Biden discusses Taiwan with Xi in effort to avoid ‘conflict’

President Joe Biden objected to China’s “coercive and increasingly aggressive actions” toward Taiwan and raised “human rights concerns” about Xinjiang, Tibet, and Hong Kong during his

New cases will not affect upcoming large-scale events

The city’s most recent Covid cases reported yesterday will have no effect on upcoming events including the Grand Prix, Macau Food Festival, as well as the

Association identifies economy as central public concern

With the economy at the center of public discussion, a survey has discovered that residents want adjustments to the cash handout policy. The Choi In Tong

Lawmaker questions green light for high rise residences near Nova Grand

In his latest written inquiry, lawmaker Ron Lam questioned the criteria used by the Urban Planning Committee (CPU) in passing the controversial planning draft for

Trade unionist lawmakers defend conformity to mainland Covid-19 measures

With the red-code period for arrivals being extended from seven to eight days, trade unionist lawmaker Lam Lon Wai has insisted that following mainland Covid-19 standards would be

Ukraine war, US-China tensions loom over big Bali summit

A showdown between Presidents Joe Biden and Vladimir Putin isn’t happening, but fallout from Russia’s invasion of Ukraine and growing tensions between China and the West will be

FMCC charity gala raises MOP61,000

The France Macau Chamber of Commerce (FMCC) 2022 Charity Gala Dinner has raised a total of MOP61,000 to support the city’s drug rehabilitation center. Themed “Around the World

Hengqin announces tax incentives for augmented-reality enterprises

Development of the metaverse industry will be further advanced with tax incentives, the Guangdong-Macao In-Depth Cooperation Zone in Hengqin bureaus of Finance, Taxation, and Economic Development announced

Body found decomposing in apparent suicide

Two women have been found dead separately, one of whom was a senior citizen whose body was found decomposing. A statement from the Judiciary Police

Albanese takes ‘goodwill’ into meeting with Xi

Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese said yesterday he will soon meet Chinese President Xi Jinping for the first face-to-face talks between the nations’ leaders in five

Protest song played for HK rugby team in Incheon stadium

The South Korean organizers of a regional rugby tournament have apologized for mistakenly playing a song embraced by Hong Kong pro-democracy protesters as China’s national anthem, an

1977 Princess Anne gives birth to Master Phillips

Princess Anne has given birth to a boy - the first royal baby to be born a commoner for more than 500 years. Both baby and

New Zealand targets cow burps to help reduce global warming

How do you stop a cow from burping? It might sound like the start of a humorous riddle, but it’s the subject of a

Melco restaurants receive accolade from

Melco Resorts & Entertainment announces that Jade Dragon, its signature Cantonese fine-dining restaurant at City of Dreams, continues to uphold its status as Macau’s one and only

Shoppes at Londoner honored as ‘RLI Most Innovative Retail & Tourism Destination 2022’

Shoppes at Londoner has been honored as the ‘Most Innovative Retail & Tourism Destination 2022’ at the prestigious ‘Global RLI Awards 2022’. The grand award

All Blacks blow 14-0 start in comeback win over Scotland

Scotland 23, New Zealand 31 New Zealand remained undefeated against Scotland after a win at Murrayfield that was closer than the 31-23 scoreline suggested yesterday .

Zelenskyy calls liberation of Kherson ‘beginning of the end’

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy made a triumphant visit to the newly liberated city of Kherson yesterday, hailing the Russian withdrawal as the “beginning of the end

G20 Summit a chance to recalibrate Sino-US ties

The international community hopes the G20 Summit in Bali, Indonesia, on Tuesday and Wednesday will help ease global troubles by addressing burning issues such as how to safeguard

Tuesday, November 15, 2022 – edition no. 4133

— to avoid conflict in the strait * Zero impact | New cases will not affect upcoming large-scale events * It’s the economy — Association’s survey identifies economic recovery as central public concern

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