A ‘barbed wire curtain’ rises in Europe amid war in Ukraine

The long border between Finland and Russia runs through thick forests and is marked only by wooden posts with low fences meant to stop stray cattle. Soon, a stronger, higher fence will be erected on parts of the frontier.

Gov’t assures reliability of future Cotai hospital

Chief Executive Ho Iat Seng indicated his reliance on the future Islands Hospital Complex to solve most – if not all – existing difficulties facing Macau

CE says no phased plans made for land auctions

No jurisdiction will make phased planning for land auctions, Chief Executive Ho Iat Seng said in response to lawmaker Leong Hong Sai’s questions yesterday.

Science, technology awards presented to boost innovation

The presentation ceremony of Macau Science and Technology Awards was held yesterday, with 22 projects and 30 graduate students awarded for their scientific and research achievements

Cross-border NAT validity reduced to 24 hours

The nucleic acid test (NAT) validity for cross- border travelers was reduced again to 24 hours from yesterday due to the emergence of fresh Covid-19 cases in

One case locks down Peking University

Chinese authorities locked down a major university in Beijing yesterday after finding one COVID-19 case as they stick to a “zero-COVID” approach despite growing public discontent.

Gov’t to ‘unswervingly’ safeguard national security in 2023

The Macau government will continue to safeguard national security in the coming year, Chief Executive Ho Iat Seng said Tuesday when delivering a policy address for the

Leong aiming ‘hat-trick’ on home turf

With the hard task of replacing the most emblematic race of Macau – the Formula 3 – the Formula 4 (F4) race is making its third consecutive

First-ever TCR Asia Challenge goes national

One of the most emblematic events of the local Grand Prix each year is the Guia Race of Macau for touring cars. The race has been

Macau will see a new two-wheel king this year

In a much-anticipated return to the local Grand Prix (GP) program, the Macau Motorcycle GP is finally back after a two-year absence caused by the restrictions imposed

The return of the champions

One of the biggest surprises yet of this year’s edition of the Macau Grand Prix (GP) is the return of several GT cars’ former winners to the

69 MACAU GRAND PRIX | November 17 (Thursday)

06:30 ~ 07:00 Circuit Inspection 07:30 ~ 08:15 Macau Motorcycle Grand Prix - 54th Edition - Free Practice 08:30 ~ 08:55 SJM Macau Roadsport Challenge - Free Practice

Paul Baker steps down as GLP president in latest string of casino veterans’ exits

Paul Baker has stepped down from his post as president of Grand Lisboa Palace (GLP), after leading SJM’s Cotai flagship property since 2018. The exit comes

Asian region continues to occupy largest share of residents’ investments

The Asian region has continued to occupy the largest share of Macau residents’ external portfolio investments at 53.8%. The rest was mainly placed in the North

Broadway, Rocks Hotel designated for red code holders

Broadway Hotel and Rocks Hotel have been designated as quarantine venues for red health code holders, authorities announced yesterday. The addition of these quarantine venues comes amid

Immerse Lingnan Culture into Our Daily Life

Lion prancing to a drumbeat, cymbals, gongs crashing, and drums pounding together, let's witness the essence of the Lion Dance prestige performance! To showcase the tremendously competitive art and traditional

Existing services see slight suspension as BOC (Macau) opens

As Bank of China (BOC) opens a subsidiary in Macau next Monday, certain services will be briefly suspended to cope with the transformation, bank executives

S.Korean leader urges China to play larger North role

South Korean President Yoon Suk Yeol asked China to play a more active, constructive role in curbing the nuclear threat from North Korea when he met Chinese

US, China climate envoys meet at summit in Egypt

U.S. climate envoy John Kerry met yesterday with his Chinese counterpart at annual United Nations climate negotiations in Egypt in a further hint of improving

Poland, NATO say missile landing wasn’t Russian attack

Poland said yesterday there is “absolutely no indication” that a missile which came down in Polish farmland, killing two people, was a intentional attack on the

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