Gov’t must inject funds into Islands Hospital if not self-sufficient

The government will be responsible for injecting the necessary funds to balance the accounts of the Islands Medical Complex if it does not find a

Alan Chan: Eastern elements will shine further in design

Eastern elements will further gain significance in the design world because there is so much “to be inspired ,” Hong Kong famed designer Alan Chan has

Economy chief pinpoints sustainability at GTEF closing address

Sustainable development to revive the tourism industry should be promoted, Secretary for Economy and Finance Lei Wai Nong said as part of his closing address

Ireland beats South Africa 13-8 in titanic clash

Ireland’s 5-3 trumped South Africa’s 7-1. The Springboks believed their fresh set of seven forwards would come off the bench and finish grinding down the Irish

Melco partners with IC on revitalization of Piers 23-25 and Mount Fortress

Local gaming concessionaire Melco Resorts (Macau) S.A. will partner with the government on the revitalization project of Piers 23-25 and Mount Fortess. The project initially only

Pansy Ho hopes forum will attract foreign investments amid global tourism boost

A mid the return of the Global Tourism Economy Forum (GTEF), it is hoped that consensus will be sought, GTEF vice chairman and secretary-general Pansy

Hush! Beach Concerts X Urban Yo~Ga Wellfest 2023 in Macau

Macau’s first and largest outdoor yoga and music carnival, " The “Urban Yo~ga Wellfest 2023” brings over 40 celebrity fitness and sports instructors from around the world, including renowned yoga instructor

Consulate paying ‘great attention’ to restrictions on Portuguese residency applications

The Portuguese Consulate General in Macau and Hong Kong is closely monitoring reports regarding restrictions on Portuguese nationals applying for Macau residency. While on a

Stand-by tickets for Joe Hisaishi shows to go on sale

The Cultural Affairs Bureau (IC) has announced that stand-by tickets for Joe Hisaishi’s local concerts will go on sale from Sept. 23. In an

Larger than the Olympics and with an array of regional and global sports

The Asian Games are an attention grabber. For starters, they involve more participants than the Summer Olympics. Organizers say more than 12,000 will be entered when the

Transport bureau won’t explain ‘constraints’ on online taxi hailing

The Transport Bureau (DSAT) has declined to elaborate on the “geographical constraints” that its director cited as the reason that Macau cannot replicate the mainland’s mode

UNWTO rep. suggests investments in people, planet, prosperity

A mid the gradual resumption of tourism activities, investments should be prioritized according to people, planet and prosperity, Natalia Bayona, executive director of the World Tourism

Macau to host October finals of GBA 3×3 Basketball Tour

Macau will stage the Greater Bay Area (GBA) 3x3 Basketball Tour finals next month, the Sports Bureau (ID) and StarMac Entertainment and Production Limited announced

Youth Career Expo to offer 1,700 job vacancies

The 2023 Youth Career Expo will be held on Sept. 27 and 28 with around 60 companies and institutions covering 14 different economic sectors offering some

Chinese officials voice faith in recovery, keep interest rates steady as forecasts darken

Leading Chinese planners voiced confidence yesterday in the outlook for the world’s second-largest economy, holding key interest rates steady amid signs of improvement in some areas such

Gov’t assures no personal data transfer on One Account Hengqin service booking

Although booking for some public services on Hengqin is now possible through the government One Account app, no personal data is transferred across the border, the

Hotel occupancy peaks in summer, sector eyes Golden Week

Hotel occupancy has reached a peak during the summer vacation and the hotel sector has since seen a decline this month, according to Jocelyn Wong,

CE brainstorms Policy Address

Chief Executive Ho Iat Seng has met several pro-establishment associations for suggestions on the upcoming policy address. Among the associations was the Macau chapter of

Clinic prosecuted for transferring patient data to mainland

A clinic has been prosecuted for transferring patients’ clinical file data to the mainland, the Office for Personal Data Protection (GPDP) has said in a statement.

Foreign firms in China say vague rules, tensions with Washington hurting business, survey shows

Foreign companies operating in China say tensions with Washington over technology, trade and other issues and uncertainty over Chinese policies are damaging the business environment and causing

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