Mid-Autumn Festival suffers from low arrivals

 The three-day Mid-Autumn Festival has brought 46,727 visitors to the city, a figure that is considered low for one of the most important holidays in the second

Gaming employee numbers continue decline

The number of workers in the gaming sector has continued to decline, with figures plunging to 53,592 full-time employees in the second quarter of the year.

Building a brand while building a community

Catalyzed by the pandemic, Bella Horner finally decided to act on her long-held wish of creating a fashion-related business, and so her swimwear brand Alta Bella

Wong Sio Chak: Gov’t guidelines not necessary for the press on national security

Secretary for Security Wong Sio Chak has put off a request for guidelines for the media on external collaboration within the press, calling

Liu Xianfa: Macau will have a stronger role in China-Lusophone relations

As China further develops the Belt and Road initiative, Macau’s function as the bridge and link between China and the Lusophone world is sure to become

Xi to visit central Asia in first trip abroad since pandemic

China's leader Xi Jinping will travel to Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan starting Wednesday in his first trip abroad since the early days of the pandemic two years ago. China’s

Guia Lighthouse protection lobby asks gov’t to honor promises by past administrations

The government should fulfill its promise of better protection of the views of the Guia Lighthouse made by its predecessors, a representative of the Concern

Retailers hopeful for revenue boost from shopping event despite cautious spenders

Sands China’s 2022 Sands Shopping Carnival concluded yesterday, providing a free business platform for local small and medium enterprises (SMEs) in turmoil due to the lingering

Gov’t launches self-service renewal for blue cards

Authorities are launching a self-service renewal process for non-resident workers’ identification cards, following the introduction of the new blue card last year. Eligible non-residents holding

Death toll from earthquake rises to 93

The death toll from a major earthquake in western China rose to 93 as the search for survivors continued, authorities said. A magnitude 6.8 quake

China quarantines college students under strict policy

Almost 500 students at China’s premier college for broadcast journalists have been sent to a quarantine center after a handful of COVID-19 cases were detected in

Okinawa reelects governor opposing heavy US troop presence

Okinawa's incumbent governor who opposes an ongoing U.S. Marine base relocation forced by Japan’s central government and calls for a further reduction of American troops on the

Conservative Muslims protest Indonesian fuel price hikes

Hundreds of conservative Muslims marched in Indonesia’s capital yesterday demanding that the government revoke its decision to raise fuel prices, saying it hurts people already reeling

Pope heads to Kazakh interfaith congress, without patriarch

Pope Francis had hoped his trip to Kazakhstan this week would offer a chance to meet with the head of the Russian Orthodox Church — who

1993 Rabin and Arafat shake on peace deal

The Prime Minister of Israel, Yitzhak Rabin, and the PLO leader, Yasser Arafat, have shaken hands before cheering crowds on the White House lawn in Washington. The

Union Berlin moves top of Bundesliga for first time

Union Berlin 1, Cologne 0 American forward Jordan Pefok had a penalty saved but Union Berlin held on to win 1-0 at previously unbeaten Cologne to

Charles III pledges to follow queen’s example of selfless duty

King Charles III pledged yesterday to follow his late mother’s example of “selfless duty” as he addressed lawmakers from both houses of parliament in London

Americans give health care system failing mark: AP-NORC poll

The majority of adults in the U.S. that health care is not handled well in the country, according to a new poll from The Associated Press-NORC Center for

New page begins for Central Asia and China

From Sept 14 to 16, President Xi Jinping will attend the 22nd Meeting of the Council of Heads of State of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization in Samarkand, Uzbekistan,

Tuesday, September 13, 2022 – edition no. 4093

— The three-day Mid-Autumn Festival has brought 46,000 visitors to the city, a low figure for a traditional holiday * Employment | Gaming employee numbers continue decline * Alta Bella | Building

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