Tan Dun’s Epic “Buddha Passion” to Resonate at MGM Theater

To celebrate the 75th anniversary of the founding of the People's Republic of China and the 25th anniversary of Macao's return to the Motherland,  MGM is set to embark on

MGM COTAI Announces Exclusive, One Night Only Performance by Award-Winning Superstar Bruno Mars in January

Bruno Mars, the 15-time Grammy Awards-winner and incredibly gifted musician and songwriter, is set to light up the skyline of Macau with his signature high-energy and spectacular performance against the

MUST space scientist: Commodifying space technology relies on threshold

The gradual lowering of the threshold to accessing space technology will help in commodifying the science, which should happen soon, Chair Professor Zong Qiugang, director

Fitch raises the bar and forecasts MOP231b GGR for next year

Fitch Ratings has forecast Macau’s gaming industry to reach some MOP231 billion in revenue, according to the American credit rating agency’s Global Gaming Outlook 2024 report.

Social advisor suggests better use of Barra Station for vitalization

Improved support for the LRT Barra Station should be established for revitalization of the neighborhood, a social advisor has suggested. The newest station on

Taxi drivers to ask for tariff increase before CNY

Macau taxi drivers are set to lobby the government for a tariff increase just before the Chinese New Year, the Macao Taxi Driver Mutual Association announced.  According

Chinese navy ships are first to dock at new pier at Sihanoukville naval base

Chinese naval vessels have become the first ships to dock at a new pier at a Cambodian naval base that the United States and some international security

PATA to host annual summit in Macau next May

The Pacific Asia Travel Association (PATA) will host its annual summit in Macau from May 15 to 17 next year, the Macao Government Tourism Office

Judiciary Police investigate Tap Seac Square fire

The Wednesday fire happened in the underground coach parking lot at Tap Seac Square. Heavy grey smoke was seen at various entrances to the parking lot, such as

IPIM expects 50% increase in MICE next year, more diverse themes

The Macao Trade and Investment Promotion Institute (IPIM) expects 2024 to bring increasingly more varied MICE events to Macau, the president of IPIM, Vincent U said

Gov’t reiterates economic benefits of close ties with mainland

In response to an unfavorable economic rating, the local government reiterated the potential benefits of positioning the city in step with national policies. “Moody’s Investors

Nearly 400, including distinguished scholars, investigate space science at MUST

Second Macau Space Development Forum, held at the Macau University of Science and Technology (MUST) from Nov. 28 to 29, attracted nearly 400 participants, many of

Austrian space expert emphasizes Macau’s effort in helping to ‘look into Earth’

An expert on the application of space magnetometers, Dr. Werner Magnes, deputy director, Space Research Institute of Austrian Academy of Sciences, reiterated the special nature of “looking into

Macau doctors to do training in Hong Kong

Macau doctors are scheduled to attended specialist training in Hong Kong in 2024, following the launch of new training program by the SARs. Hong

Twitch says it’s withdrawing from the S.Korea over expensive network fees

Twitch, a popular video service, will shut down its struggling business in South Korea, a decision its chief executive blamed on allegedly “prohibitively expensive” costs for

Sands China enters partnership with Tencent and Maoyan

Sands China Ltd. has recently entered into a strategic partnership with Tencent Video and Maoyan Entertainment. The three parties will leverage their respective strengths to foster cooperation, including

Artyzen Grand Lapa kicks off ‘Art of Sweetness’ festive season

Artyzen Grand Lapa Macau recently hosted a magical Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony, ushering in the festive season with the theme “Art of Sweetness.” Rutger Verschuren, Area

Exports edged higher for first time in seven months, imports fell

China's exports rose in November, the first increase since April, while imports fell, according to customs data released yesterday. Exports rose 0.5% from a

Activist says she still feels under police’s watch in Canada

Activist Agnes Chow, who left Hong Kong for Canada and won’t return to meet her bail conditions, said yesterday she felt still under the watch of

Sands China Successfully Concludes ‘Quality Retail Service’ Seminar Series

Sands China recently wrapped up the successful Quality Retail Service seminar series, attracting over 430 participants to enhance their knowledge of the retail industry and improve customers’

Divides over trade, Ukraine in focus in China-EU summit

The leaders of China and the European Union were holding wide-ranging talks yesterday that included their disputes over trade and a deep divide on the war in

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