GP Museum unveils remaining wax figures

The Macau Grand Prix (GP) Museum has finally unveiled the names of the remaining four racers that will be featured in wax figures by Madame Tussauds

Poor performance of mainland athletes in 10K due to ‘ramps’

The poor performance of some invited athletes during the 2023 Sands China Macao International 10K can be justified by the “different spirit” with which some athletes faced this

PJ denies existence of huffing cases in Macau

In response to online claims, the Judiciary Police (PJ) has issued a press release to deny inhalant abuse cases had been found in Macau. A

City records 38-year-low birth rate in 2022

In the last year’s final quarter, the city recorded its lowest birth rate in 38 years at 6.4%, the government’s Statistics and Census Service (DSEC)

Kenyan squad dominates 10K

Kenyan athletes dominated the 2023 Sands China Macau International 10K that took to Macau’s roads early yesterday morning. The Kenyan runners not only won in

Visitors surge in February, overnight stays shorten

The number of visitors to Macau last month surged significantly, information from the Statistics and Census Service has indicated. Arrivals in February totaled 1,593,743,

Air Macau to increase frequency of several flights

Air Macau is set to gradually increase the frequency of international routes by March 26, including routes to Japan, South Korea, Thailand and Taiwan.

Xi to meet Putin as Beijing seeks bolder global role

Chinese President Xi Jinping plans to visit Moscow next week, offering a major diplomatic boost to Russian President Vladimir Putin just before the International Criminal

74% students have poor sleep quality: Research

Research shows 37% of interviewed middle school students sleep more than seven hours, and 25% sleep fewer than six hours. Students who cannot fall asleep within 30

‘Invisible’ Monet, Leon, was key to impressionism

Behind some great men, there is a bigger brother. Claude Monet’s older sibling is the focus of a landmark Paris exhibit illuminating the hitherto unknown role

Kenyan athletes return to Macau runs for the 10K

Two Kenyan runners will take part in the 2023 Sands China Macao International 10K event due to occur this Sunday morning. The two athletes, one in

Beijing merges HK, Macau Affairs Office

The Central Committee of the Chinese Communist Party and the State Council has established the Hong Kong and Macau Affairs Office of the Central Committee

Baidu unveils ChatGPT-rival Ernie Bot; 650 companies sign up

Chinese search giant Baidu unveiled its artificial intelligence chatbot Ernie Bot, presenting its rival to the Microsoft-backed ChatGPT in a pre-recorded video presentation yesterday that appeared

February daily visitor arrival reaches non-festival new high

The average tourist arrival count in February has edged towards the 60,000 level, reaching 57,000, while the average count for early March was over 50,000, director

Dragon boat races event launched with more doubts than certainties

The Macao International Dragon Boat Races will this year have the title sponsorship of SJM Resorts S.A. (SJM), SJM and the Sports Bureau (ID) announced yesterday

Palazzo Versace to ‘soft open’ in April

The last of the three hotels that together comprise the integrated resort of the Grand Lisboa Palace in Cotai - the Palazzo Versace – is to

Environment Japan: Better to be safe than sorry

Following the announcement of the Prime Minister Fumio Kishida on March 3rd, 2023, the Japanese Government Chief Cabinet Secretary Hirokazu Matsuno has recently confirmed (BBC source) that

Anti- Corruption watchdog finds ID worker making unlawful profit

A worker from the Sports Bureau (ID) was found to have overcharged a government entity when procuring supplies for his department, the Commission Against Corruption (CCAC) reported.

Honduras will seek ties with China, spurning Taiwan

Honduras President Xiomara Castro announced yesterday that her government will seek to establish diplomatic relations with China, which would imply severing relations with Taiwan. The

China to reopen to tourists, resume all visas today

China will reopen its borders to tourists and resume issuing all visas today as it tries to revive tourism and its economy following a three-year halt during

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