The Art of Giving | MODERN PHILANTHROPY: On solidarity and what money can’t buy

It is often said that money can buy anything; that is to say, that everything has a price on the market. If we are to follow this assumption, the moral limits

How the world’s most expensive skyscraper deal turned sour

There’s a saying in Hong Kong property circles that if the city’s richest man, Li Ka-shing, is selling, you don’t want to be the buyer. Now, a group of investors who

Wellness | Union of the body and mind

Many think of yoga as merely a workout to tone muscles and keep the body fit, yet very few understand the deeper meaning of it and pursuit the spiritual aspect

Macau Racing Tips: The Agate 1510 Metres Sand 2020-10-03 | Sat | 15:10

Although form reading is hardly a reliable tool for early season race meetings, but if horses that shows glimpse of readiness in their track works and barrier trails, that’s a

The Buzz | Thailand prepares to receive first group of foreign tourists from China, Scandinavia

Preparations have begun for Thailand to receive its first group of foreign tourists since scheduled commercial passenger flights into the country were halted in April due to the coronavirus pandemic. Phuket

Cambodian man arrested with almost 300 centuries-old jars

A man on Cambodia’s southern coast was arrested for possessing almost 300 centuries-old earthenware jars that he is believed to have salvaged from a shipwreck, an official said. Khieng Phearum, a

Editorial | October Fest

Everyone is looking and forecasting visitor turnout for Golden Week waiting and hoping for the return of mass tourism. But they will all fail. No matter whether visitation goes beyond

Thursday, October 1, 2020 – edition no. 3631

— Millions fly with Chinese airlines as pandemic drags world carriers * Hong Kong mulls reopening borders to Macau, mainland: Lam * Macau’s gambling crown slips with Chinese staying home * MUST is

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