Local scholars consider gov’t pandemic response ‘faultless’

The fact that Macau is a densely populated touristic city and, when compared with other countries or territories with a similar profile, has a much lower

Pandemic measures causing GDP collapse

Economists are sounding the alarm over the Gross Domestic Product (GDP) results for Macau this year. On the line seem to be the pandemic prevention

New Crown boss Carruthers ‘not banking’ on Chinese high rollers returning to Australia

Crown Resorts’ new chief executive Ciaran Carruthers said the Australian casino giant is not banking on Chinese high rollers returning to Australia to boost its bottom

Zhuhai mulls allowing Macau public transport to operate on Hengqin

In the future, public transport vehicles in Macau may be allowed to enter and operate in Hengqin, following the elimination of quotas for Macau private light vehicles

Chengdu enforces strict lockdown despite earthquake

Authorities in southwestern China’s Chengdu have maintained strict COVID-19 lockdown measures on the city of 21 million despite a major earthquake that killed at least 65

IC to ‘support’ Pui Ching administration building revamp

President Leong Wai Man of the Cultural Affairs Bureau (IC) disclosed yesterday the government would support the restoration of a private school’s administration building. The

Hong Kong environmentalists ‘jealous’ of Macau plastic ban

Hong Kong “has fallen behind Macau” in banning single-use plastic tableware, green campaigners have said. Critics quoted by the South China Morning Post yesterday said the Hong

IC reaffirms legality of demolition of Guia Hill wall

Officials at the Cultural Affairs Bureau (IC) are remaining firm on the legality of the disassembly of the 400-year-old city wall on Guia Hill, despite no

Tsai cites threat of Chinese ‘cognitive warfare’

Taiwanese leader Tsai Ing-wen said yesterday that China is conducting “cognitive warfare” by spreading misinformation in addition to its regular incursions into nearby waters and airspace

East Timorese leader flies to Australia for critical talks

East Timor’s President Jose Ramos-Horta is scheduled to arrive in Australia yesterday for a state visit as negotiations over lucrative gas resources reach a critical stage for

Australia says its navy can resume visits to Solomon Islands

Australia said yesterday its navy ships have been given clearance to resume visits to the Solomon Islands, which had last week announced a temporary block on

Kim’s N.Korea supplying Russia with weapons: US reports

The Russian Ministry of Defense is in the process of purchasing millions of rockets and artillery shells from North Korea for its ongoing fight in

1992 Troops kill 24 at ANC rally

At least 24 people have been killed and 150 injured when soldiers fired on an African National Congress demonstration on the border of Ciskei in South Africa.

US airlines count on business travelers to keep recovery going

With summer vacations winding down, airlines are counting on the return of more business travelers to keep their pandemic recovery going into the fall. Air

Melco’s in-house program wins global accolade

Melco Resorts & Entertainment’s in-house training program “Morpheus Moments – Whatever It Takes, Whenever, However” has won the top ATD 2022 Excellence in Practice Award by the Association for

Swiss retailer rolls out ‘coffee balls’ to replace capsules

Swiss retailer Migros said yesterday that it is launching a coffeemaking system designed to replace capsules that produce thousands of tons of waste worldwide each year. The

Champions League is a group-stage sprint; marathon to final

In this unusual season for European soccer, the World Cup in Qatar has split the Champions League into a sprint and a marathon. The group

Three rescued dolphins swim free from Indonesia sanctuary

Three bottlenose dolphins were released into the open sea in Indonesia last week after years of being confined for the amusement of tourists who would touch

Boris Johnson arrives at Queen’s estate to offer resignation

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has arrived at Queen Elizabeth II’s estate in Scotland to formally offer his resignation to pave the way for  Johnson will finally leave office

Sign of rebounding militarism

The defense budget request made by Japan’s Defense Ministry on Wednesday is the largest ever. If approved, it will continue the country’s soaring military spending over the past

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