FutureMacao

University of Macau develops driverless bus in pioneering project

It is a project described as a “pioneer” in the MSAR. The University of Macau today launched a platform for driving tests for autonomous vehicles. To this end, it developed a bus, electric, without a driver as part of a research project that combines new technologies…
SocietyWorld

Thailand welcomes first tourists since March

Thailand has welcomed its first group of tourists in seven months, as part of an experiment aimed at testing if a wider opening is possible as the coronavirus cripples the kingdom’s economy. A planeload of 39 Chinese tourists flew into Bangkok’s Suvarnabhumi…
PoliticsWorld

45 lawmakers urge US to boycott Saudi-hosted G20

Forty-five American lawmakers have urged the US government to boycott next month’s G20 summit in Riyadh unless Saudi authorities address key human rights concerns, according to correspondence released Wednesday The letter from US Congress members to Secretary of…
PoliticsWorld

Bolivia polls transparent, Arce victory legitimate

International observers on Wednesday declared Bolivia’s presidential election transparent and Luis Arce’s incoming government legitimate as an official but not yet complete tally showed an overwhelming victory for the leftist. “People voted freely and…
PoliticsSociety

Olympic swimmer helping dissident Belarus athletes

A few weeks ago, Aliaksandra Herasimenia was a retired Belarusian Olympic swimmer with a stellar career. Now, from her self-imposed exile in neighbouring Lithuania, she heads up a new foundation to help a growing list of Belarusian athletes who have fallen foul of the…
EconomyLusofonia

Macau organizes three fairs simultaneously with bet on online

This Thursday the joint edition of the Macau International Fair, the Exhibition of Products and Services of Portuguese Speaking Countries and the Franchise Fair kicks off. It is the first time that these three fairs have taken place simultaneously. Because of the Covid-19…