September is for kids. October is for women. But November is reserved for men. ‘Movember’ or ‘No-Shave November’ are movements that raise awareness for male cancers and male mental health.
In the wake of the visit of the Chinese Prime Minister, there was no dearth of declarations about the future of Macau.
Last week, it was publicly announced that Hotel Central on Avenida Almeida Ribeiro had been earmarked for renovation.
It is quite clear that the elections for Chief Executive of the Macau Special Administrative Region, to take place in 2019, are already in the minds of the potential and putative candidates.
Robot technology was the popular topic this week at a five-day World Robot Convention in Beijing where people in the robotics field were eager to show China’s advances in the area.
Some topics never seem to go away. The light rail system is one of them. It has been going on – the topic, not the rail - for a decade or so now.
Last week, this newspaper reported on putative plans by the Macau SAR Government to expand the current facilities of the Lotus Border, which links the city to Hengqin Island.
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