China to reopen to tourists, resume all visas today

China will reopen its borders to tourists and resume issuing all visas today as it tries to revive tourism and its economy following a three-year halt during

Pulitzer Prize-winning author happy to see people ‘thrive’ in Macau

A former journalist who first visited Macau some 40 years ago has said he was happy to see people in Macau “thrive,” although he likes the year-1979 Macau

Why SVB and Signature Bank failed so fast – and the crisis isn’t over yet

Silicon Valley Bank and Signature Bank failed with enormous speed – so quickly that they could be textbook cases of classic bank runs, in which too

Crime Three women accused in scam, money laundering amounting to MOP5.5 million

Three non-resident workers from Vietnam are being accused of participation in a so-called pig butchering scam or romance scam that swindled 5.5 million patacas from

Subway seeks buyer, impact on franchisees unexplained

Subway, the American sandwich chain that went global, has reportedly been put up for sale after nearly six decades of family ownership. The news first

Court: Incorrect wealth declaration in housing application constitutes forgery

The top court has ruled that making erroneous or fraudulent income and asset declarations during government housing applications will constitute forgery. It is another

Gov’t monitoring hotel prices

Authorities have pledged to monitor the prices of hotel rooms on online platforms to ensure room rates remain at reasonable prices, the Macao Government Tourism Office (MGTO) has

Hengqin, Macau co-organize business promotion in three regions

From March 12 to 21, Macau and the Guangdong-Macao In-depth Cooperation Zone in Hengqin will hold joint investment promotion Delegation events in Indonesia, Singapore, and Malaysia. This 10-day investment promotion campaign aims to intruducing Hengqin and

Murder at Florida Inn might have been ordered

The murder of a 45-year-old local woman at a small inn located in an alley that connects with the Avenida de Almeida Ribeiro in Macau’s central

Beijing says AUKUS on ‘dangerous path’ with nuclear subs deal

The United States, Australia and the United Kingdom are traveling “further down the wrong and dangerous path for their own geopolitical self-interest,” China’s Foreign Ministry said

‘Villain hitting’ ritual draws crowds

People holding a grudge may have found a way to release it in Hong Kong’s “villain hitting” ritual. To relieve themselves from a bad

Activists urge UN Security Council to refer military rulers to court

Human rights activists urged the U.N. Security Council yesterday to refer Myanmar’s military rulers to the International Criminal Court and urged neighboring Southeast Asian countries to support

Defense minister nuclear subs needed to counter militarization

Australia's defense minister said yesterday a deal to buy nuclear-powered attack submarines from the United States was necessary to counter the biggest conventional military buildup in the

Lula meets with Indigenous in Amazon, pledges lands

On his first trip to Indigenous land in the Amazon rainforest since taking office, Brazilian President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva expressed support for creating new territories

1962 Liberals seize Orpington

The Liberals have seized Orpington from the government in their first by-election victory for four years. Eric Lubbock won the seat with a majority of 7,855,

Bill to legalize sports wagering clears Kentucky House

A bill to legalize sports betting in Kentucky won House passage yesterday , setting up a Senate showdown on a proposal that creates divisions among the

Madrid tries to avoid Liverpool comeback in Champions League

Thursday, 4:00 Real Madrid v Liverpool H 2.36, D 4.1, A2.9 Real Madrid got used to pulling off dramatic comebacks in the

How this little see-through fish gets its rainbow shimmer

You can see right through this little aquarium fish from Thailand: Its skin is almost completely transparent. But when the light hits it just right, its body

Ukraine: Objects of war become new normal in Kyiv scenery

There are sandbags around the statues and anti-tank obstacles by the side of the streets, trenches in the nearby forests and land mine warnings in the woods.

Chinese Dream  gets a new team

The one and a half hour long news conference of Premier Li Qiang on the concluding day of the annual session of the 14th National People’s Congress, China’s

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