Malaysia holds first National Day in city to boost ties with GBA

Malaysia has held its National Day Reception in the SAR for the first time to show that Macau has a “significant role to play between Malaysia and

11th Yao Foundation Charity Game staged for the first time in Macau

The 11th annual charity basketball match organized by the Yao Foundation, founded by former NBA star Yao Ming, took place in Macau over the weekend.

Andaz opens doors as integral part of Galaxy MICE complex

The 700-plus room Andaz Macau, operated by Hyatt, opened last Friday as an integral part of the Galaxy International Convention Centre (GICC). With two towers

GP Museum soon to feature paintings from Joao Saldanha’s ‘GP Legends’ collection

A “dream come true” is the way that Portuguese artist João Saldanha described his reaction to the news that 12 of his “Macau GP Legends” collection paintings would

Ireland puts Tonga away, underdog Portugal harasses Wales and Samoa arrives

IRELAND 59, TONGA 16 Top-ranked Ireland gambled on fielding its first team against Tonga at the Rugby World Cup this weeked just a week out from

Heavy rain triggers red rainstorm warning Friday evening

A downpour started affecting the majority of Macau from about 6:30 p.m. last Friday, which later triggered the red rainstorm warning from the weather forecaster. The warning

Manpower in hotel sector records 10% decrease

The number of people working in the hotel sector decreased by 4,401 to 35,749 in 2022, according to data from the Statistics and Census Service. Receipts and expenditure

Survey shows over 90% businesses will expand investment scale in GBA

More than 90% of interviewed enterprises plan to expand or maintain investment scales in the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area (GBA) in south China, according to a survey

Sports facilities per capita record slight increase: Pun

Sports Bureau president Pun Weng Kun said that its survey shows there was a slight increase of 0.19 square meter in sports facilities per capita, from 1.34 square meter in

IPIM approves only 21 of 536 first-time applications for temporary residency in 1H

In the first half (1H) of 2023, the Macao Trade and Investment Promotion Institute (IPIM) handled a total of 862 temporary residency applications for “Investors, Managerial

Defense lawyer in library case questions rights to supervise government

The defense lawyer in the new Central Library design’s alleged leakage case has questioned whether the government tolerates criticism. A staff member at Cultural Affairs

IAM tested almost 29,000 Japanese food products, no problems found

The Municipal Affairs Bureau (IAM) has tested 28,784 food product samples imported from Japan for radiation under the measures that commenced August 24 in response to

Havana summit proves G77- China ties solid

The Group of 77 and China Summit, to be held in Havana, Cuba, on Friday and Saturday, is significant for several reasons. First, it will

Vice President Han Zheng to represent China at UN General Assembly session

China is sending Vice President Han Zheng to the U.N. General Assembly’s annual high-level debate, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs said last week, suggesting that the

Hundreds protest against the government after deputy premier’s graft charges were dropped

Hundreds of people staged an anti-government rally this weekend in the Malaysian capital, accusing Prime Minister Anwar Ibrahim of helping his key ally escape prosecution in exchange

Eno Ichikawa, Kabuki theater actor and innovator, dies at 83

Eno Ichikawa, who revived the spectacular in Japanese Kabuki theater to woo younger and global audiences, has died. He was 83. Ichikawa died after suffering

Japan Eno Ichikawa, Kabuki theater actor and innovator, dies at 83

Kim inspects Russian bombers and a warship on a visit to Russia’s Far East

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un inspected Russia’s nuclear-capable bombers, hypersonic missiles and an advanced warship from its Pacific fleet this weekend as he continued a trip

1987 Superpower treaty to scrap warheads

The United States and the USSR are to sign an agreement later this year to reduce the number of nuclear missiles. US President Ronald Reagan announced the

Ireland ready for Springboks after taking apart Tonga

Ireland accounted for Tonga 59-16 and accounted for all fingers, toes, arms and legs in mostly good order after a successful Rugby World Cup gamble.

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