MGS Entertainment Show | SMEs need to be more competitive, gaming executives say

Gaming executives have called on local small and medium enterprises to be more competitive, while taking opportunities presented by the Greater Bay Area. Although gaming

MGS | Gaming suppliers foresee further growth in product distributions

Leading gaming suppliers in the SAR are assertive about continuously producing innovative systems in their slot machines and table games into the future, despite a much-lowered

MGS | Operators pledge to increase product offerings

Gaming operators have pledged to provide more differentiated products to their consumers in a bid to boost tourism development in the Greater Bay Area. In

Alexis Tam satisfied with approved smoking lounges

Secretary for Social Affairs and Culture Alexis Tam is satisfied with the operation of the new casino smoking lounges following his visit to smoking lounges in two

Quota for cars entering mainland through HKZMB may increase

The Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macau Bridge (HKZMB) Authority will consider increasing the quota for Hong Kong and Macau cars that enter mainland China over the HKZMB. According to a report

Art | Animal-themed exhibition opens at Albergue

Some 50 works featuring conventional pets and other small animals are on display at the Albergue SCM gallery until December 9. An opening ceremony for the exhibition

ExCo forwards temporary housing regime to AL

The Executive Council (ExCo) has concluded the discussion over the bill that aims to establish the legal regime of the temporary housing and trade housing units,

AL Plenary | Lawmakers to debate LRT project

The Legislative Assembly (AL) passed three debate motions on topics concerning the Light Rapid Transit (LRT) yesterday. The three debates were proposed by Agnes Lam, Leong

Briefs | CE to deliver 2019 Policy Address today

The Chief Executive, Chui Sai On (pictured), will deliver the Policy Address for the Fiscal Year 2019 today at the Legislative Assembly. The session will start at 3

Three stars elude Thailand’s best chefs in latest Michelin Guide

The latest Michelin guide for Thailand expanded the list of starred restaurants in Bangkok and recognized one in Phuket for the first time, but none

Gaming | US: Cleveland Cavaliers owner selling Detroit casino in USD1b deal

Businessman and Cleveland Cavaliers owner Dan Gilbert has reached a USD1 billion agreement to sell the Greektown Casino- Hotel in downtown Detroit, one of the city’s three

Corporate Bits | Guest bartenders serve 800 cocktails in charity event

Four Seasons Hotel Macao hosted a charity event, Cocktails for a Cause, on November 9, with the aim of raising funds in a fun and engaging fashion. Local

Venezuelan beauty queens to dominate Miss World in China

When the Miss Universe beauty pageant takes place in a few weeks, Chile will be represented by a slender brunette who has a killer smile and

Abe, Pence to visit Australia amid China concerns

Regional security and the strengthening of ties with Japan and the U.S. will be high on the agenda for Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison when

Missing elite Chinese university alumni spark outcry

Students and alumni of several Chinese universities are sounding the alarm over the apparent detention of more than a dozen young labor activists who have been

North Korea | In factory after factory, Kim tries to grow economy

For North Korean factory managers, a visit by leader Kim Jong Un is the highest of honors and quite possibly the most stressful event imaginable.

North Korean delegation visits South to attend history forum

A five-member North Korean delegation came to South Korea yesterday to attend an academic forum on Japan’s wartime actions, as the rivals continue reconciliation efforts despite stalemated U.S.-led nuclear

Southeast Asian-centered trade deal set for further delays

Leaders of Southeast Asian nations have pushed back yet again an agreement on a pan- Asian free trade deal amid a whirlwind of diplomacy yesterday at

Ukraine | Hungarian minority threatened by new education law

The Hungarian minority in western Ukraine is feeling besieged. A new education law that could practically eliminate the use of Hungarian and other minority languages in

UK | D-Day for May as she seeks backing for draft Brexit deal

British Prime Minister Theresa May will try to persuade her divided Cabinet that they have a choice between backing a draft Brexit deal with the

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