Space | China launches main part of its first permanent space station

China yesterday launched the main module of its first permanent space station that will host astronauts long term, the latest success for a program that has realized a number of

Taste of Edesia | Delightful season at Ritz-Carlton

Lai Heen and Ritz-Carlton Bar are some of the places discerning diners enjoy frequenting, and during spring, these establishments all feature seasonal menus that are visually enticing and unique in

Drive In | Seyfried lends grounding presence to campy thriller

Hollywood thrillers in which sophisticated, attractive city folk move to creaky old country homes and experience scary things are a dime a dozen. Less common is when those Hollywood thrillers

Macau Racing Tips | The Coimbatore 1050M Sand 2021-04-30 | Fri | 19:05

I am very optimistic on Danish Star’s chance to win this 1050M sand race. Although the odds will be short this time but again he’s going to be in the

The Buzz | Philippines extends virus lockdown to mid-May

The Philippines is extending an already monthlong lockdown by two weeks as the country’s worst coronavirus infection spike starts to ease but remains alarming. President Rodrigo Duterte said in televised remarks

China says US increasing military activity directed at it

Activity by U.S. military ships and surveillance planes directed at China has increased significantly under President Joe Biden’s administration, a spokesperson for the Chinese Defense Ministry said yesterday. As an example,

World Views | Biden pitches big government as antidote to crises

Forty years ago, a newly elected American president declared government the source of many of the nation’s problems, reshaping the parameters of U.S. politics for decades to come. , President

Friday, April 30, 2021 – edition no. 3764

  * Light rail | No budget for east line * 2021 budget amendment approved amid criticism * China blasted core of first permanent space station * May Day: police authorities are expecting to

Biden’s declaration: America’s democracy ‘is rising anew’

President Joe Biden declared that "America is rising anew" as he called for an expansion of federal programs to drive the economy past the pandemic and broadly extend the social

14 employment agencies to go under due to pandemic: DSAL

Since the beginning of this year, a total of 14 licensed employment agencies have applied to cancel their agency licenses, the spokesperson of the Labour Affairs Bureau (DSAL) told the

New photo book depicts life in city’s nursing homes during Covid-19 outbreak

Titled “DESVELO關愛 ZEAL,” the new photography book from photojournalist Gonçalo Lobo Pinheiro will launch today at Livraria Portuguesa (Portuguese Bookshop). This book, the third from the Portuguese author who has been

Travel bubble discussions between HK, Macau on table

Hong Kong has put travel bubble discussions with Macau on the table. However, roadblocks remain and need to be tackled before the two SAR regions forge a quarantine-free travel scheme,

Waterfront promenade opens today

The Leisure Area of Kun Iam Statue Waterfront will commence trial operation today following a delay in opening due to the Covid-19 pandemic outbreak. The Municipal Affairs Bureau (IAM) built

Tourism | Hotel guests leap 160% in March

The number of guests checked into hotels & guesthouses increased by 160.2% year-on-year to 622,000 in March, with mainland guests (539,000) soaring by 216.5%, according to data from the Statistics

Macao Foundation’s support drops 44% in Q1

The Macao Foundation (FM) has spent 83.4 million patacas less in the provision of financial support to associations, institutions, and people in Macau, in the first three months of this

Public consultation on elevators legal regime starts today

Public consultation on a new legal regime to regulate the maintenance and inspection of elevators, escalators and similar devices commenced today. The new regime that the government wants to implement aims

Briefs | CPA code to take effect in August

  The Code of Ethics of Certified Public Accountants (CPAs) will take effect this coming August. The document stipulates that the aim of CPAs is to defend the public interest and

Amendments to water supply regulation to enter legislation

Preparations ahead of the amendment to the city’s Water Supply and Sewerage regulations — to uplift Macau’s water quality — have concluded and the government is now set to embark

Wynn actively promotes the integration of local young people into China’s overall development

This year marks the beginning of China’s “14th Five-Year Plan,” setting a new stage for the comprehensive establishment of a modern socialist country. To enable team members to gain a

E-cny | Digital yuan expected to shore up GBA integration: Economist

The Greater Bay Area (GBA) may enter an era of more robust financial integration, should there be a common currency adopted in the region. The digital yuan may be the

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