Local authorities are not yet trusting the optimistic words of the World Health Organization (WHO) director-general Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus who on Wednesday announced that the end
A survey titled “gig work and youth people in Macau at digital age” published by the Macao New Chinese Youth Association (MNCYA) shows that most people
The Macau Economic Association has announced that it expects the city’s Prosperity Index to remain at a low level – 1.8 or 1.9 points – from August
The Hong Kong Consumer Council has announced that it has detected various levels of food processing contaminants in 15 margarine samples that include products being
The Labour Affairs Bureau (DSAL) will host a youth employment fair at The Venetian Macao on October 8 and 9, offering nearly 1,000 vacant positions, the
Local authorities have no plans, for the time being, to reduce the border restrictions in place ahead of the National Day holiday “Golden Week,” which
The Youth Affairs Committee identified the winners of all of this year’s youth awards at its second plenary meeting of the year, which was held yesterday.
Two internship programs for local youth have provided a quota of 130 interns, of which, so far, 80 people have been approved, said Livelihood Affairs
Chinese President Xi Jinping and Russia‘s Vladimir Putin met for talks on boosting ties between their countries yesterday, an encounter that follows a major setback for
Philippine officials have warned of possible danger to aircraft and ships from debris from a new Chinese rocket launch that might fall in northern Philippine waters, authorities
China's Foreign Ministry accused the United States of violating its commitment to the “One China” principle and interfering in internal Chinese affairs yesterday, after the U.S.
The annual Sands Shopping Carnival has once again been a massive success as the city’s largest shopping festival, with this year’s event attracting more than 100,000 visits.
Samsung Electronics is shifting away from fossil fuels and aiming to entirely power its global operations with clean electricity by 2050, a challenging goal that
Australia's Prime Minister Anthony Albanese said King Charles III continuing to advocate for climate change action in his new apolitical role as monarch would be “perfectly
Pope Francis reaffirmed the critical value yesterday of interfaith dialogue to contrast the “folly of war,” even as one of his own bishops warned that Francis’ participation
Thousands of mourners lined up through the night to file past the coffin of Queen Elizabeth II in Parliament’s Westminster Hall yesterday as King Charles III
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