APOMAC: ‘Macanese’ should be listed as a Chinese minority

The Macanese should be included in the list of the Chinese minority ethnic groups, the founder and chairman of the Association for Retirees and Pensioners

Drill simulating large-scale Covid-19 outbreak considered satisfactory

Several governmental departments held a drill last Saturday simulating a large-scale Covid-19 outbreak in the community. According to the authorities, the drill delivered satisfactory results and helped the

Academic: Covid-19 a trendsetter of e-payment methods

An academic has recently argued that the Covid-19 pandemic has changed the habits of local buyers and sellers when it comes to using electronic and

Consulate hits record-high voter turnout at about 70%

Voter turnout for the Philippine election in Macau SAR stood at 67% as of yesterday morning, according to a statement provided by the Philippine Consulate General.

Lam says China patriots now firmly in charge after Lee’s election

Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam yesterday said Chinese patriots are now firmly in charge of the city following the election of its new leader, who ran unopposed

No end in sight for Ukraine war as Russian leader hails Victory Day

Russian President Vladimir Putin used a major patriotic holiday yesterday to again justify his war in Ukraine but did not declare even a limited victory or signal

Authorities promote changes to quarantine hotels ahead of summer holidays

Local health authorities are promoting changes to quarantine hotel venues ahead of the summer holidays in preparation for the expected increase of demand for such

Second phase to be implemented from May 9

The second phase of the pilot project allowing the entry of residents from the Philippines in order to work as domestic workers will be implemented from

Gov’t mulling introduction of competitive gas supplier contract

The government has disclosed that it would “actively consider” introducing contract terms that could lead to greater competition in the gasoline supply industry. President

Hong Kong reopens beaches, Beijing relaxes quarantine rules

Hong Kong reopened beaches and pools yesterday in a relaxation of COVID-19 restrictions, while China’s capital Beijing began easing quarantine rules for arrivals from overseas.

Debate sparks over China’s interest in election

Australia's defense policy debate heated up when the defense minister said there was evidence that the Chinese Communist Party wanted Australia’s government to change at the May

SJM suffering cash bleed, reports Q1 losses of HKD1.3b

SJM is suffering a continual cash bleed with brokerage firm Sanford C. Bernstein warning that the gaming operator is in “critical” need of boosting its

Arrivals on last day of holidays fall to 19,000

Macau's tourism arrivals have continued to decline on the last day of the May Golden Week holidays, recording a total of only 19,188 visitors as

Vaccine Transformation Center established in Guangzhou

  A vaccine technology transformation center has recently been established in Guangzhou, the provincial capital of the neighboring Guangdong Province, the city’s government announced. A statement posted

Domestic violence doubles to 81 cases in 2021

Macau has recorded 81 cases of suspected domestic violence in 2021, an increase of over 100% compared to data from 2020, when 38 cases were recorded.

Taiwan’s liberalized residency plan for Macau, HK still in limbo

Taiwanese politicians’ efforts to push forward a set of less stringent residency regulations for Macau and Hong Kong residents have not yet resulted in any agreement,

Israel lashes out at Russia over Lavrov’s Nazism remarks

Israel lashed out at Russia over “unforgivable” comments by its foreign minister about Nazism and antisemitism — including claims that Adolf Hitler was Jewish. Israel, which

MGM revenue slumps in Q1 amid lockdowns in China

MGM China continues to face headwinds in the short term, with public health policies impacting customers’ ability to enter Macau, according to MGM Resorts’ CEO and president

AL committee: Data on unemployment rate ‘lagging’

The government will be invited to meet with members of a parliamentary committee on resolving the intensifying unemployment issue in the city. Since the effects

Gov’t to reward elderly with coupons for jabs

Despite previous refusals to issue financial rewards for vaccination, the government announced yesterday that it will give coupons to seniors who receive vaccinations from this month.

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