Airport expects regular wide-body aircraft from March

Macau’s airport will likely see regular flights of wide-body aircraft from March, according to the airport’s management. Eric Fong, marketing director of the Macau International

January GGR beats analysts’ projections as revenues surge 67%

Macau’s casino revenues surged 67% year-on-year in January to MOP19.3 billion, beating analysts’ estimates as the sector continues its recovery ahead of the Chinese New Year.

Teens on social media need both protection and privacy – AI could help get the balance right

Meta announced on Jan. 9, 2024, that it will protect teen users by blocking them from viewing content on Instagram and Facebook that the company deems to

Patriotism important to SAR’s future

Both the Chief Executive, Ho Iat Seng, and Beijing’s highest representative in Macau, Zheng Xincong, yesterday emphasized the importance of patriotism and national security to

Member of pro-unification Nationalists elected speaker in a prize for China

Han Kuo-yu of Taiwan’s pro-unification Nationalists was elected speaker of the island’s legislature yesterday, a sort of a prize for mainland China. The Nationalists, also known as

Non-resident workers reach over 176,000 in 2023

Macau recorded 176,661 non-resident workers by the end of December 2023, which was 90% of the December 2019 figure, before the onset of the Covid-19 pandemic.

IH announces residential prices in Zone A

The sale price of the 3,017 residential units in Zone A made available for the 2019 Economic Housing Scheme application round will be set at around MOP35,600,

Survey shows 77% approval of government training programs

A survey has shown 77% of respondents agreed that continuing government-planned education courses is beneficial for the Macau economy’s diversification. A local grassroots association commissioned the

‘Fado Nights’ from March

The  “Fado Nights” concerts will be held on the weekends from March 1 to 24 at the Dom Pedro V Theatre, featuring 12 traditional fado performances. Portuguese

UM launches MA in Teaching English

The University of Macau will launch a Master of Arts in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL) program in the 2024/2025 academic year. The program will

Ruins of St. Paul’s closed Saturday

The forecourt and staircase of the former Mater Dei Church at the Ruins of St. Paul’s will close temporarily Saturday. The closure begins at 4:30 p.m. ahead of

Second-tier’ channels in Cooperation Zone start testing

Several “second-tier” channels in the Guangdong-Macao In-depth Cooperation Zone in Hengqin, including Hengqin Bridge, Hengqin Tunnel and Shenjing Passage, were scheduled to start comprehensive operational testing from yesterday,

ID to allow private teaching at Dom Bosco Swimming Pool

Certain time slots at the Dom Bosco Swimming Pool will be offered to the public for private swimming classes with approved applications, the Sports Bureau (ID)

30 journalists, lawyers and activists hacked with Pegasus in Jordan, forensic probe finds

Israeli-made Pegasus spyware was used in Jordan to hack the cellphones of at least 30 people, including journalists, lawyers, human rights and political activists, the digital

AWAY Spa at W Macau announces February offerings

As Chinese New Year unfolds, W Macau – Studio City has announced New Year and Valentine’s Day offerings at its Away Spa. The AWAY Spa’s ‘Rejuvenating Journey’

Volunteers from Sands China celebrate Chinese New Year

Around 200 Sands China volunteers, including Sands Cares Ambassadors, company executives, and other employees, continued a 15-year tradition of serving the elderly for Chinese New Year, with a

Chinese mainland, Hong Kong move to promote financial cooperation, connectivity

China’s central bank and the financial authority of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region have jointly rolled out new measures to strengthen financial cooperation, which

Man takes daughter in a small plane to hometown for Spring Festival

As the Spring Festival approaches, many people can’t wait to rush back home for a family reunion. A man from Lu’an city in East China’s Anhui province took

Court convicts four of rioting over storming of the legislature in 2019 protests

A Hong Kong court convicted four people yesterday for rioting over the storming of the city’s legislative council building at the height of the anti-government protests more than

Fears grow that dam across Mekong River could harm World Heritage site of Luang Prabang

Landlocked Laos doesn’t have the famous beaches of its neighbors to attract tourists, but instead relies on the pristine beauty of its mountains and rivers and historical

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