South Korea, Japan and US security advisers will meet to discuss North Korea threat

The national security advisers of the United States, South Korea and Japan will meet in Seoul this week to discuss North Korea’s growing military threat and

US files war crime charges against Russians for torturing an American

Four Russian men accused of torturing an American during the invasion of Ukraine have been charged with war crimes in a first-of-its-kind case, the Justice Department announced

1980 John Lennon shot dead

Former Beatle John Lennon has been shot dead by an unknown gunman who opened fire outside the musician’s New York apartment. The 40-year-old was shot

In ‘Poor Things,’ Emma Stone takes an unusual path to enlightenment

It is sickly hilarious to make a movie in which so much consensual sex is had, often so gleefully, that is not the least bit sexy.

New live jazz album of 1964 performances by Bill Evans trio sings and swings

European classical music is at the foundation of Evans’ distinctive sound, and “Tales — Live in Copenhagen (1964)” features previously unreleased recordings from his first European tour. The

Journey of Wellbeing 

The cooler weather is here. During this season, circulation of the body may slow and energy might decrease due to temperature change and less movement of the

Seasonal feast 

This season, The Ritz-Carlton Café has curated a variety of menus catering to all occasions. The Sunday Treasure Festive Brunch Buffet guarantees a sumptuous feast that delivers everything

Las Vegas shooting suspect was a professor who recently applied for a job at UNLV

Terrified students and professors cowered in classrooms and dorms as a gunman roamed the floors of a University of Nevada, Las Vegas building, killing three people

Guterres uses rare power to warn of impending ‘humanitarian catastrophe’

U.N. Secretary-General Antonio Guterres used a rarely exercised power to warn the Security Council yesterday of an impending “humanitarian catastrophe” in Gaza and urged its members to

COP28, pledges, STEPS, and realistic public policies

As this article is being written, COP28 is still in progress, with some tangible results – such as the agreement to create a Climate Impact and Response Fund

Friday, December 8, 2023 – edition no. 4385

— MUST scientist affirms that commodifying space technology relies on a threshold, which will happen very soon * Gaming | Fitch upbeat on Macau * Taste of Edesia * Improved support for the

Special Olympics global chief: First-hand experience promotes hiring people with disabilities

Experiencing the qualities of Special Olympics athletes will help SME employers decide to hire them, Mary Davis, CEO of Special Olympics International, said in an exclusive

Casinos face lowest trading levels since border reopening

Macau concessionaires are trading at rock-bottom valuations since earlier this week as operators were saddled with declines of at least 20% since the beginning of the

LVS increases shares in Sands China

Las Vegas Sands is increasing its holdings in Sands China, the Las Vegas-based gaming company announced in a regulatory filing with the Hong Kong Stock Exchange

Macau students score among the world’s best on PISA 2022

Local students have achieved high scores in the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development’s (OECD) Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA). Focused on measuring 15-year-olds’

Gov’t reports losses of MOP6.55b from investments

The final report on the budget execution for last year was approved by the Legislative Assembly Tuesday evening. It is notable in the report that

China raises stakes in cyberscam crackdown in Myanmar, though loopholes remain

China is ramping up a crackdown on online scams operated by criminal syndicates in border areas of military-ruled Myanmar in an effort that has included a

Gov’t launches tender to rent 30 commercial spaces in public housing buildings

The Housing Bureau (IH) yesterday launched a public tender to rent 30 vacant commercial spaces in public housing developments. In a press statement, the

Luís Figo to join sports collectors convention

The “Asian Sports Collectors Convention” is set to feature legendary Portuguese football star, Luís Figo. The convention, which starts tomorrow and ends Dec. 10, will include football

MGTO pledges to strengthen development in gastronomy 

The Macao Government Tourism Office (MGTO) has pledged to continue to steer the city’s development as a UNESCO Creative City of Gastronomy towards “deeper progress, strengthen international

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