‘Macao Science 1’ space exploration satellites pave way for collaborative endeavors

  China sent two satellites of “Macao Science 1,” a space exploration program, into space yesterday. The China National Space Administration (CNSA) said that the satellites were

Individual creditor rights among debate topics at casino credit bill first reading

Ron Lam, Pereira Coutinho and Leong Sun Iok – the latter being a trade unionist – questioned the government about the bill’s future effectiveness in protecting creditors.

Why is sanctioning the call to vote BNS a political mistake?

The Final Report on Electoral Activities for the 2021 legislative elections was recently released by the Commission of Electoral Affairs (CAEAL). I will not comment

Greater Bay Area leads in China’s overseas invention patents licensed: report

A report on the patent index regarding the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area was released at a forum held on Saturday in south China’s Guangdong Province. The report on

Lawmaker says better supervision on spending card binding needed

The government should order financial institutions to implement stricter or more secure measures when their payment cards are bound to consumption platforms, lawmaker Ron Lam

G7 urges China to press Russia to end war in Ukraine, respect Taiwan’s status, fair trade rules

The Group of Seven wealthy democracies united in urging China to pressure its strategic partner Russia to end its war on Ukraine and resolve territorial disputes

Coefficients for land premium calculations to be updated

Land premiums shall see their coefficients for calculations amended in a later Chief Executive Dispatch, André Cheong, spokesperson of the Executive Council (ExCo), announced to a

IAM carries out inspections pre-typhoon season

The Municipal Affairs Bureau (IAM)has carried out inspections in low-lying areas and cleared sewers, municipal pumping stations, rainwater catch-pits, open channels and other facilities in

City records over 2,100 Covid-19 cases in four days

The government’s Covid-19 center announced over the weekend that it restarted daily announcements of infection figures yesterday “to better reflect the community reality Covid-19 infections.” From May

IPIM sees increase in one-stop service users

The Macao Trade and Investment Promotion Institute’s (IPIM) “one-stop” service for investors received 101 new investment plans in the first quarter of 2023, an increase of 38% year-on-year,

Restaurant, retail businesses continue to rise in March

Restaurants and retail businesses in Macau continued to rise in March from the same period of last year. The latest report from the Statistics and Census Service indicated

Composite CPI up 0.85% in April

The SAR’s composite consumer price index (CPI) grew 0.85% year-on-year to 104.43 in April, according to the latest report from the Statistics and Census Service. The increase was

Alibaba approves cloud computing unit spin-off

Alibaba plans to spin-off of its cloud computing business and said last week that its logistics and grocery units will explore initial public offerings as the

Microsoft says China approves its plan to buy video game-maker

Microsoft said that China has unconditionally approved its plan to buy video game company Activision Blizzard, even as the deal still faces antitrust opposition in the

MUST students score accolade in 39th Mathematical Contest in Modeling

Under the guidance of their professor Cai Zhanchuan, the undergraduate students Yu Ziqiao, Zhu Yingqi and Tang Qingfeng from the School of Computer Science and Engineering, within the

Sands launches singing, dancing contest application for Sands Shopping Carnival

As part of the 2023 Sands Shopping Carnival, an application campaign for the new K-POP Dance Competition event and the return of the Karaoke King Singing Competition has

Authorities say 11 people killed in Vietnam border road, highlighting human smuggling

Chinese authorities say 11 people were killed in a road accident Friday along the China-Vietnam border, including nine Vietnamese citizens. The incident highlights the persistence

Low-income tenants lack options as old mobile home parks are razed

Alondra Ruiz Vazquez and her husband were comfortable in Periwinkle Mobile Home Park for a decade, feeling lucky to own their mobile home and pay about $450

1969 Apollo 10 gets bird’s eye view of Moon

Two US astronauts aboard Apollo 10 are on their way back to the safety of their mother ship after their lunar module came to within eight nautical

Nuggets on brink of NBA Finals with 119-108 win over Lakers in Game 3

Nikola Jokic was far from his usual dominant self while mired in foul trouble, and Jamal Murray cooled off after his scorching first half. The Denver Nuggets’

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