The Philippine Consulate General in Macau has moved out of its former premises, its home for the past 15 years, and is now occupying an office
The Fang Lijun Ceramic Works Exhibition began yesterday at Sands Gallery and will be open to the public daily, with free admission until June 24. The exhibition
The annual International Fireworks Display Contest will return in September after three years of suspension, head of the local tourism board confirmed yesterday. Maria
As Israel celebrates the 75th anniversary of its founding, and nearly a century and a half after the first Zionists came to Palestine from Europe, the core
Vong Hin Fai, the new head of the lawyers’ association, has provided assurance that interactions with both Portuguese and mainland legal circles will co-exist.
The life sentence imposed by China on a 78-year-old U.S. citizen, who was also a Hong Kong permanent resident, on spying charges shows the city should “stay
Macau ID holders will be able to undertake border crossings using a QR code generated as an auxiliary to the identification card in the future,
A scholar has published a new book on Macau, which explores the city’s recent transformation into the world’s most lucrative site for casino gaming and the city’s formative
The Progress in International Reading Literacy Study (PIRLS) 2021 International Report showed that Macau Primary Four students achieved reading performance scores similar to 2016 levels, and their reading
The Macao Government Tourism Office (MGTO), Metro Radio Hong-Kong and Metro Education have joined forces to host the “Explore Macao Student Experience” program, which resulted in around 60
A staple seafood species caught by East Coast fishers for centuries is experiencing overfishing, and regulators have cut catch quotas by more than 80% to prevent the
Sands China continues to expand its non-gaming experiences, launching the new Sands Performing Arts Program. The program aims to highlight performing arts in Macau, including national and overseas
Taipa Village Destination is unveiled the “Taipa Village Slogan Challenge,” an inclusive contest engaging the whole community in showcasing the essence of Taipa Village as Macau’s non-gaming destination.
Chinese leaders face pressure to shore up a slowing economic recovery and generate jobs after consumer spending and other activity in April were weaker than expected and a
Rescuers evacuated about 1,000 people trapped by seawater 3.6 meters deep along western Myanmar’s coast after a powerful cyclone injured hundreds and cut off communications. Six deaths
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau arrived in South Korea yesterday for a meeting with South Korean President Yoon Suk Yeol at which they are expected to
Russia’s top army general and his South African counterpart discussed “military cooperation” while meeting yesterday in Moscow, the Russian Defense Ministry said. The announcement
An audacious RAF bombing raid into the industrial heartland of Germany last night has wrecked three dams serving the Ruhr valley. The attack disrupted water and
Francis Ngannou’s reign as one of the top heavyweights in MMA will continue in the Professional Fighters League following the former champion’s contentious split with UFC.
Ukrainian air defenses thwarted an intense Russian air attack on Kyiv early yesterday, shooting down all 18 missiles aimed at the capital, officials said. Loud
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