Central gov’t to issue RMB3b in bonds, aiming to internationalize RMB

The central government is once again issuing government RMB- denominated bonds in Macau. This time, the issuance has a face value of RMB3 billion and will take place next

Transport Bureau has no plan to right roadside EV charger wrongs

The Transport Bureau (DSAT) has no plans to change laws to allow electric vehicles (EVs) to park and charge legally in roadside parking spots. The

FAOM lawmaker calls for better monitoring of cultural heritage

Lawmaker Ella Lei has asked the government to completely review the implementation of the Cultural Heritage Protection Law to enhance relevant policymaking. She pointed out that,

Suicidal tendencies grow over pandemic, young women at higher risk

The Covid-19 pandemic impacts, particularly during the periods of more severe restrictions, have not only contributed to an increase in the number of suicides as

Gorbachev mourned as rare world leader but some still bitter

The passing of Mikhail Gorbachev, the last leader of the Soviet Union and for many the man who restored democracy to then-communist-ruled European nations, was mourned

Survey finds more residents in favor of cash handouts than e-consumption

A recent survey conducted by the General Union of Neighborhood Associations of Macao (UGAMM) found that a large majority of the residents surveyed would prefer that

Suspected illegal worker numbers at record low in June, July

Authorities detected 28 suspected illegal workers in the city during both June and July, the lowest figure reported so far this year. Normally, authorities would report an

Ron Lam urges gov’t to pay for micro to medium enterprises’ NAT

Lawmaker Ron Lam has delivered a spoken inquiry calling on the government to ease the burden on micro, small and medium enterprises (MSMEs) who currently need

PJ: Intelligence interception can avoid national security risks

A mid the ongoing public consultation on the national security law, a resident has asked in yesterday’s TDM Macau Forum why the interception of intelligence communications

Nearly MOP90,000 losses in scam

Two victims are reported to have lost a total of MOP88,880 to scams in August this year, according to the Judiciary Police (PJ). The

Taiwan forces fire at drones flying over island near China

Taiwan's military fired warning shots at drones from China flying over its outposts just off the Chinese coastline, underscoring heightened tensions and the self-ruled island’s resolve

Buffett’s company trims its stake in Chinese EV maker BYD

Warren Buffett’s company has trimmed its stake in Chinese electric car and battery maker BYD for the first time since it bought the shares in 2008,

Seeking arms buildup, ministry makes opaque budget request

Japan's Defense Ministry made a budget request for the coming year yesterday without specifying the costs of missiles for preemptive strikes and dozens of other weapons as

Government asks navies not to send ships pending review

The Solomon Islands yesterday asked countries to not send naval vessels to the South Pacific nation until approval processes are overhauled, amid concerns over a new

1939 Germany invades Poland

German forces have invaded Poland and its planes have bombed Polish cities, including the capital, Warsaw. The attack comes without any warning or declaration of war.

2023 Nissan Leaf vs. 2023 Chevy Bolt EV

Shopper interest in electric vehicles, or EVs, is rising. According to data from the Pew Research Center in 2021, 40% of non-EV owners are very or

Sands Resorts Macao invites Zhuhai residents to ‘Experience Macao, Unlimited’

Sands Resorts Macao participated in the ‘Experience Macao, Unlimited’ Caravan Roadshow Series across the Greater Bay Area, hosted by the SAR government to attract more tourists to Macau and propel

Imperial Court at MGM Macau presents flavors of abalone

This September, Imperial Court at MGM Macau will welcome the fall season with an exquisite abalone menu, presenting a line-up of crafted delicacies featuring the crown of seafood. Homan

Wesley Fofana joins Chelsea from Leicester for $87M

Wesley Fofana became one of the most expensive defenders in soccer history after securing a move to Chelsea from Premier League rival Leicester for a reported

Hong Kong fields first against India in Asia Cup

Underdog Hong Kong won the toss and elected to field against mighty India in the Asia Cup yesterday. Hong Kong qualified for the Asia Cup

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