pool closed following fire

A fire broke out in the carpark engine room of the Macau Olympic Aquatic Center around 8 p.m. on Saturday, causing the Sports Bureau (ID) to

Gov’t to adopt ‘10+7’ measure from June 15

The quarantine period for inbound travellers from overseas will be shortened from 14 days to 10 days, the government announced over the weekend. From June 15, individuals who meet

IC pledges to ‘realistically restore’ damaged four-century-old city wall

The Cultural Affairs Bureau (IC) has pledged that it will restore the severely damaged four-century-old city wall “following its original form, skills and materials.”

Vehicle smuggles 31 bottles of Moutai 

Law enforcement officers at the Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macao Bridge (HZMB) discovered a cross-boundary vehicle traveling from Macau to Guangdong smuggling 31 bottles of Moutai from Zhuhai highway port of

Beijing accuses US of trying to ‘hijack’ support in Asia

China's defense minister accused the United States yesterday of trying to “hijack” the support of countries in the Asia-Pacific region to turn them against Beijing, saying

Nine arrested after vicious assault on women in Hebei

Chinese authorities arrested nine people on suspicion of violently assaulting several women at a restaurant after surveillance footage of the attack sparked widespread outrage.

China earmarks 360 million yuan to support disaster relief

China last week allocated 360 million yuan (USD53.74 million) in advance from its central natural disaster relief funds to help local governments with flood control and

Ukraine’s leader says his troops keep defying predictions

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy said no one knows how long the war in his country will last but that Ukrainian forces are defying expectations by preventing

1991 Yeltsin wins first Russian elections

Boris Yeltsin is celebrating victory as Russia’s first popularly-elected president. The 60-year-old reformer and leader of the group Democratic Russia has inflicted a heavy defeat on the

Virtual Le Mans Series: A chance for Macau’s pilots?

24H Le Mans organizers have announced in the French town a virtual championship to be called “Virtual Le Mans Series.”  At this championship, the best

Toyota dominates again to win fifth straight 24 Hours Le Mans

Toyota won the 24 Hours Le Mans in the classic endurance race for the fifth straight time, with the No. 8 car finishing ahead of the

Russian-owned successor of McDonald’s opens in Moscow

Three months after McDonald’s suspended operations in Russia, hundreds of people streamed into its famous former outlet on Moscow’s Pushkin Square as the restaurant reopened yesterday under a

‘Enough is enough’: Thousands demand new gun safety laws

Thousands of people rallied on the National Mall and across the United States on Saturday in a renewed push for gun control measures after recent deadly mass shootings from Uvalde, Texas,

The leadership ‘imprisoned’ by the zero-Covid policy

The Chinese government is committed to eradicating covid internally by maintaining endless waves of mass testing, tracking the contacts of those infected (through the use of metadata), locking down numerous

Monday, June 13, 2022 – edition no. 4029

— Taiwan reopens for transit on same day Macau quarantine shortened to 10 days, increasing foreign arrival options for SAR * Guia Hill landslide | Residents disappointed over gov’t’s slow action *

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