Gaming sector suffers from outbreak aftermath as slumps continue in August

Macau's gross gaming revenue fell to MOP2.19 billion in August, a plunge of 50.7% year-on-year, as the city struggles with the aftermath of its largest outbreak

Border reopening to 41 countries for economic reasons

The decision to reopen Macau’s borders to visitors of 41 countries has not been solely based on a pandemic risk evaluation, but also relates to spending and

DSAL to hold career expo amid high unemployment rate

The Macau government is promoting measures to help local residents find employment due to the high unemployment rate.  Between January to March, the

Ho Iat Seng’s FDCT member designation criticized, fund defends decision

Lawmaker José Pereira Coutinho has slammed Chief Executive Ho Iat Seng’s act of appointing his son to the Science and Technology Development Fund (FDCT), but

Beijing rejects UN report on Uyghur abuses in Xinjiang

China has denounced a long-delayed U.N. report that was released over its protest and that says the government’s arbitrary detention of Uyghurs and other mostly Muslim

Cost of NAT lowered to mop45

The price of nucleic acid tests (NAT) for those who need to cross the border was reduced from 50 to 45 patacas yesterday.  The

Local tours extended to December

Due to the popularity of “Stay, Dine and See Macao” activities, the Macao Government Tourism Office (MGTO) has decided to extend the period of operation

DSEDJ: Schools welcomed back some 50,000 students in new academic year

Local schools have resumed classes yesterday, welcoming some 50,000 students in the new academic year. “Over 50 schools with a combined 50,000 students welcomed

Cheoc Van pool closed 54% of season, reasons vary

The Cheoc Van Swimming Pool, a facility under the management and supervision of the Sports Bureau (ID), has been closed for over 54% of the

Gov’t still mulling details of next MOP10b subsidies

In reply to a lawmaker’s enquiry, head of the Financial Services Bureau (DSF), Iong Kong Leong, has affirmed that the government is still gathering public opinion on

Authorities lock down 21 million in Chengdu in outbreak

Chinese authorities have locked down Chengdu, a southwestern city of 21 million people, following a spike in COVID-19 cases. Residents have been ordered to stay home,

China, Russia hold key to North’s denuclearization: Seoul

China and Russia’s reluctance to toughen U.N. sanctions on North Korea is “the biggest challenge” facing efforts to eliminate the North’s nuclear arsenal, a top South Korean

It’s back to school in Ukraine – but far from normal

The first day of school in Ukraine won’t include children sharing memories of fun vacations with their families. Their stories are of surviving war. For many,

1979 Ripper suspected of 12th murder

Police have discovered the body of a young woman - thought to be the 12th victim of the “Yorkshire Ripper” - in an alleyway near the centre of Bradford.

In ‘Honk for Jesus,’ a megachurch mockumentary

Regina Hall and Sterling K. Brown give fully committed performances in “Honk for Jesus. Save Your Soul,” so why does the film lack faith in itself?

Exploring heritage

This month, Grand Lisboa Palace Resort Macau showcases the cultural heritage of authentic Taishi dishes. Cantonese restaurant Palace Garden will present a Taishi Dinner Menu.

Macron vows to prevent Russia from winning war in Ukraine

French President Emmanuel Macron ysterday pledged to keep up France’s humanitarian, economic and military support to Ukraine and to bolster European unity as a way to

China demands US drop tech export curbs after Nvidia warning

The Chinese government yesterday called on Washington to repeal its technology export curbs after chip designer Nvidia Corp. said a new product might be delayed and some work

Washington’s latest attempt at technological hegemony will prompt China to sharpen tools

Washington has intensified its efforts to put a speed limiter on China’s technological capabilities. In its latest attempt to impose a “technological blockade” on China, it has informed

Friday, September 2, 2022 – edition no. 4087

— Gaming slumps continue in August as concessionaires prepare for bid * Covid-19 | Border reopening to 41 countries for economic reasons: Gov’t * Due to the high unemployment rate, the government

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