Despite no specific date, HK gov’t works to resume ferry to Macau

Even after nearly three years of suspension, ferry services between Macau and Hong Kong downtown show no sign of resuming service. The terminals in downtown Hong

Visitors slowly return, 61,901 recorded over New Year’s weekend

There has been an increase in visitors to Macau over the holiday period. During the three-day New Year’s weekend (Dec. 31 to Jan. 2),

Macau eases Covid rules, casinos yet to rebound

The city has endured some of the world’s strictest anti-virus controls for nearly three years, and a loosening of border restrictions after China rolled back its “zero-Covid”

HK airport’s administrator in attempt to buy in Zhuhai airport

Zhuhai airport’s assets may be acquired by its de-facto administrator, the Hong Kong Airport Authority (HKAA), local media has reported. From October 2006, the airport,

Korea, Taiwan join growing list of countries and regions requiring NAT of Macau arrivals

South Korea and Taiwan are adding extra restrictions on either all or certain entrants from Macau, due to the Covid-19 outbreak occurring in this region.

Beijing threatens response to ‘unacceptable’ virus measures

The Chinese government blasted COVID-19 testing requirements imposed on passengers from China and threatened countermeasures against countries involved, which include the U.S. and several European nations.

Casinos close 2022 with MOP42.2b in GGR, 51% drop from 2021

2022 has become the worst year for casinos since 2004 due to the city’s strict Covid-19 restrictions that has kept gamblers away. In 2021, which

Macau diocese to offer requiem mass for Benedict XVI

The Diocese of Macau will offer a Requiem Mass for Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI in the Cathedral on January 5 at 7 p.m. The German

Ho Iat Seng pledges to boost efforts for economy in NY message

Multiple advantages for the development of the Macau SAR are set to emerge in 2023, Chief Executive Ho Iat Seng has said in his New Year message. 

Lawyer José Manuel Rodrigues passes away

Local lawyer and former lawmaker José Manuel de Oliveira Rodrigues passed away on Jan. 2 aged 70, after a prolonged illness, the family revealed yesterday.

Alexis Tam retires, Lúcia Santos appointed to roles

Alexis Tam has filed for retirement after 33 years in the Macau civil service. Tam had been head of the Macao Economic and Commercial Delegation

Set Sail with MGM this Weekend – “Sailing Fun Day”

The "2023 MGM Macao International Regatta" is nearly upon us. This sailing extravaganza is organized by the Sports Bureau of the Macao SAR Government and Ursa Major Sailing Event Management,

Troubles aside, Xi says China on ‘right side of history’

China “stands on the right side of history,” the country’s leader Xi Jinping said last weekend in a New Year’s address that came as questions swirl

Philippines’ Marcos Jr. heads to Beijing amid sea disputes

Philippine President Ferdinand Marcos Jr. flew to China yesterday for a three-day state visit, saying he looks forward to his meeting with Chinese leader Xi Jinping as

Embrace a Bright New Year with MGM

A brand new year begins at the cue of auspicious firecrackers crackling away, while a bright-colored lion dance ushers in good fortune and prosperity for all. Commencing on

Benedict’s admirers keep streaming to St. Peter’s Square to honor him

For a second day, lines of people wanting to honor Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI ‘s service to the Catholic church snaked around St. Peter’s Square yesterday

1951 Communist forces to re-take Seoul

Chinese and North Korean troops are reported to be close to capturing the South Korean capital of Seoul for the second time since the war began last

Ronaldo’s Saudi move tipped to increase eyes on Asian soccer

When Cristiano Ronaldo is presented by Saudi Arabian club Al-Nassr today in Riyadh, it will kick off a new era in Asian soccer. Al-Nassr announced

Brazil prepares to bury Pelé in city he made soccer mecca

Forty-five years after Pelé played his last game, it’s hard to imagine modern soccer, or Brazil, without him. Geovana Sarmento, 17, waited in the

Survey finds bleak outlook for Japanese companies in 2023

Major Japanese companies have grown more pessimistic about the economy, given higher costs and a weaker yen, according to a survey by Kyodo News. The survey of

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