MGM earns Guinness World Record for the Spectacle

MGM China has been awarded a Guinness World Record for the Spectacle at its Cotai property, after its free- span self-supporting grid shell- glazed roof was recognized

Gaming | Mass market revenue climbs at VIP expense

The mass gaming segment proved to be the big winner for Macau in the first quarter of 2019. According to the Gaming Inspection and

Courts | Man lost Macau residency upon obtaining Tongan nationality

A citizen of Tonga, the Polynesian country and archipelago, who was born on the Chinese mainland and who lived in Macau for 10 consecutive years has had his

Trade union bill now in the hands of CE-appointed lawmakers

Lawmaker José Pereira Coutinho is presenting, for the seventh time, a bill that aims to create and regulate the activity of trade unions in Macau.

Briefs | ‘Foreigner’ detained after discarding plastic in Sai Van Lake

A ‘foreigner’ has been detained by the Public Security Police Force (PSP) on account of being suspected of dumping plastic foam into Sai Van Lake. The incident was reported

Executive Council | Healthcare vouchers going electronic

Yesterday, the Executive Council (ExCo) completed its discussion on the amendment of two administrative regulation drafts and one draft law. These drafts are related to drugs, education

Health | Students diagnosed with enteroviral, influenza infection

A case of enteroviral infection has been detected among children in the kindergarten class of Hou Kong, affecting a total of 16 students aged between 2 to 3

Wynn Partners Environmental Sectors to Build Green Macau

Institution of Engineers to host the Wynn Environmental Protection and Sustainable Development Campaign, during which several environmental protection forums were held, eco-friendly straws were distributed, and the Macau

Gaming | Vegas Strip’s USD3.1 billion resort postponed for more than a year

Real estate mogul Steven Witkoff is pushing back the opening of a USD3.1 billion resort on the Las Vegas Strip by more than a year, slowing efforts

Caesars names gambling-industry veteran as new CEO

Caesars Entertainment is appointing a gambling-industry veteran as its new chief executive. The casino giant named Tony Rodio as CEO Tuesday. He’ll replace Mark Frissora, who

Government | Macau has too few secretaries to cope with city’s development

According to local media reports, there are a growing number of voices calling for structural changes at the highest levels of the government. These voices suggest

GREAT TIMES | Easter: Traditions meets treats

As we herald the arrival of Spring with its warmer weather and budding flowers, we also welcome one of the most anticipated holidays of the season: Easter. This celebration marks

Zhongshan-Macau yacht scheme not working well

The free yacht scheme between Zhongshan and Macau is not operating well, according to Susanna Wong, head of the Macau’s Marine and Water Affairs Bureau, who

Council collaborates with four cities on urban planning

Macau’s Urban Planning Council visited Guangzhou, Dongguan, Huizhou and Shenzhen last month to exchange views with the Planning and Natural Resources Administration officials of these cities regarding

Singapore’s OCBC seeks partner for China securities business

Oversea-Chinese Banking Corp. is looking for a Chinese firm to team up with on a securities joint venture on the mainland, the latest foreign bank seeking

Corporate Bits | The Parisian Macao launches le french Gourmay

The Parisian Macao will celebrate the taste of France during Le French GourMay, an annual French food and wine festival taking place in Hong Kong and Macau throughout

Trump stirs alarm that he may be giving China a new trade weapon

High on the list of President Donald Trump’s priorities as he tries to close a trade deal with counterpart Xi Jinping is making sure China faces

Gov’t said to weigh stimulus measures to bolster consumption

China is drafting a series of stimulus measures to bolster sales of cars and electronics, according to people familiar with the matter. The draft includes subsidies

Woman sues Chinese billionaire Liu for alleged rape

A woman who said she was raped by founder Richard Liu filed a lawsuit yesterday (local time) against the billionaire and his company alleging he and other

Myanmar | Leader pardons 9,500 prisoners but not two reporters

More than 9,500 prisoners were ordered released yesterday in Myanmar under a presidential amnesty, but they did not include two Pulitzer Prize-winning Reuters reporters. The

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