Macau lifts Covid-19 entry restrictions

Macau is slated to lift entry restrictions from Jan. 8, Sunday, ending a nearly three-year long Covid-19 restriction, the government announced in a press conference today (Thursday). The city's borders have

A Sweeten Spectacular of Arts and Living Co-created with “Sugar King” of China

As we embark on a new year, MGM joins hands with Zhou Yi, a master in Chinese fondant art who is also crowned as the “Sugar King” of China, to

On-site ticketing service for Golden Bus resumes

Passengers traveling to and from Hong Kong and Macau via the Golden Bus will no longer need to purchase tickets online. The public shuttle bus operator between the two

Plan for new school village in Zone A raises concerns at CPU meeting

The issuing of the urban conditions plan (PCU) for the land plot B1 of Zone A of the new landfills has raised several questions from

MGM stages Macau debut for Chinese ‘sugar king’

Arguably China’s pioneer in fondant sculpture art, Zhou Yi will stage his first solo exhibition at MGM Cotai, with five of about 10 pieces exclusively made

Black Bears lose against Saigon Heat in the first abl match

The Macau Black Bears basketball team has lost its first match of this year’s ASEAN Basketball League (ABL) invitational championship. The Bears, the only professional

Tourism board to further attract Hong Kong visitors

More promotions will attract visitors from Hong Kong amid border normalization within the region, Maria Helena de Senna Fernandes, director of the Macao Government Tourism Office

Parliament’s committee wants lower alcoholic drinks consistency threshold

The parliamentary committee in discussing the consumable alcohol bill considered the indicator level proposed by the government to be too high. Currently, the government

EU, Beijing heading for collision over China’s Covid crisis

The European Union and China yesterday moved closer to a political standoff over the COVID-19 crisis, with Beijing vehemently rejecting travel restrictions some EU nations

Future of Taipa’s former tire park land subject to public consultation

The public will be consulted about the land plot on which the government has previously announced it would build a public leisure facility known as the

Int’l regatta to set sail today

A total of 35 teams will compete for the title of three championships of the 2023 MGM Macao International Regatta from today to Jan. 8. The competition comprises the

Iao Hon Leisure area to be replaced by public housing tower

The current leisure area of the Rua Oito do Iao Hon will soon be replaced by a 90 meter high residential tower as part of the

November events reduce unemployment rate

The number of big events in November boosted the demand for labor in November, slightly lowering the general unemployment rate to 3.7%. Data from the

Junket operators steadily diminishing

The number of gaming operators in Macau continues to fall, recording a drop of 21.7% in 2022, data from the Gaming Inspection and Coordination Bureau shows.

Chinese regulators approve capital expansion for Ant Group

Chinese regulators have said e-commerce giant Alibaba’s finance affiliate Ant Group can raise $1.5 billion for its consumer finance unit in an important step forward after the

PM Kishida vows deeper alliance with US on defense

Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida yesterday pledged to deepen his country’s alliance with the United States under Japan’s new defense policy that breaks from its exclusively self-defense-only

Authorities seek to cleanse police force of drug ties

The Philippines’ interior secretary announced yesterday he has asked all police generals and full colonels to submit their courtesy resignation to clean the ranks of ties to

Army leader touts election plan on Independence Day

Myanmar's ruling military leader, Senior Gen. Min Aung Hlaing, detailed plans for an election later this year and called for national unity in a speech yesterday

Russia says phone use allowed Ukraine to target its troops

Unauthorized use of cell phones by Russian soldiers led to a deadly Ukrainian rocket attack on the facility where they were stationed, according to the Russian military,

1985 Israel ends major Ethiopian rescue mission

Israel has airlifted thousands of Jewish Ethiopian refugees out of Sudan, it has emerged. Operation Moses, which has been taking place in secret since 21

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