ChinaEconomy

5G will change the fabric of work in Macau

One month after the official launch of the new 5G network in Macau, more than 50,000 customers are already using it, CTM reported. Huawei consultant believes the new technology will have a major impact on the city’s labor context and economic diversification One…
ChinaEconomy

Macau hotels suffer from rising Covid-19 cases

The relaxation of pandemic prevention measures in Macau and in Mainland China are working against the hotel industry. A series of cancellations for next week make it impossible to predict if the future will be bright, or if the reopening will bring more damage than repairs…
Society

Ukraine says shelling kills two, cuts power in Kherson

Russian shelling Thursday killed two people in the southern city of Kherson and left it without power, Ukrainian officials said, in the latest bombardments since its recapture by Kyiv last month. The deputy head of the president’s office, Kyrylo Tymoshenko, said on…
Society

Three children die after falling into frozen UK lake

Three children, aged 8, 10 and 11, died and another remained in critical condition after falling into an icy lake near Birmingham, central England, local police said on Monday. “Three boys tragically died after falling into a lake at Babbs Mill Park in Solihull…
ChinaEconomy

Macau concessionaires with fewer workers and lower salaries

It is hoped that the results of the tender for new gaming licenses will ensure local employment stability. But the business climate is not encouraging: Beijing’s crackdown on the industry and other negative factors continue to weigh. Analysts believe that the scale of…
Society

New York Times journalists on strike

According to news advanced by the North American newspaper, more than 1,100 New York Times workers signed a declaration in which they decided to join the strike for a period of 24 hours. According to the New York Times union communiqué, it can be read that “the…