Macau, Hong Kong favored by Chinese tourists; Asian hopes fizzle

The Chinese territories of Macau and Hong Kong appear to be the most favored destinations, according to travel agencies. Just days before Sunday’s start of the

Tourism bureau inspected skyrocketing hotel prices

The issue of skyrocketing hotel room prices during the Lunar New Year holiday period has been rectified, Maria Helena de Senna Fernandes, director of the Macao Government

Local man scams three in over MOP435,000 used to gamble

A The first alleged victim, who first reported the matter to the PJ, said the suspect had offered him the opportunity to invest in construction

HK tourists find Outer Harbor ferry more convenient than Pac On or HKZMB

The ferry between Macau’s Outer Harbor Ferry Terminal and Sheung Wan in Hong Kong resumed yesterday with the first ferry from Hong Kong arriving in

Hong Kong to scrap isolation rule for new cases

Hong Kong will scrap its mandatory isolation rule for people infected with COVID-19 starting Jan. 30 as part of its strategy to return the semi-autonomous Chinese

Kung Hei Fat Choi! Year of the Rabbit – Predictions

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In Macau, China the CNY is the Year of the Rabbit, elsewhere is the Year of the Cat

On Sunday, January 22, 2023, more than a billion people globally will welcome the Year of the Rabbit – or the Year of Cat, depending

Tourism trade expects CNY hotel occupancy to reach 90%

Cheung Kin Chung, president of Macau Hoteliers & Innkeepers Association, expects most of the city’s hotels to be fully occupied during Lunar New Year. While

Drug bureau seizes unapproved Covid generic medicine

Primovir, a generic medicine for treating Covid-19 patients, has been seized in a shop near Border Gate, the Drug Supervision and Administration Bureau has announced. The bureau noted

Proposals on archive declassification under review

The government is reviewing proposals on file declassification in the Archive Bill, which a parliamentary committee is considering. According to President Vong Hin Fai of

Applicants question FSS’s lack of online application for Covid subsidy

  The fund’s offices have seen long queues since early January when local workers started to recover from Covid-19. Yesterday, the Taipa Government Service Center saw

Three wins in four matches added to Black Bears’ campaign in ABL

After a slow start in the Singapore round of the 2023 ASEAN Basketball League (ABL) invitational tournament, the Macau Black Bears have improved their performance

Food stall wins awards for CNY fair young tenants

A The awards, co-organized by the Economic and Technological Development Bureau (DSEDT) and the Macau Youth Entrepreneurship Association (YEA), offer cash prizes for the best

Melco promotes physical and mental wellness through Reach! athlete nurturing program

In alignment with the Macao SAR government’s emphasis on promoting physical and mental wellbeing, Melco Resorts & Entertainment has developed and launched its Reach! athlete nurturing program

Beijing accuses ‘some Western media’ of coverage bias

China yesterday accused “some Western media” of bias, smears and political manipulation in their coverage of China’s abrupt ending of its strict “zero-COVID” policy, as it

Bangkok’s new passenger train terminal starts operations

Thailand ushered in a new age of train travel yesterday Southeast Asia’s biggest railway station officially began operations. The government says the huge, modern development on

Fashion sneakers propel sustainable rubber in Amazon

Rubber tapper Raimundo Mendes de Barros prepares to leave his home, surrounded by rainforest, for an errand in the Brazilian Amazon city of Xapuri. He slides

1961 John F Kennedy sworn in as US president

The Democrat John F Kennedy has been sworn in as the youngest ever elected president of the United States. The 43-year-old Roman Catholic was inaugurated as the

Premier Jacinda Ardern, an icon to many, to step down

New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Arden, who became a global icon of the left and exemplified a new style of leadership, said yesterday that she would leave

FM Wong ‘deeply troubled’ by Chinese espionage case

Australia's foreign minister said yesterday her government was “deeply troubled” by the delays in China resolving espionage allegations against Chinese-Australian Yang Hengjun, while a supporter said the

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