Crime | Currency exchange and gambling loans prove to be scams

The Judiciary Police (PJ) has informed that two scams recently occurred in two casino venues. The first case is related to currency exchange. The

Two Taiwanese found providing illegal cosmetic services

A male doctor and a female nurse, both from Taiwan, have been discovered by the Judiciary Police (PJ) to have been illegally providing botulinum injection services to

Briefs | Barra ferry terminal public tender launched

The Marine and Water Bureau has launched a public tender for the design and construction of a proposed temporary ferry terminal to be located in Barra. Specifically, the

Gaming | August revenue tracking 4% lower for first 25 days

Gross gaming revenue in Macau was tracking about 4% lower in the first 25 days of August, according to broker estimates posted this week, leading analysts to

Facial recognition to be tested in surveillance cameras next year

The facial recognition capability of Macau’s CCTV surveillance cameras will undergo its first test in the first quarter of 2020, according to João Augusto da Rosa, the Assistant

Sports | Macau returns victorious from junior Wushu competition

Team Macau returned last Saturday from the 10th Asian Junior Wushu Championships, held in Brunei, with a total of 20 medals. Macau made it to

The Sands Cares Ambassador programme continues to reach out to the local community as it marks its tenth anniversary 

Sands China Ltd. is celebrating the 10th anniversary of its volunteer team, the Sands Cares Ambassador programme, with a year-long series of celebratory activities that are reaching into the community. Themed “Spreading Love

Tropical storm Podul heading to Hainan, Vietnam

Tropical storm Podul has its sights set on China and Vietnam later this week after hitting the northern Philippines on Tuesday night. The Meteorological and Geophysical

Bloomberg’s Asia 20 Richest Families includes two locally-built empires

Asia’s 20 Richest Families, a ranking produced by Bloomberg that takes into account the family’s wealth, excluding first- generation fortunes as well as those in the

DFS drops Singapore’s Changi in favor of Macau, HK expansion

DFS Group Ltd. plans to further expand in Asia even as the travel retailer looks to exit the liquor and tobacco business in Singapore’s Changi Airport.

Hundreds demand Cathay rehire fired staff

Hundreds of people gathered in Hong Kong to demand that Cathay Pacific Airways Ltd. rehire workers who left the troubled carrier after supporting the city’s pro-democracy protests,

A Day on the Frontline | Melco introduces ‘In Your Shoes’ program for management team to experience the jobs of frontline colleagues

Melco Resorts and Entertainment’s culture of excellence is aligned with the company’s promise to excel in the premium luxury segment through the creation of exceptional guest experiences. These

Hong Kong investors shun Singapore for homes in Malaysia, Thailand, Taiwan

Singapore’s housing market isn’t turning out to be the beneficiary many may have thought from Hong Kong’s increasingly fraught protests. Instead, investors are looking to

Good citizen applications jump as people eye exit

Interest from Hong Kong residents in leaving the city has surged since street protests broke out in the former British colony. About 200 people showed

Theme parks | Star Wars hotel at Disney World like a cruise into space

It’s going to be a cruise to nowhere, but that will be just fine with die-hard “Star Wars” fans. Disney officials on Tuesday offered new

Sheraton Grand Macao Hotel offers Marriott Bonvoy Escapes

Sheraton Grand Macao Hotel, Cotai Central, is offering travelers its Marriott Bonvoy Escapes deal, with rates starting at HKD789 per night for a room. According to

Sands Resorts Macao recognized at 2019 International Business Awards

Sands Resorts Macao has received two Gold Stevie Awards and a Bronze Stevie in the Art, Entertainment and Public category at The 16th Annual International Business Awards

Tencent Music dives as watchdog probes its record-label ties

Tencent Music Entertainment Group fell the most in five months as China’s antitrust authority investigates exclusive licensing deals it forged with the world’s biggest record

Customer fights break out as Costco opens first China Store

Costco Wholesale Corp.’s first outlet in China opened on Tuesday and was soon overrun with customers willing to fight over discounted products and wait hours to pay for

Australia tries to curb foreign interference at universities

Australia announced yesterday that it has formed a task force to crack down on attempts by foreign governments to meddle in Australian universities. The move

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