China suspends visas for South Koreans in apparent virus retaliation

China suspended visas today (Tuesday) for South Koreans to come to the country for tourism or business in apparent retaliation for COVID-19 testing requirements on Chinese travelers.

‘No amnesty!’: Brazilian protests demand jail for rioters

“No amnesty! No amnesty! No amnesty!”
The chant reverberated off the walls of the jam-packed hall at the University of Sao Paulo’s law college Monday [yesterday, Macau time]. Hours later, it was the rallying cry for thousands of Brazilians who streamed into the streets of Rio de Janeiro and Sao Paulo, penned on protest posters and banners.

With high hopes, kingdom welcomes Chinese tourists’ return

Three Cabinet ministers welcomed Chinese tourists with flowers and gifts as they arrived yesterday at Bangkok’s Suvarnabhumi Airport after China relaxed travel restrictions. The high-profile event

Blackpink adds Macau show in Asia leg of world tour

K-pop group Blackpink is slated to perform their “Born Pink” world tour on May 20 and 21 at the 16,000-capacity Galaxy Arena,becoming the first foreign group to

Big Boys, Zhongshan, and LC Sailing Team win 2023 Regatta

Big Boys Sailing Team, Zhongshan Sailing Team, and LC Sailing Team have won this year’s MGM Macao International Regatta respectively in the categories of Macao Cup

Labor bureau to retain job-matching as main employment strategy

More job-matching sessions are expected to begin this year with the aim of lowering the local unemployment rate to a pre-Covid level, Chan Un Tong, vice

Currency exchange scams are back

The Judiciary Police (PJ) has recorded over the last weekend a total of three cases of scams in currency exchange related to casino activities in

Authorities seek to punish pro-Bolsonaro rioters

The protesters were seeking military intervention to either restore the far-right Bolsonaro to power or oust the newly inaugurated leftist Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva in

Bonjour subsidiary ordered to dissolve

A The judgment was handed down yesterday morning, Hong Kong media reported yesterday. The Hong Kong High Court declared bankrupt the founder of Hop Fung

Japan, Germany impose Covid rules on travelers from Macau

Japan and Germany have joined a growing list of countries and regions requiring travelers from Macau to take a Covid-19 test prior to boarding their flight, as China battles

City records highest number of tourists since June outbreak

Macau has logged its highest number of tourist arrivals on Jan.8 since the outbreak in June, recording nearly 40,000 visitors. Jan.8 was the day the

Discussion on assisted reproduction kicks off

The sourcing of gametes and details of donations were the core of the first parliamentary committee meeting discussing the city’s first medically assisted reproduction technology bill. Yesterday, the

GBA: Hengqin’s Haiqin Bridge opened to traffic

Recently, Hengqin’s Haiqin Bridge was opened to traffic. So far, Hengqin Financial Island has completed the construction of five bridges for entry/exit. It marks that the area

Parliamentary committee ponders sandwich-class housing role in overall policy

The parliamentary committee responsible for the sandwich-class housing bill has requested clarification on the relation between the types of housing and the overall housing policy.

Residential prices still on the decrease

The overall residential property price index for September to November 2022 decreased by 0.2% over the previous period (August - October 2022), at 249.8, recent data

China holds large-scale joint strike drills aimed at Taiwan

The Chinese military held large-scale joint combat strike drills starting Sunday, sending war planes and navy vessels toward Taiwan, both the Chinese and Taiwanese defense ministries said. The

Pfizer’s Paxlovid not included in China’s national insurance

China’s health care authorities declined to include Pfizer’s COVID-19 treatment drug in a national reimbursement list that would have allowed patients to get it at a cheaper

New foreign minister Qin heads to Africa for first trip

China’s new Foreign Minister Qin Gang is starting his term with a weeklong trip to five African countries, the Foreign Ministry announced yesterday. Qin, who until

Defense chief quits in latest security shakeup

The acting Philippine defense chief has resigned, officials said yesterday, in the latest in a series of top-level changes in the country’s security establishment that has sparked

1996 King of Jordan in historic Tel Aviv visit

King Hussein of Jordan has made his first public visit to Israel’s largest city, Tel Aviv, in the latest indication of the new warmth between the two

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