Macau working on travel bubble arrangements

Work is in progress to develop travel bubbles with nearby jurisdictions, Dr. Leong Iek Hou from the Novel Coronavirus Response and Coordination Center disclosed yesterday at the regular health briefing

Adelsons pump $25 million into GOP Senate super-PAC in August

Casino mogul Sheldon Adelson and his wife Miriam Adelson gave $25 million to the Senate Leadership Fund, a super-PAC tied to Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, part of a $37.4 million

Government to build world-class amusement park in Hac Sa by 2021

The Macau SAR government is planning to build a world-class amusement park zone in the Hac Sa Beach area, according to a statement written to lawmaker Lam Lon Wai by

Rabbit lantern installation removed after plagiarism controversy

An installation for the Mid-Autumn Festival has been removed from Praça de Jorge Álvares garden in central Macau by the Municipal Affairs Bureau (IAM). The “Rabbits and the Moon” installation was

Analysis | Fingers crossed for Golden Week

Macau is crossing its fingers and holding its breath for some good news during Golden Week, now little more than a week away. Applications for travel endorsements to Macau resume across

Five influenza clusters recorded as schools resume

Over the past week, the Health Bureau has detected five influenza clusters at five schools, involving a total of 33 students. The schools involved in the cluster are Santa Rosa de

Green space per capita to shrink by 2040

Macau’s green space is expected to shrink by more than one-quarter in the next 20 years, according to a recent forecast revealed at a consultation session on the Master Urban

Chinese F4 championship Zhuhai rounds start before Macau GP

THE first rounds of the formula car racing championship that is coming to Macau this year in lieu of the normal Formula 3 race were held last weekend in Zhuhai. The

Hong Kong urged to boost stimulus using fiscal war chest

Hong Kong’s government is drawing fresh criticism from economists and business advocates who say a third round of virus relief stimulus doesn’t go far enough. While Chief Executive Carrie Lam’s latest

China flies 18 warplanes near Taiwan during US envoy’s visit

China’s military sent 18 planes including fighter jets over the Taiwan Strait in an unusually large show of force Friday as a U.S. envoy held a day of closed-door meetings

Covid-19 | New guidelines for banquets will not apply to private events

The new guidelines governing group catering activities released yesterday by the Novel Coronavirus Response and Coordination Center have no jurisdiction over privately held banquets, such as wedding receptions or birthday

Digital RMB to run first on bank ledgers, not tokens

The electronic renminbi (e-RMB), the world’s first state-backed digital currency, will most likely first be used for finance and banking to back interbank money transfers and not as tokens available

Adelson’s Singapore casino hires law firm to probe $1 billion in transfers

Las Vegas Sands Corp.’s Singapore casino has hired a law firm to conduct a new investigation into employee transfers of more than $1 billion in gamblers’ money to third parties,

WeChat users won’t be targeted by Trump’s order, US says

WeChat users who download the Chinese app for personal or business communications won’t be targeted by President Donald Trump’s executive order that will prohibit using the app for some transactions,

Taste of Edesia | Enlightening the palate

Sometimes it is boring to just eat at one restaurant for a dinner. Recently, MGM COTAI had come up with a culinary tour concept in which diners were invited to

MOP200 million flew away with Viva Macau, no criminal charges against extinct airline

According to the CCAC report, the relevant department was found that "it had neither strictly required complete application documents from the applicant nor carefully scrutinized the applicant’s repayment capacity,

Fifth Macau-Taipa link still intact despite Zone D’s reevaluation

The Macau SAR government is continuing with its plans for a fifth cross-water link between the Macau peninsula and Taipa, according to Chan Pou Ha, Director of the Land, Public

Fashion festival to be themed ‘Green Sustainability’

The Macao Fashion Festival 2020 will be held from October 22 to 24 at the Cotai Expo Hall A with the theme “Green Sustainability.” Covering an area of 1,116 square meters,

SMG considers issuing Signal No. 1 today

The Meteorological and Geophysical Bureau (SMG) is considering issuing a Tropical Cyclone Signal No. 1 this morning as tropical storm Noul gradually intensifies and moves across the South China Sea

China’s paper win at WTO doesn’t dissuade Trump from trade war

The World Trade Organization’s ruling that the U.S. violated international regulations by imposing tariffs on more than $234 billion of Chinese exports failed to dissuade Washington of its ‘America First’

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