Hengqin’s financial industry grew 11% to RMB8.2b H1

According to the data released by Hengqin’s Financial Development Bureau, value added of financial industry in Guangdong-Macao In-Depth Cooperation Zone in Hengqin reached RMB8.2 billion in the first half

Arrivals surge causing airport NAT delay

An increase in demand caused by the influx of passengers arriving at the Macau International Airport is the reason for a delay in the processing of the

Travel sector confident of city’s economic recovery

The city’s travel sector has expressed hope that a number of tourists will visit Macau after border controls normalize. This comes after the Macau government

MGM China revenue plunges in 2H, puts focus on sports and entertainment in bid

MGM China’s operations were affected by travel restrictions in the region due to the Covid-19 outbreaks that occurred in Macau and neighboring regions. Public health

Second booster recommended for the elderly, immunocompromised

Fourth doses of a Covid-19 vaccine (a second booster) are available in Macau as of yesterday. At the daily press briefing from the Novel Coronavirus

Lawmaker demands gov’t strictly follow mainland Covid-19 plan

The government has invented a “stabilization period” that does not exist in the national Covid-19 plan and Macau should align with the national plan, lawmaker

NAT to continue for some key groups

While foreshadowing that the need for frequent nucleic acid tests (NAT) for the general population will soon end, the health authorities said that, for a few

MGTO rolls out tourism campaigns to entice mainland tourists

With the resumption of quarantine-free travel with Zhuhai, the Macao Government Tourism Office (MGTO) has rolled out online and offline promotions to attract tourists to

Qingmao and Border Gate crossings limited to one round trip per day

In an attempt to limit overcrowding at border posts, particularly the Qingmao Port, local authorities have imposed a limit of one round trip per day to

Zheng Anting declines to draw links with own association in CCAC report

Lawmaker Zheng Anting has expressed his respect for a recent report from the corruption watchdog, but refrained from confirming a link between the accusations and his

SJM Holdings announces rights issue, term loan with STDM

SJM Holdings Limited has come to an agreement with its controlling shareholder, Sociedade de Turismo e Diversões de Macau, S.A. (STDM) for an unsecured term loan of HKD2

Macau passport holders eligible for K-ETA this month 

The Korea Electronic Travel Authorization (K-ETA) will be temporarily available to Macau passport holders during Seoul Fest 2022, as well as to travelers from Japan and Taiwan.

Chairman’s Challenge Cup ( Group 1) 2022-08-07 | Sun | 17:05

My pick for this Sunday’s feature race is Association Eight from C.W. Choi’s yard, although this gelding still racing greenly but if you watch closely in his

Basketball league moves ahead without Macau on the calendar

The East Asia Super League (EASL) basketball competition will proceed with its inaugural home-and-away pan-regional format in 2022, as previously announced, having released yesterday the full

F&B association raises questions over NAT rules for dine-in

Restaurateurs are not fully satisfied with the rules establishing that patrons of restaurants, bars, and other food and beverage (F&B) establishments must present a valid

Reports to anti-corruption watchdog nearly doubled in 2021

The city’s anti-corruption watchdog has received 712 complaints or reports in 2021, of which 179 related to elections. The reported figure is nearly double the

SSM to acquire jabs for children aged six months to five years old

Local health authorities are planning to acquire mRNA vaccines specifically designed for babies and children aged between six months and five years old as soon

Any Provocative Move to Challenge China’s Red-line Bound to Fail

Taiwan question bears on China’s core interests and is the most important and sensitive issue in China-US relations. In his latest phone call with President Xi Jinping on

SAR gov’t dubs Pelosi’s Taiwan visit ‘blatant interference’ in China’s affairs

The SAR government yesterday condemned the visit to Taiwan by the U.S. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, stating the visit constitutes “blatant interference in China’s internal affairs.”

Gov’t foreshadows retraction of some outdoor NAT stations

Adjustments to the location of outdoor SARS-CoV-2 nucleic acid test (NAT) stations will be made from time to time as per the development of the Covid-19

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