Biggest gaming revenue growth since 2014

Macau extended gaming revenue gains in November, posting the strongest growth in almost three years and advancing a recovery that’s seen more visitors flock to the world’s largest

Briefs | Adjustment of election law seen as censorship

New Macau Association (ANM) delivered a letter to the Legislative Assembly (AL) opposing the government’s latest revision of the city’s AL Election Law, which would bar AL candidates from

Official survey | China factory activity rises to two-year high

Activity at China’s factories and services companies accelerated last month to the highest level in more than two years, in the latest sign that the world’s

Caritas to expand its services, reaches out to ethnic groups

Caritas Macau is set to launch a new center next month to provide essential support services to ethnic minority groups in the territory. According to Paul Pun, Caritas Macau

Q&A – Francisco Colaço Xavier | Participant on the Gathering of Macanese Communities: ‘If people were away long enough they probably would not recognize Macau’

Macau Daily Times (MDT) – You mentioned that this is your first time attending the “Gathering” – what made you decide to come this time? Francisco Colaço

Policy Address | Alexis Tam ‘Health, education and social welfare are the priorities’

The Secretary for Social Affairs and Culture, Alexis Tam, said yesterday that “health, education and social welfare are the priorities” for the government. During the first

Mandatory declaration of valuables flowing across the border

The Executive Council announced yesterday in a press conference that its period of analysis of the government’s proposal that aims to control the entry and exit of cash and

Heritage | Wine Museum to move to Ká Ho

The Secretary For Social Affairs and Culture, Alexis Tam, has revealed yesterday during the Policy Adress presentation (see page 4) that the Macau Wine Museum will move to the former

Music | Father-daughter duo set for classical recital tonight

Father and daughter duo, Mischa and Lily Maisky, are set to take the stage of the Macao Cultural Centre’s (CCM) Grand Auditorium tonight, for a recital of several

44 Sands China employees complete diploma program at UM

The second batch of the Sands China team members graduated yesterday from the one-year diploma program in business management at the University of Macau (UM).

Corporate bits | MGM expands employee development program

MGM has announced that it has expanded its intensive PRIDE training program into four specific tracks, providing opportunities to 111 local team members. A total of 45

Real Estate Matters | What To Expect As A Landlord Clarifying Costs For Owners / Landlords

As a property owner about to lease out your property for the first time, the road ahead may appear straightforward. But are there hidden costs waiting for

iQIYI and Sony to produce online series in Mandarin

A Chinese online video site announced yesterday it will be working with Sony Pictures Television to produce a Mandarin-language action thriller series for online viewers. Chinese and foreign producers have

Beijing hikes tax on imported luxury cars

Chinese buyers of eye-poppingly expensive luxury cars will have to pay extra under Beijing’s latest effort to rein in ostentatious spending. The communist government has added a 10

WeChat censoring messages even outside China, study says

Users of the WeChat instant-messaging platform can have their content censored even if they leave China or switch to an overseas phone number, according to a

Managers questioned as 22 Chinese coal miners trapped

The managers of an apparently unregistered coal mine in northeast China are under questioning as rescuers tried yesterday to reach 22 workers trapped for a third day. State