Russia’s Lavrov treated at hospital, Indonesian officials say

Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov was taken to the hospital because of a health concern following his arrival for the Group of 20 summit in Bali, multiple Indonesian authorities said today (Monday). Russia denied that he had been hospitalized.

Xi, Biden seek to ‘manage differences’ in meeting

President Joe Biden and Chinese President Xi Jinping opened their first in-person meeting today (Monday) since the U.S. president took office nearly two years ago, aiming to “manage” differences between the superpowers as they compete for global influence amid increasing economic and security tensions.

New 5+3 quarantine rule, extends isolation period to eight days

The new quarantine rule commenced in Macau from midnight on Saturday (November 12) and effectively extends the isolation period of those arriving in Macau from Covid-19

MPay’s traffic peaked 20 times over 11.11 promos

Mpay has launched multiple promotional activities to coincide with China’s biggest online shopping festival, known as Singles’ Day, causing its online payment traffic to peak up to

Investment plans reach MOP100 billion amid recovery uncertainties

The investment plans of future gaming concessionaires cumulatively amount to a staggering MOP100 billion amid uncertainties surrounding the city’s full border opening. According to a TDM

Sandwich-class housing eligible for private sales after 16 years

Private sales of the proposed sandwich-class housing units will not be permitted within 16 years of the initial purchase, after which a land premium payment will

69th Macau Grand Prix officially inaugurated, Pun hopes tickets will sell-out

The 69th Macau Grand Prix officially kicked off on Saturday with an opening ceremony featuring many of the racers. The racing action will start Thursday morning.

Macau hosts expos of automobiles, yachts, business aircraft

An expo of automobiles opened Friday together with those of yachts and business aircraft in the city to showcase products made in dozens of countries and

China eases some quarantine for travelers even as cases rise

Travelers arriving in China will spend less time in quarantine under changes to sweeping anti-virus controls announced Friday to reduce disruptions to the economy and society.

Survey 50% of respondents believe public officials have high leadership skills

A survey conducted by the Macau Civil Servants Federation found that 50% of 1,838 respondents believe that public officials display advanced leadership skills in the creation and implementation

MUST witnesses launch of self-designed satellite

The Macau University of Science and Technology (MUST) organized a live screening session on the launch of the Tianzhou 5 cargo spaceship, which, in this mission, carried the

China’s Xi, out of Covid bubble, faces changed world at G-20

After a lengthy absence from major international gatherings, Chinese leader Xi Jinping is leaving his country’s COVID-19 bubble and venturing abroad this week into a dramatically

Biden to meet China’s Xi today for Taiwan, Russia talks

President Joe Biden will meet today with President Xi Jinping on the sidelines of next week’s Group of 20 Summit in Bali, Indonesia, a face-to-face meeting that

Southeast Asian leaders: Region no proxy for any powers

Indonesia's president vowed yesterday not to let Southeast Asia become the front lines of a new Cold War amid increasing tensions between the United States and China,

Japan minister quits over execution remark, PM delays trip

Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida delayed his departure for three upcoming summits in Southeast Asia on Friday to sack and replace his justice minister, who was

Ukraine FM: Moscow playing ‘hunger games’ with world

Ukraine’s Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba pressed Southeast Asian countries for political and material support in his county’s fight against Russia, while accusing Moscow on Saturday of playing “hunger

2000 Fuel protesters rally for tax cut

Convoys of lorries and tractors have converged on the capitals of England and Scotland to mark the 60-day deadline for government action to cut fuel tax.

Funds vanish at bankrupt crypto exchange FTX; probe underway

Collapsed cryptocurrency trading firm FTX confirmed there was “unauthorized access” to its accounts, hours after the company filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection Friday. The embattled

Twitter Blue signups unavailable after raft of fake accounts

Twitter’s relaunched premium service — which grants blue-check “verification” labels to anyone willing to pay $8 a month — was unavailable Friday after the social

China’s muted Singles’ Day shopping fest expects slow growth

China’s biggest online shopping festival, known as Singles’ Day, is typically an extravagant affair as Chinese e-commerce firms like Alibaba and ramp up marketing campaigns and

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