Typhoon Saola appears to cause only light damage

The passage of typhoon Saola through Macau has caused less impact than expected, the Secretary for Security and Commander of Civil Protection task force, Wong Sio

7th documentary film festival to open with Venice Golden Lion winning film

The Macao International Documentary Film Festival (MOIDF) will return for its seventh edition from Sep. 8 to 24, with a Venice Film Festival Golden Lion winning film

Lawmaker criticizes current suicide prevention mechanism for being reactive

Macau's current suicide prevention mechanism is too passive, does not help the situation and instead causes stress for response teams, lawmaker Ron Lam has criticized in

Taiwan suspends work, transport and classes as island braces for arrival of Typhoon Haikui

Taiwan suspended flights, rail transport and ferry services along with classes, outdoor events, and officials urged workers to stay home as the island prepared for the arrival

Melco: Operational capacity in place to meet growing customer demand

Labour supply issues at Melco have now mostly been resolved as Melco opens its doors wider to meet the growing customer demand in Macau, chairman

Bus service directly to HK airport below expectations

The newly inaugurated bus service that is servicing the Macau Port of the Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macao Bridge to the Hong Kong International Airport Sky Pier is currently less

LRT sees over 9,000 daily passengers in August

The average daily passenger volume of the Macau LRT Taipa Line increased to 9,150 passengers in August, a month-on-month increase of 1,650 passengers. The figure represents the highest

Forum on women’s empowerment held in Macau

A forum on empowering women was held in the SAR on Saturday, focusing on the well-being of women today and how they can make further improvements. Guests from

Congress of returned overseas Chinese concludes in Beijing

The 11th national congress of returned overseas Chinese people and their relatives concluded in Beijing yesterday. Cai Qi, a member of the Standing Committee of the Political Bureau

Delegation of Australian ministers to visit China in further sign of improving ties

A delegation of Australian federal ministers will attend a high-level dialogue in Beijing this week in a further sign of a warming of relations after a years-

Aspiring Taiwan leader Terry Gou resigns from board of Apple supplier Foxconn

Aspiring Taiwanese leader Terry Gou has resigned from the board of Foxconn, the Apple supplier he founded nearly a half-century ago. The company, officially registered

India launches a spacecraft to study the sun after successful landing near the moon’s south pole

India launched its first space mission to study the sun on Saturday, less than two weeks after a successful uncrewed landing near the south polar region

N. Korea fires cruise missiles into the sea after US-S. Korean military drills end

North Korea launched several cruise missiles into the sea Saturday, South Korea’s military said, extending its weapons testing activities in response to the United States-South

Pope joins shamans, monks and evangelicals to highlight Mongolia’s faith diversity

With China’s crackdown on religious minorities as a backdrop, Pope Francis joined Mongolian shamans, Buddhist monks and a Russian Orthodox priest yesterday to highlight the role that

1997 Suicide bombings put peace visit in doubt

Eight people have been killed and over 150 injured in a series of suicide bomb attacks in the centre of Jerusalem. The three bombers -

South Sudan to represent Africa, Japan to represent Asia in Paris Olympic

It was a chant that Luol Deng waited years to lead. He stood along the side of the South Sudan locker room after their run in the World Cup

Nobel Foundation withdraws invitation to Russia, Belarus and Iran to attend ceremonies

The Nobel Foundation on Saturday withdrew its invitation for representatives of Russia, Belarus and Iran to attend this year’s Nobel Prize award ceremonies after the decision announced

AI project imagines adult faces of children who disappeared during Argentina’s military dictatorship

If a baby was taken from their parents four decades ago during Argentina’s military dictatorship, what would that person look like today? Argentine publicist Santiago Barros has

Monday, September 4, 2023 – edition no. 4322

— Over 3,000 evacuated as Typhoon Saola, the fourth strongest typhoon to hit in six years, passes the city; impact less severe than expected * Bigger than Vegas | August GGR

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