Group calls for Bruce Lee statue big enough to be seen from sky

A small square in the Historic Center of Macao is in for a big renovation if a group of people who want a Bruce Lee statue “big enough to be

Sight-saving charity debuts eyecare exhibition

The Macau office of international sight-saving charity organization Orbis International yesterday launched its first Action for Sight exhibition at the Macao Science Center to familiarize the general public with the

Local racers top F4 China races in preparation for Macau GP

Macau racers Charles Leong (Smart Life) and Andy Chang (Chengdu Tianfu International Circuit) topped the podiums of all four races of the Chinese Formula 4 (F4) category held over the

China Inc. set for biggest US IPO year since 2014 despite spat

Chinese companies are choosing to make their market debuts in the U.S., even as Beijing and Washington spar over everything from trade and coronavirus to audit access. Firms based in China

Lawmakers submit new trade union bill to AL

Lawmakers José Pereira Coutinho and Sulu Sou yesterday submitted a new version of a bill that proposes to establish a Trade Union Law in Macau. The revelation was made by Pereira

Gaming | US operators losing license only ‘remote’ possibility, says brokerage

It is unlikely that any of the U.S.-owned gaming operators will come up short in their bids for a new concession to operate in Macau, according to brokerage Sanford C.

Angela Leong hints at delay of Cotai projects

Both the Grand Lisboa Palace and Lisboeta projects may see their openings delayed until next year due to the pandemic, Angela Leong, Executive Director of Sociedade dos Jogos de Macau

Tourism representatives call on gov’t to lift Covid-19 tests for GBA residents

Lawmaker Mak Soi Kun urged the local government to lift the Covid-19 test requirement in respect of all kinds of border entries. Well-known local businessman Cora Vong, Chairman of the Travel

Suspect detained in HKD800,000 counterfeit money scam

A 33-year-old man from the mainland was detained by the Judiciary Police (PJ) as one of three suspects involved in a HKD800,000 counterfeit banknote fraud case. The case was revealed

PJ to set up national security department next week

The Judiciary Police (PJ) will set up a new department on October 12 for safeguarding national security, the government announced yesterday. According to a dispatch published in the official gazette, the

Worker’s group objects to cancellation of cash handouts

Some of the city’s frontline workers have expressed disapproval and refused to accept the idea of canceling the cash handout for next year. Their representatives conveyed the objections to the

Half a billion travelers show China’s economy moving past Covid

  Hotel prices shot up, ride-hailing apps crashed, tickets to the Great Wall sold out: after more than nine long, housebound months, almost half a billion Chinese people are taking a

Gov’t admits GP racer numbers may be low

This year’s Macau Grand Prix may see far lower numbers of racers compared with the organizer’s previous estimates, the Sports Bureau (ID) admitted yesterday. Represented by Vice Director Christine Lam at

Visitor arrivals muted over first half of Golden WeekVisitor arrivals muted over first half of Golden Week

Visitor arrivals were muted over the first four days of October, to the disappointment of casinos, retailers and restauranteurs who had been hopeful for a surge over the national holiday. The

Caritas’ travel agency underway

Non-governmental organization Caritas Macau has submitted an application to the government to open a travel agency catering towards senior citizens who are incapable of participating in travel tours in the

Macau’s platform role aligned with national ‘dual-cycle’ strategy

Macau will make good use of its role as a platform to serve China’s “dual-cycle” development pattern, the Chief Executive (CE) Ho Iat Seng, said in his speech at the

Trump’s defender | Pence’s campaign role grows at key moment

Vice President Mike Pence is in a familiar spot: standing by President Donald Trump. With Trump hospitalized with a virus that he spent months downplaying, his ever-loyal No. 2 will play

Doctor: Trump improving, but not ‘out of the woods’ yet

President Donald Trump went through a "very concerning" period Friday and faces a "critical" next two days in his fight against COVID-19 at a military hospital, his chief of staff

Trump’s age, health woes raise his risk for Covid-19 illness

President Donald Trump has several strikes against him — age, obesity, elevated cholesterol and being male — that could put him at greater risk of becoming seriously ill from

Little sign of recovery as gaming revenue falls 90% in Sept

Macau gaming revenue showed little sign of improvement, notching a sixth straight month of declines of at least 90%, as a gradual relaxation of travel and visa curbs by China has

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