Macau’s casinos face dimmer prospects for October Golden Week holiday

Macau’s casinos face dimmer prospects for the upcoming Golden Week holiday as the slowing Chinese economy and trade war with the U.S. hang over the world’s biggest gambling hub. About 40

Big Brother | Information Bureau stirs controversy after calling Chui ‘On Gor’

The Government Information Bureau (GCS) has triggered a public discussion due to the new way it addressed Chief Executive Chui Sai On in one of its

Briefs | Tourists to be texted about human flow during Golden Week 

During the upcoming Chinese National Day holiday, the Macau government will be carrying out a new method to remind tourists about crowds across the city. The Public Security Police

Sands donates nine service vehicles to NGOs

Sands China Ltd. donated nine new service vehicles to four non-governmental organisations in the region yesterday, as part of its relief aid following the aftermath of last

Exclusive | US-based union requests DICJ to tender reports on IGT Asia

The International Union of Operating Engineers (IUOE) Local 501 has requested that the Gaming Inspection and Coordination Bureau (DICJ) submit documentation related to regulatory oversight conducted

Q&A | Abraham Kostanian Artistic director: Cabaret show creator says theatre is vital to fledgling entertainment sector

Abraham Kostanian is the artistic director behind La Parisienne Cabaret Français, a variety show at Sands China’s Parisian Macao, which this month entered its third phase

Xu Yingzhen | China and Portuguese-speaking countries should take advantage of Macau platform

China and the Portuguese- speaking countries should take full advantage of the Macau platform, said the Secretary-General of the Permanent Secretariat of Forum Macau, who called for

DSI, DSAJ cooperate to speed up BIR application process for newborns

The Identification Services Bureau (DSI), in collaboration with the Legal Affairs Bureau (DSAJ), has launched a simplified procedure to facilitate citizens to apply for the Macau

CTM expects commercial use of 5G in 2020

Local telecom operator CTM announced yesterday that if the 5G license and spectrum arrangements are progressing well, CTM is confident that 5G in Macau will be

Real Estate Matters | How to read real estate news

Real estate news is often put in the spotlight in the press. It is a subject that is both emotionally charged and highly technical, and is often overly

Crypto’s open secret: its multibillion-dollar volume is suspect

Four months ago, BitForex was just one of many obscure exchanges offering users the ability to trade cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin. Today, the Singapore-based platform is

Aviation | Congo Airline, China’s Comac in talks to buy three aircraft

Societe Nouvelle Air Congo, a state-owned carrier, is in talks with Commercial Aircraft Corp. of China Ltd. to buy three new aircraft as it prepares to begin

Corporate Bits | MGM holds seminar on greater bay opportunities

MGM held another seminar on national education titled “The Development of the Greater Bay Area and the Opportunities for Macau” on Wednesday. Dr. Guo Wanda, executive vice

US-China military tensions start to rise as trade war deepens

As a trade war heats up between the U.S. and China, military tensions are also rising. China on Tuesday refused a U.S. warship entry

Beijing criticizes US B-52 bomber missions as ‘provocative’

China yesterday labeled a recent mission by nuclear-capable U.S. B-52 bombers over the disputed South China Sea as “provocative,” and said the U.S. was solely responsible for a

Hong Kong | Billionaire offers ‘Nobel Prizes’ with double the money

After amassing a USD15 billion fortune from casinos, Lui Che Woo wants to turn vice into virtue. While Elon Musk is trying to get humans

India | Clashes erupt around Kashmir after troops kill man

Anti-India protests and clashes erupted in several places in disputed Kashmir yesterday after Indian troops killed a young man, officials and residents said, and an Indian soldier

Maldives | President attempting to stay in power, says opposition

Maldives President Yameen Abdul Gayoom is working on how to stay in power despite having conceded defeat in this week’s election, the opposition alliance said Wednesday.

Malaysia | Wife of ex-PM grilled for 13 hours in 1MDB case

The wife of former Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak was grilled by the anti-graft agency for nearly 13 hours over alleged theft and money laundering involving

Indonesia | Blasphemy woman endures cramped cell, bad food

Arights group says the Indonesian woman imprisoned for blasphemy after complaining about noise from a mosque is sharing a cramped cell with 16 other women and given “terrible”

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