Gaming | Wynn VIP earnings fall despite 2nd quarter net profit growth

Wynn Macau recorded a significant 33.4% year- on-year fall in VIP income for the second quarter of this year, as presented in a financial report

Gaming regulator not moving to ban surveillance equipment

Macau’s Gaming Inspection and Coordination Bureau (DICJ) has confirmed to the Times that, contrary to recent media reports, it is not preparing a blanket ban on surveillance equipment inside

Briefs | Local karate athlete wins gold medal in China

Macau martial artist Ho Kai Pong won a gold medal in karate at the second National Youth Games in mainland China. The games are being held in Taiyuan,

Macau to host new seminary college for training regional priests

Macau is set to host a new seminary college starting September that will train priests from across Asia. According to the Vatican news agency, Agenzia Fides,

Government aware that suicide remains an issue

Secretary for Social Affairs and Culture Alexis Tam assured lawmakers on Tuesday that the government was working to prevent suicide, although he admitted that many cases

Forum | Macau professionals to visit Brazil in fourth quarter

Professionals from Macau are scheduled to visit Brazil in the fourth quarter of 2019 on an exchange with their Brazilian counterparts, including lawyers, the president of

Legislative Assembly | Lawmakers told to drop ‘contentious’ 60-billion fund still want to be heard

Discussion over the creation of an investment company, in which the government intends to inject a total of 60 billion patacas from the public reserves,

Gov’t says maternity leave will be extended gradually

The Macau SAR government has said that it will gradually lengthen paid maternity leave in the future, according to the Third Standing Committee of the

Plans for real-time monitoring at historic district

The Cultural Affairs Bureau (IC) aims to complete the draft of administrative regulations for property protection and the management plan for the historic district of Macau

TDM to broadcast evacuation notices in storm surges

The government has made an agreement with public broadcaster TDM to make storm surge evacuation announcements to affected populations. The service became available as of yesterday

China summons HK’s 500 to Shenzhen to discuss unrest

China’s top agencies in charge of Hong Kong affairs held a special meeting across the border in Shenzhen to discuss unrest in the financial hub that’s become

HKZMB accounts for just 7% of cross-border vehicle traffic

Nearly nine months after its opening in October last year, the Hong Kong-Zhuhai- Macau Bridge (HKZMB) accounted for just 7% of Macau’s cross- border vehicular trips

Mi Jian shares views on Macau’s Greater Bay Area involvement

Director of the Policy Research and Regional Development Bureau Mi Jian was featured in a one- page news report on Chinese media by Macao Daily News.

Guangzhou releases map for nighttime tourism

The capital of southern China’s Guangdong Province has rolled out a map highlighting commercial clusters for evening activities, as the city aims to spur its “nighttime

What did you say? Tourists fuel pocket translator boom in Japan

Takehiko Fujita wouldn’t be able to do his job selling eye drops and pain relievers without his pocket translator. Instead of an app, language dictionary, or call-in translation service, the clerk

Amazon gives option to disable human review on Alexa Inc. will let Alexa users opt out of human review of their voice recordings, a move that follows criticism that the program violated customers’ privacy. A new policy allows customers,

Tourism | Let down by China, Mauritius turns to Saudi Arabia for growth

Let down by falling numbers of Chinese visitors and fretting about Brexit, the tourism industry of Mauritius is turning to an unexpected savior: Saudi Arabia. While surging numbers of Chinese visitors

China warship collision led to standoff, freighter captain says

The Taiwanese coast guard intervened to end an hour-long standoff between a freighter and an unidentified Chinese warship after the two vessels collided in the contested Taiwan Strait last week. The

Gov’t bans movies, actors from prominent Taiwan film awards

China said yesterday that it was banning Chinese movies and actors from participating in Taiwan’s Golden Horse Awards, one of the Asian film industry’s most prestigious honors, as Beijing ramps

Yuan weakens after signs of stability calm markets

China’s currency weakened again yesterday after hopes among financial traders that its decline was stabilizing helped to calm jittery global markets. The yuan edged down to 7.0488 to the U.S. dollar,

WP2Social Auto Publish Powered By :