Ukraine’s Zelenskyy upbeat after talk with Xi

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy said he and Chinese leader Xi Jinping had a “long and meaningful” phone call yesterday , their first known contact since Russia invaded

China’s Ukraine plan mixes peace, self-interest

Chinese leader Xi Jinping’s plan to send an envoy to Ukraine allows his government to deflect criticism of its support for Moscow and pursue a bigger

Revamp of Green Villas at Coronel Mesquita approved with fewer restrictions than expected

The Urban Planning Committee (CPU) has greenlighted the project to transform the green villas at the Avenida do Coronel Mesquita in Macau into a commercial

Cognitive flexibility is essential to navigating a changing world – new research in mice shows how your brain learns new rules

Being flexible and learning to adapt when the world changes is something you practice every day. Whether you run into a new construction site and

China plans to allow foreign universities from SARs to independently operate in Hainan

China has released a plan to permit foreign higher education institutions and those from the Hong Kong and Macao special administrative regions and Taiwan to independently

CE meets Secretary-General for Economic and Global Issues of EU’s EEAS

On his last stop before returning to Macau, Chief Executive (CE) Ho Iat Seng met the Deputy Secretary-General for Economic and Global Issues for the European

Face-off: Philippines confronts China over sea claims

A Chinese coast guard ship blocked a Philippine patrol vessel steaming into a disputed shoal in the South China Sea, causing a frightening near-collision in the latest act

Ho Iat Seng meets China’s Ambassador to Belgium at European tour’s end

The Chief Executive Ho Iat Seng met with the Head of the Chinese Mission to the European Union (EU) Ambassador, Fu Cong, and the Ambassador

City sees 23 suicide cases in Q1

Macau has seen 23 suicides in the first quarter of this year, 16 men and eight women, aged between 18 and 92. This is eight

HKZMB expected to see 92,000 crossings in Golden Week

The Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macau Bridge is expecting approximately 92,000 passengers per day during the May Golden Week, according to Hong Kong’s Immigration Department. The Transport Bureau (DSAT) has coordinated with

GP Family Carnival postponed

The Macau Grand Prix Organizing Committee announced that the 70th Macau Grand Prix - Family Carnival, originally scheduled for April on 29 to 30, has been postponed due

March Hotel occupancy 77% amid growing tourist numbers

The average occupancy rate of guest rooms in March stood at 77%, the highest figure the sector has recorded so far in three years. The rates

IAM to set up collection points for large furniture

The Municipal Affairs Bureau (IAM) will establish 60 temporary collection points for large unwanted furniture items in the different districts of the city from May 1 to 7.

Projects on biotech, smart city present in entrepreneurship competition

The Bank of China Trophy One Million Dollar Macao Regional Entrepreneurship Competition was held at the University of Macau (UM) again this year. The shortlisted teams will compete

CPU members call for more balance in defining land purposes

The Land and Urban Construction Bureau (DSSCU) should be more balanced and not opt for a single and restrictive purpose when considering uses of land

Ferry numbers increased during Golden Week

Ferry operator TurboJet has announced increased services during the May Golden Week, with a new maximum of 66 daily trips to and from Hong Kong and Macau.

A petition to address unemployment

A group has handed a petition at the government Headquarters hoping the authority will focus on the unemployment problem and continue to introduce measures to benefit residents. “The

Authorities hold emergency response drills in environmental infrastructures

The Environmental Protection Services Bureau has conducted simulation exercises in the environmental infrastructures under its responsibility to prevent incidents caused by typhoons. The drills simulated public power grid

Take Our Kids to Work Day turns 30, hopes donations rebound

At Michigan State University, children of employees can spend today seeing what it’s like to staff a dairy farm, work in sports or plant a tree

Melco launches Mother’s Day spa promos

Melco has launched promotions for Mother’s Day, where Melco Style WeChat members will receive a gift when they make a dining reservation at Jade Dragon at City of Dreams

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