Xi talks with Putin over phone: No direct mention of Ukraine

Chinese President Xi Jinping this afternoon (Wednesday) held a phone conversation with his Russian counterpart, Vladimir Putin, Xinhua reported a few minutes ago. It was Xi's second phone call with

Victim of pandemic, floating restaurant towed away

A landmark floating restaurant that fed Cantonese cuisine and seafood to Queen Elizabeth II, Tom Cruise and millions of other diners was towed from the Hong Kong

City mayor apologizes over lockdown response

The mayor of a northeastern Chinese city on the North Korean border that has been under lockdown for more than 50 days has apologized for failures

MGTO expects no tourist influx amidst ‘10+7’ quarantine shift

No great influx of tourists is anticipated, despite the city shortening quarantine-upon-arrival from today, the city’s head tourism official said yesterday. On the sidelines of

Lawmaker questions gov’t on high number of migrant workers

Lawmaker José Pereira Coutinho is again insisting that the government clarify the high number of non-resident workers in the city, citing that half of the working

Prosperity Index estimated to run low from June to August

Based on a series of factors, the Macau Economic Association (MEA) has estimated that the city’s Prosperity Index will be dissatisfactory between June and August.

World shares steady after Wall Street sinks into bear market

Shares opened mostly higher in Europe yesterday and Asian shares recovered from the worst of their losses following Wall Street’s tumble into what’s called a bear

Contaminated infant formula not imported in Macau

The Pharmaceutical Administration (ISAF) has clarified that, following the inspection of the Abbott infant formula milk sold in Macau, they did not find any contamination of the product.

The new ‘Taipau’ area: Developments, doubts, and constraints

Named officially in the Macau Urban Master Plan (UMP) as “Taipa’s Northern Area 1,” the project of the new landfills comprising Zone C and D had

Amagao Gallery unveils exhibition to celebrate Portuguese artists

Amagao Gallery has unveiled its new art exhibition ‘Lusografia’ at Artyzen Grand Lapa Macau, featuring a total of 70 art works from 24 Portuguese artists.

No entry permit required for foreigners arriving from the mainland

Foreigners who hold a temporary residency permit or a special permit to stay in the SAR will be allowed to enter the city from the

Macau returnees may find few flights via Taiwan

It may not be easy for returnees to Macau to find flights back home via Taiwan, despite Taiwan’s reopening to international transit. Although the local

Gov’t stresses monitoring repair work of Guia Hill landslide

Local authorities said that relevant services have contacted the tenants of the affected units caused by the landslide that occurred near the back of the Ka

Gov’t warns of unauthorized financial institutions 

 The Monetary Authority of Macao (AMCM) alerts the public that Indo Market, Global Indonesia Market and Loja de Conveniência Iao Kei are not authorized to carry

Court convicts lawyer, dozens of others of treason

A Cambodian American lawyer and dozens of members of a now-dissolved opposition party were convicted of treason yesterday in a trial that was the latest move to

Worries about economy grow amid truckers’ strike

South Korea’s prime minister warned yesterday that the disruption of cargo transport could cause “irrecoverable” damages on the country’s economy, as a nationwide truckers’ strike

War isn’t funny but humor helps Ukrainians cope with trauma

Because he’ll shortly be deployed as a soldier on the battlefields of Ukraine, Serhiy Lipko and Anastasia Zukhvala chose to marry first, like a growing number

2000 British marines leave Sierra Leone

The major contingent of the British military task force sent to help restore order in the West African state of Sierra Leone has left the country. 

Costa Rica, New Zealand to play off for last World Cup place

Government workers in Costa Rica will be given extra time off for lunch to watch their national team take on New Zealand in a playoff to decide the last

Congo military accuses Rwanda of invasion; rebels seize town

Congo’s military accused Rwanda of “no less than an invasion” after M23 rebels captured a key town yesterday . The military vowed that Congolese forces

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