74% students have poor sleep quality: Research

Research shows 37% of interviewed middle school students sleep more than seven hours, and 25% sleep fewer than six hours. Students who cannot fall asleep within 30

‘Invisible’ Monet, Leon, was key to impressionism

Behind some great men, there is a bigger brother. Claude Monet’s older sibling is the focus of a landmark Paris exhibit illuminating the hitherto unknown role

Kenyan athletes return to Macau runs for the 10K

Two Kenyan runners will take part in the 2023 Sands China Macao International 10K event due to occur this Sunday morning. The two athletes, one in

Beijing merges HK, Macau Affairs Office

The Central Committee of the Chinese Communist Party and the State Council has established the Hong Kong and Macau Affairs Office of the Central Committee

Baidu unveils ChatGPT-rival Ernie Bot; 650 companies sign up

Chinese search giant Baidu unveiled its artificial intelligence chatbot Ernie Bot, presenting its rival to the Microsoft-backed ChatGPT in a pre-recorded video presentation yesterday that appeared

Edmund Ho: Quality development does not always equal advanced technology

At a seminar hosted by Beijing’s representative in Macau yesterday, former Chief Executive Edmund Ho highlighted the unnecessary conflation of quality development and advanced technology.

PAL to resume flights to Macau in May 

Flag carrier Philippine Airlines (PAL) has announced the airline will resume regular flights between Manila and Macau, and will ramp up the frequency of flights between Manila and Beijing, China,

Lawmaker deems improving workplace injury compensation needed

Lawmaker Ella Lei is seeking, in her latest written inquiry, reviews on laws concerning workplace accidents and occupational diseases to expand protection for laborers.

Volleyball Nations League to only return to Macau in 2024

The FIVB Volleyball Women’s Nations League (VNL) is likely to return to Macau next year, the president of Sports Bureau (ID), Pun Weng Kun, told

Security secretary emphasizes individual efforts in stopping scams

A mid the police’s crackdown efforts, Secretary for Security Wong Sio Chak has emphasized in a blog post the importance of individual efforts in stopping

ID not fully aware of big six proposals for sports

Speaking to the media on the sidelines of the launching of this year’s Dragon Boat Races event, the Sports Bureau (ID) president, Pun Weng Kun, said the entity

Taiwan chip pioneer warns US plans will boost costs

U.S. government efforts to shift production of processor chips from Asia to the United States will double their cost and slow the spread of their use

Beijing says US spreading disinformation, suppressing TikTok

  China accused the United States yesterday of spreading disinformation and suppressing TikTok following reports that the Biden administration was calling for its Chinese owners to sell

Japan, South Korea renew ties at Tokyo summit

Japan and South Korea agreed to resume regular visits between their leaders and took steps to resolve a trade dispute as a highly anticipated summit began yesterday,

With Saudi deals, US, China battle for influence in Mideast

In a matter of days, Saudi Arabia carried out blockbuster agreements with the world’s two leading powers — China and the United States. Riyadh signed a

1968 Anti-Vietnam demo turns violent

More than 200 people have been arrested after thousands of demonstrators clashed in an anti-Vietnam war protest outside the United States embassy in London. The St

U2 documentary marred by an oddball American

David Letterman joins Bono and The Edge in a new streaming documentary about U2 and one obvious question soon jumps out: What exactly is David Letterman

The Legazpi 1050M  Sand

2023-03-18 | Sat | 16:05 Organic Winner can continue to improve in this coming Saturday’s sand race, he has been tumbled to a suitable grade

Musk brought internet to Brazil’s Amazon. Criminals love it.

Brazilian federal agents aboard three helicopters descended on an illegal mining site earlier this week in the Amazon rainforest. They were met with gunfire, and the

Credit Suisse shares soar after central bank aid announced

Credit Suisse’s shares soared 30% yesterday after it announced it will move to shore up its finances by borrowing up to nearly $54 billion from the Swiss central

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