Macau casino revenues surge 33% in February as recovery continues

Macau’s gross gaming revenue surged to MOP10.32 billion in February as the sector is benefits from the city's easing of restrictions since early January. The figure is up 33.1% year-on-year, according

Cooperation Zone launches support measures for Macau companies

The Executive Committee of the Guangdong-Macao In-Depth Cooperation Zone in Hengqin published a series of measures yesterday aimed at Macau companies to support their establishment in

Health Only 18% of local respondents own critical illness insurance plan

A In case of a serious illness, 70% of Macau respondents said their family members would pay for medical expenses, compared to 28% in Hong

Personal data office warns of possible criminality of doxing

Doxing may be considered cyberbullying and violators may face criminal prosecutions, the Personal Data Protection Office (GPDP) stressed in a statement yesterday. Doxing uncovers personal

New Construction Health & Safety Laws allow TNR as safety officers

The new laws that regulate the health and safety of workers in construction sites have passed the Legislative Assembly (AL). Although all lawmakers have

Beijing purging ‘Western erroneous views’ from legal education

China has ordered closer adherence to the dictates of the ruling Communist Party and leader Xi Jinping in legal education, demanding that schools “oppose and resist

Horta e Mitra Market vendors request subsidies during revamp

As Horta e Mitra Market will see its renovation starting this month, all of its vendors will temporarily suspend operations but some would like to

Cross-border vehicle traffic surges in January

Macau’s cross-border vehicle traffic in January grew by 45% year on year to 430,011 trips, the city’s statistical service said yesterday. The latest report from the Statistics and

New civil servants’ regime adds flexibility, eyeing Hengqin

The new regime established by the statute of civil servants passed its final reading at the Legislative Assembly (AL). The proposal to amend the

National Security Bill wiretapping provision differs from existing provisions

Government officials assured a parliamentary committee yesterday that wiretapping provisions in the National Security Amendment Bill are different from existing ones. The First Standing Committee of

Woman loses 100k in investment scam

A According to the disclosed part of her testimony provided to the police, on Feb. 2, she came across a man on a chat app. The

Belarus leader and Putin ally Lukashenko on China visit

Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko, a close ally of Russian leader Vladimir Putin, is due in Beijing to begin a three-day state visit this week as geopolitical

Marcos Jr. urges military to focus on South China Sea

The Philippine president said the main mission of his country’s military has changed to ensure the protection of its territory as disputes with China and U.S.-China rivalry

Kim calls for unity to boost grain production

Korean ruler Kim Jong Un called for stronger public solidarity behind his leadership to increase the country’s grain production significantly, state media reported yesterday, amid outside

Coronavirus origins still a mystery three years into pandemic

A crucial question has eluded governments and health agencies around the world since the COVID-19 pandemic began: Did the virus originate in animals or leak from a Chinese

1966 Britain to go decimal in 1971

The Chancellor of the Exchequer, James Callaghan, has confirmed the “historic and momentous” decision to change over to decimal coinage. It was just one of a

For man behind gene-edited babies, a rocky return to science

Five years ago, scientist He Jiankui shocked his peers and the world with claims that he created the first genetically edited babies. Now, after serving three

Serbia grabs the last spot in World Cup field

The Basketball World Cup field is now filled, with Serbia grabbing the last spot in this summer’s 32-team tournament. Serbia clinched the berth with a 101-83

Police look for evidence in slain model Abby Choi’s case

Hong Kong police began searching a landfill yesterday for evidence related to the grisly killing of model Abby Choi, whose dismembered body parts were found in a

New China US committee debuts with eye on major policy shifts

A special House committee dedicated to countering China will make its debut today, the opening act in what lawmakers hope will be a robust effort to overcome partisan

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