Responsible diplomacy of ROK will earn respect and promote regional stability

Marking the first high-level contact between China and the Republic of Korea since the Yoon Suk-yeol administration took office, State Councilor and Foreign Minister Wang Yi’s meeting with

Friday, August 12, 2022 – edition no. 4073

— Lawmakers call on gov’t to investigate ‘fake job offers’ on Labour Affairs Bureau database * Covid Unrelated | Tests show latest Zhuhai Covid case unrelated to Macau * Taste of Edesia *

8,700 non-resident workers leave city since January

The total population as at end-June 2022 decreased by 4,400 quarter-to-quarter to 677,300, mainly as a result of a drop in the number of non-resident

Cyclone Mulan sweeps near city, edges T8 minimum

Tropical Storm Mulan edged the threshold windspeed for Typhoon Signal No 8 and necessitated the signal to be issued for six hours. At about 3

Wynn Resorts pledges to play part in attracting foreign bettors in reformed sector

Casino operator Wynn Resorts has pledged to boost the concerted effort to diversify the city’s market, according to an approved landmark casino bill that also

Top court refuses Reolian’s application for compensation

The Court of Final Appeal has brought closure to a case in which a former bus service operator sued the government for compensation over the

Youth face bleak job market as Covid slows economy

Liu Qian, job-hunting with a new master’s degree, said two employers interviewed her and then said the positions had been eliminated. Others asked her to take

CE: Gov’t is working hard to bring visitors back, assist economic recovery

The government is currently working hard to bring visitors back to Macau and thereby, assist recovery of the local economy, which has been severely damaged

Lawmaker Pang wants more mainland students in local universities

University students from the Mainland should come to Macau universities to study instead of going abroad to “non-friendly countries,” lawmaker Pang Chuan said on Tuesday

Northern area district residents call gov’t to treat sewage problem

Residents in the northern district are hopeful that the authorities will improve the water pollution of Areia Preta to avoid adverse effects to their health.

Inner Harbour residents to undergo NAT following positive case

Residents living or working in the Inner Harbour are required to undergo two nucleic acid tests (NAT) in three days, as they are now considered a

Approved mortgage loans plunge by 20%

New residential mortgage loans (RMLs) approvals by Macau banks dropped by 19.8% month-to-month to MOP1.40 billion in June, while commercial real estate loans (CRELs) increased by 387.3%

Top Chinese, South Korean diplomats pledge closer ties

The top South Korean and Chinese diplomats pledged this week to develop closer relations and maintain stable industrial supply chains at a time of deepening rivalry

Beijing reaffirms threat of military force to annex Taiwan

China yesterday reaffirmed its threat to use military force to bring self-governing Taiwan under its control, amid threatening Chinese military exercises that have raised tensions between the

Chinese envoy tells Australia to show ‘caution’ over Taiwan

Australia's recent change of government was a chance to “reset” its troubled relationship with China, but the new administration must “handle the Taiwan question with caution,”

Ukraine war must end with liberation of Crimea – Zelensky

Powerful explosions rocked a Russian air base in Crimea and sent towering clouds of smoke over the landscape yesterday in what may mark an escalation

1999 Millions marvel at total eclipse

Up to 350 million people in Europe and Asia have witnessed the last total solar eclipse of the century. The phenomenon began over the Atlantic, a few

Cathay Pacific losses narrow as COVID-19 restrictions ease

Hong Kong airline Cathay Pacific Airways said yesterday that losses in the first half of the year narrowed as a relaxation in quarantine rules boosted passenger

German FinMin pitches usd10b tax cut plan to dampen inflation

Germany’s finance minister said yesterday that the government plans to make tax cuts worth more than 10 billion euros ($10.2 billion) to benefit broad sections of

MGM embraces city’s heritage in mooncake box design

MGM embraces its hometown Macau this year in its mooncake gift box’s design by collaborating with Lok Hei, a local artist who is also the Creator and Executive

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