Q&A | James Chu Artist, Macau Art Garden coordinator: ‘We keep on pushing young artists, giving them more chances to exhibit’

The Art For All Society (AFA) opened its “Perpetual Splendor – Works by James Chu” exhibition on Monday, attracting several art enthusiasts to the event. Chu is the coordinator of Macau

Q&A – Jorge Menezes | Lawyer: ‘The bilateral treaties to which China is a party tend to apply to Macau’

Lawyer Jorge Menezes comments on a case judged by the Court of Appeal of Singapore involving a Macau Daily Times - You have been a lawyer for Sanum. How relevant

Q&A – Clement Cheng | Interior designer: Public needs to be educated to ‘understand the value of design’

Interior designer Clement Cheng, who is also the owner of local design retailer Signum, recently opened his company’s second customer-facing store in the city, located near Jardim de Vasco da

Q&A – Paul Tighe | Australia’s Consul General: ‘Australia-Macau relations go beyond gaming’

Paul Tighe, who is leaving his position as Australia’s Consul-General to Hong Kong and Macau after five years on the job, hosted a business cocktail reception on behalf of the

Q&A | Wilfred Wong – President and COO, Sands China: ‘In The Parisian we try to cater for the middle class, the MICE people’

Wilfred Wong assumed the role of president and chief operating officer (COO) of Sands China at the end of 2015. A week ahead of the opening of the fifth Sands

Q&A – Rishi Tirupari | Director of Sustainability, Sands China: ‘Being sustainable is a matter of education’

When it opens on September 13 The Parisian Macao will be one of the most efficient integrated resorts in the world, setting a new base line for resort construction and

MDT Exclusive – Elvis Costello | Fortune spin wheel won’t be used in Macau, could raise ‘due questions’ from authorities

English musician and singer-songwriter Elvis Costello will be making his first appearance in Macau next month, marking a new foray into the Asian continent – where he has rarely performed

Q&A – António Caetano Faria Filmmaker | ‘My work is to capture moments for eternity’

António Caetano Faria is a Portuguese filmmaker, living and working in the territory for the past eight years. In his work, Faria often uses the territory not just as a backdrop

Q& A – Chang Hexi – Forum Macau’s Secretary General | ‘Forum Macau’s goals will be increasingly oriented toward pragmatism’

After eight years leading the Forum for Economic and Trade Co-operation between China and Portuguese-speaking Countries (Forum Macau), Chang Hexi is leaving the organization. The Secretary General talks about the

Q&A – Darren Clarke Golfer, Venetian Macao Open contestant: ‘Scott Hend is the man to beat’

Northern Ireland’s golfer Darren Clarke will play in the 2016 edition of the Venetian Macao Golf Open, raising the bar of this year’s lineup. The 48-year-old will be one of the

MDT Interview | Pansy Ho: Creating an exquisite urban landmark of art and taste

A business leader with a sprawling collection of interests across the region, Pansy Ho needs no introduction to the average reader. Yet what often impresses interviewers about the billionaire daughter

Professor Brian To | ‘Employee autonomy is only found in five-star properties’

Professor Brian To is a strategist, consultant and educator on matters of strategy, leadership, business and change management, among other topics. Currently affiliated with 10 different higher education institutions, he

Interview | David Leung, Alco Electronics: ‘Chinese skipped all the shopping mall phenomenon, they jumped right into internet selling’

A look inside Alco Electronics Ltd.’s factory in China shows what it takes to succeed as a maker of gadgets for the rest of the world — human precision in

Janet McNab | Sheraton & St. Regis Managing Director: ‘Macau is an easy destination’

Janet McNab took over the position of managing director of Sheraton Grand Macao Hotel and The St. Regis Macao on the Cotai strip eight months ago at a historic time

Wong Kai Kei | 3rd Prize in National English Debating Competition: ‘Macau students are less exposed to English environments’ than HK

Two debaters, Wong Kai Kei and Leong Ka Wai, from the University of Macau (UM) English Debating Team have recently won third prize at the 19th Foreign Language Teaching and

Preview, review & interview | Now you see Macau, Now you don’t

Macau features for a good 45 minutes in the plot of blockbuster Hollywood sequel “Now You See Me 2,” and it takes a central role in the action. As in any