Chang makes history winning his first F4 race in Macau

Local racer Andy Chang won his first Macau Grand Prix yesterday, continuing the path laid by Charles Leong (in third position) who won the first two

Gov’t refutes possible mass testing over new cases, Harbourview cordoned off

The recent Covid-19 cases do not pose a great risk to the community, thereby reducing the need for mass testing and district lockdowns, Secretary for Social

SAR’s bleak scenario continues as GDP contracts 33% in Q3

The SAR’s gross domestic product (GDP) plunged 33.4% year-on-year in the third quarter of this year as the city battled its largest outbreak since 2020.

IAS: Database of 6,200 older adults living alone compiled since 2018

The Social Welfare Bureau (IAS) has compiled a database of approximately 6,200 older adults living alone or as couples since 2018. The bureau released the

Macau to elect deputies to national legislature in December

The Macau government will elect 12 deputies to the 14th National People’s Congress (NPC), China’s top legislature, on Dec. 12, according to a decision by the

Local filmmakers lose to big names at Golden Horse Awards

Kissing the Ground You Walked On, a locally-made film that competed in the Taipei Golden Horse Awards, lost its three nominations to big names in the

Visitor expenditure drops 40% in Q3

Total visitor spending (excluding gaming expenses) dropped 39.7% year-on-year to MOP2.90 billion in the third quarter, dragged down by a 50% decline in visitor arrivals amid the pandemic.

Kiang Wu Nursing College to host centenary open day at new Cotai campus

An open day is among the events the Kiang Wu Nursing College of Macau (KWNC) will host at its new Cotai campus for its centenary

Court rules wider perspectives needed to evaluate cohabitation status

The Court of Second Instance (TSI) has suggested broader considerations as it overruled the Secretary for Security’s decision nullifying a married immigrant’s visa due to the

MUST academics picked by data company among world’s top highly-cited

Four academics from the Macau University of Science and Technology (MUST) have recently been listed as highly cited global researchers by a data science company,

Engel wins bittersweet Macau GT Cup

German driver Maro Engel extended his list of triumphs in Macau this weekend winning both races of the Macau GT Cup. Despite the impressive outcome, the wins have left

Souza scores double-win in Guia Race

Local racer Filipe de Souza has won both legs of this year’s edition of the Macau Guia Race for touring cars. At the wheel of

Mitsubishis dominate Roadsport challenge

Local racers Chan Chi Ha and Chu Hiu Fong won race 2 and race 1, respectively of the Macau Roadsport challenge event this year. Both racers,

Liang scores double-win in GBA GT Cup

Liang Jia Tong dominated the weekend in a Lamborghini Huracan STO in the Greater Bay Area (GBA) GT Cup for GT4 and GTC cars, taking both

Kostamo wins in troubled return of Motorcycle GP

One of the main race favorites, Finn Erno Kostamo, has justified his status and won this year’s edition of the Macau Motorcycle Grand Prix. But

Huff scores one more win, Zhang takes the final race

British racer Rob Huff, returning to Macau this year, added one more win to his portfolio. The manner in which he drove his MG5 XPower TCR

China, US officials to attend Southeast Asia defense meeting

The defense chiefs of rival powers China and the U.S. will both attend the expanded meeting of Southeast Asian security ministers in Cambodia, opening up the

China announces first Covid-19 death in almost six months

China yesterday announced its first new death from COVID-19 in nearly half a year as strict new measures are imposed in Beijing and across the country

VP Harris to visit front-line Philippine island in sea feud

Vice President Kamala Harris will underscore America’s commitment to defending treaty ally the Philippines with a visit that started yesterday and involves flying to an island province

Two rival blocs race to form Malaysia’s next government

The two biggest winners of Malaysia’s general elections were competing yesterday to hammer out alliances to form a government after tightly-fought general elections failed to produce

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