International gastronomy to feature 100 booths over 10 days in June

The Macao Government Tourism Office (MGTO) is organizing the inaugural “International Cities of Gastronomy Fest, Macao.” The event will take place from June 14 to June 23

Zimbabwe authorities mix charm with force in an attempt to shore up the world’s newest currency

The introduction of the world’s newest currency in April inspired a reggae artist to record a song praising the ZiG, or Zimbabwe Gold. The catchy tune,

Melco participates in ‘Experience Macao’ roadshows held in Jakarta and Hong Kong

Melco Resorts & Entertainment recently participated in the ‘Experience Macao’ roadshows hosted in Jakarta’s Central Park Mall between May 9 and 12, and Hong Kong’s East Point City

Magician Louis Yan to debut magic tour in Macau

Wynn will present “Louis Yan My Faith Magic Tour 2024 Macao” at Wynn Palace Entertainment Event Marquee on June 7 to 8 and June 14 to 15.

Prosecutor tells jury that self-exiled wealthy Chinese businessman cheated thousands of $1 billion

A self-exiled wealthy Chinese businessman became an internet sensation and conned thousands of people worldwide into sending him $1 billion, enabling him to spend lavishly on a mansion, two

Court to trial two men for allegedly helping Lee’s gov’t gather intelligence in UK

The office manager of the Hong Kong trade office in London and another man will go on trial in February for allegedly helping Hong Kong authorities

North Korea appears to be preparing to launch its 2nd spy satellite, South Korean military says

North Korea appears to be preparing to launch its second military spy satellite into space, South Korea’s military said Friday, as animosities remain high over the

G7 officials make progress but no final deal on money for Ukraine from frozen Russian assets

Finance officials from the Group of Seven rich democracies said they had moved toward agreement on a U.S. proposal to squeeze more money for Ukraine from Russian

1964 Light goes out in India as Nehru dies

He was taken ill in the early hours of this morning at his house in New Delhi. He had returned from holiday at a hill station

Rugby Open Day a Win with Macau Youngsters

Macau Bats Rugby Club, in conjunction with Wynn, held an Open Day on Sunday (19th) at TIS field in Taipa. More than 70 local children

National Spelling Bee reflects the economic success and cultural impact of immigrants from India

When Balu Natarajan became the first Indian American champion of the Scripps National Spelling Bee in 1985, a headline on an Associated Press article read, “Immigrants’ son

Ex-CIA officer accused of spying for China pleads guilty in a Honolulu courtroom

A former CIA officer and contract linguist for the FBI accused of spying for China for at least a decade pleaded guilty Friday in a federal courtroom in Honolulu.

External support for radical separatist a dead-end

To uphold the one-China principle and the sanctity and authority of relevant United Nations General Assembly resolutions, China has decided not to approve the Taiwan island’s participation in

Monday, May 27, 2024 – edition no. 4490

— UN official Ghada Waly urges for the adoption of a well-rounded strategy when addressing drug addiction during her visit to Macau * Education | New DSEDJ campsite at Cheoc Van

Zone A to Zone B flyover will cost up to 2.4b and three years to be completed

The new flyover connecting Zone A to Zone B of the new landfills will cost between MOP2.2 to 2.4 billion and will take approximately three years to

Casinos file surge in suspicious activity reports

Suspicious transaction reports from Macau’s gaming sector jumped 89.1% in the first quarter of 2024 compared to the same period last year according to data from the city’s

Macau New Neighborhood offers 3,300 parking spaces for sale

Parking spaces at the Macau New Neighborhood (MNN) residential project in Hengqin will go on sale on May 24 (Friday), offering homeowners a convenient option for

Lawmaker calls for updated regulations as noise pollution plagues communities

Lawmaker José Pereira Coutinho has urged the Macau government to amend the existing noise regulations to better reflect the realities of the region’s high-density population and

Taiwan military on alert as Mainland conducts drills to ‘punish separatist forces’

Taiwan scrambled jets and put missile, naval and land units on alert yesterday over Chinese military exercises being conducted around the self-governing island where a new leader

Chinese Medicine and Physiotherapy most requested by residents in 2023

Chinese traditional medicine and physiotherapy & rehabilitation topped the most-requested list from hospital users in Macau over 2023, a statistics release from the Statistics and Census

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