Science serves as bedrock of China’s targeted epidemic control

Science-based and targeted epidemic control has been playing a key role in China’s endeavors to protect its people’s health and strike a balance between epidemic control and economic

Tuesday, July 5, 2022 – edition no. 4045

— Itineraries of positive cases will no longer be published unless they are multiple trips * Online shopping plunges over logistics delay * Rules that will regulate the new public tender for

Gov’t responds to outbreak with cash handouts

A series of nine measures including cash handouts, tax refunds, and tax exemptions, among others, have been announced by the government in response to the current

Authorities announce three new rounds of mass testing this week

Macau will see three new consecutive rounds of citywide mass testing this week, starting from today and ending Saturday, local health authorities announced yesterday in the

Xi confident in Hong Kong’s future of feats and glory

President Xi Jinping on Friday expressed confidence in Hong Kong’s take-off toward “a splendid feat” with the solid implementation of “one country, two systems.” Hong Kong

Revenue slump persists as city deals with worsening outbreak

Macau's gaming revenues have fallen to a new low - since September 2020 - as the city faces its largest outbreak yet, after recording low

Gov’t urged to thoroughly inspect flaws in public housing

After mosaic tiles fell from a housing estate in Coloane Saturday, two commentators have called for the government to promptly commence thorough inspections on government-commissioned residential

Reports: Gov’t requests casino operators to reduce on-duty staff by 90%

The government has allegedly requested casino operators to reduce on-duty staff by 90%, which comes as a hit to the sector and its employees, which are

Batch of mangoes, beef tripe test positive for Covid

Samples collected from the external packaging of a batch of mangoes imported from Taiwan region tested positive for the novel coronavirus nucleic acid over the weekend.

Gov’t reports death of two Covid-19-infected patients

Two women, aged 94 and 100, have passed away while under the medical care of the health authorities for being positive cases of Covid-19, the

Limited public services available this week

The public sector will provide limited external services this week following two weeks of closure. Residents, meanwhile, are required to make an appointment in advance

Gaming employees dissatisfied with authorities’ pandemic prevention arrangements

Gaming employees have expressed their dissatisfaction with the pandemic prevention guidelines that have been set by the Health Bureau (SSM). According to the guideline

Palace Museum opens in Hong Kong

China’s famed Palace Museum opened a branch in Hong Kong yesterday located in the the West Kowloon Cultural District. Works of calligraphy and paintings on

1954 Housewives celebrate end of rationing

Fourteen years of food rationing in Britain ended at midnight when restrictions on the sale and purchase of meat and bacon were lifted.  Members of the

Tsitsipas calls Kyrgios bully after Wimbledon hubbub, loss

Nick Kyrgios cursed at the Wimbledon chair umpire and asked, “Are you dumb?” He demanded to see a Grand Slam supervisor after questioning why his opponent, Stefanos

Monkeypox cases triple in Europe, WHO says, Africa concerned

The World Health Organization’s Europe chief warned that monkeypox cases in the region have tripled in the last two weeks and urged countries to do

Google to erase more location info as abortion bans expand

Google will automatically purge information about users who visit abortion clinics or other places that could trigger legal problems now that the U.S. Supreme Court has opened the

Even brighter future beckons HK after 25 years of success

For Hong Kong residents and all others who wish it well, nothing can be as reassuring as President Xi Jinping’s pledge of “maintaining Hong Kong’s unique status and

Monday, July 4, 2022 – edition no. 4044

— Gov’t to deliver cash handouts as city battles Covid rise, reports two fatalities from outbreak * 784 Covid-19 cases | Three rounds of mass testing this week * HKSAR25 | Xi:

Facts prove great strength of ‘One country, two systems’: Xi

In a period of time, Hong Kong had withstood a series of grave tests and overcome a series of risks and challenges. Hong Kong has since emerged stronger

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