Edmund Li Sheng | Pandemic reveals ‘uncertainty for global governance’, stalled globalization process

A sea change is silently taking place as the current Covid-19 pandemic has revealed so much uncertainty for the international community and global governance, political economy and international affairs scholar

Cooperation Zone | Gov’t assures Hengqin civil, commercial laws to align with Macau and world

Although mainland China’s civil and commercial laws will prevail in the Guangdong- Macau Intensive Cooperation Zone in Hengqin (Cooperation Zone), they will gradually “converge” with Macau and global standards, the local

Covid-19 | Gov’t to keep two-dose jab on teenagers

Teenagers in Macau getting the Covid-19 mRNA vaccine will get two doses, in contrast to the one dose being administered in Hong Kong, Dr Leong Iek Hou, coordinator for the

Briefs | Negative Covid-19 result on dragon fruit packaging: IAM

  Following news reports on the existence of SARS-CoV-2 on dragon fruit packaging from Vietnam, the Municipal Affairs Bureau (IAM) recently tested the packaging of the local stock of the fruit.

Sulu Sou promises continuous supervision on government

Despite not being able to retain a seat in the parliament, outgoing lawmaker Sulu Sou stressed that he will continue his supervision on the government as an ordinary citizen. With less

Watchdog investigates corruption involving UM contracts

The corruption watchdog revealed a case of corruption and document forgery involving a construction works contract of approximately MOP 220 million for the University of Macau (UM). According to the Commission

UM, Melco organize GBA competition on hospitality

The University of Macau (UM) and Melco Resorts & Entertainment Limited are jointly organizing the first competition on hospital management, targeting Business Administration students from the Greater Bay Area. The “2021 Guangdong

Hong Kong | New electors chosen, with only one opposition member

The 1,500-member panel that picks Hong Kong’s next leader will have only one opposition-leaning member, according to results yesterday from a tightly controlled selection process amid a crackdown on dissent

Indonesia says no evidence of alleged Chinese intel hack

Indonesian authorities have found no evidence that the country’s main intelligence service’s computers were compromised, after a U.S.-based private cybersecurity company alerted them of a suspected breach of its internal

This day in history | 1998 Clinton’s Grand Jury testimony released

Bill Clinton’s testimony about his relationship with a young female assistant has been released to the United States public. The video of the American president’s 17 August interview in front of

Health | Pfizer says Covid-19 vaccine works in kids ages 5 to 11

Pfizer said yesterday its COVID-19 vaccine works for children ages 5 to 11 and that it will seek U.S. authorization for this age group soon -- a key step toward

Football | EPL: Man U wins after penalty call backfires; Chelsea beats Spurs

West Ham 1, Man U 2 Seeing West Ham win a penalty deep into stoppage time, and presented with an unexpected chance to equalize against Manchester United, David Moyes made a

The Buzz | UK says relations with France strong despite sub deal anger

Prime Minister Boris Johnson has insisted that Britain’s relationship with France is “ineradicable,” despite fury in Paris over a U.S.-U.K.-Australia submarine deal. A meeting between French Defense Minister Florence Parly and

Shooting at Russian university leaves eight dead, 28 hurt

A gunman opened fire yesterday at a university in Russia, leaving eight people dead and 28 hurt, officials said. The suspect was detained after being wounded in an exchange of fire

World Views | How many stars are there in space?

  Exactly how many stars are in space? – MeeSong, Brookline, Massachusetts Look up at the sky on a clear night, and you’ll see thousands of stars – about 6,000 or so. But

Tuesday, September 21, 2021 – edition no. 3862

— Edmund Li Sheng, a scholar from the University of Macau who recently published a book titled ‘How Covid-19 Reshapes New World Order: Political Economy Perspective’, puts the changing global

Exclusive Interview: UN chief warns China, US to avoid Cold War

U.N. Secretary-General Antonio Guterres spoke to The Associated Press this weekend ahead of this week's annual United Nations gathering of world leaders — a convening blemished by COVID, climate concerns

Officials inaugurate Hengqin Cooperation Zone

Officials on national and provincial levels officiated the ceremony over the weekend to inaugurate and celebrate the Guangdong-Macau In-depth Cooperation Zone in Hengqin. The session highlighted a plaque-unveiling ceremony. In his speech,

CE congratulates return of Shenzhou-12 crew spacecraft

  Chief Executive (CE) Ho Iat Seng has sent a congratulatory message to the central government on the successful return of the Shenzhou-12 crew spacecraft to Earth. Shenzhou-12 was the 19th

Labor | Three crucial compensations retained at existing level

The maximum monthly basic salary for the calculation of dismissal compensation shall remain at MOP21,000, the Labour Affairs Bureau (DSAL) has announced. The decision was made after a review on three

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