SJM enticed Hangzhou tourists with promotions galore

Sociedade de Jogos de Macau, S.A. (SJM) had drummed up its brand exposure in Hangzhou by launching a series of promotional activities at the “Macao Week in Hangzhou” roadshow from

Education officials receive briefing on youth apps

Macau’s education officials, among other social icons, have been briefed about which mobile apps are currently popular among the younger generations, officials from the Education and Youth Development Bureau (DSEDJ)

MGTO to partner with local enterprises to foster tourism

The Macao Government Tourism Office (MGTO) is intending to forge a tighter partnership with local enterprises and co-create a diverse range of tourism offerings and products to augment Macau’s overall

G2E Asia Online Expo to convene on May 25

  Global Gaming Expo (G2E) Asia — considered to be a key annual casino fair for Asia’s gaming and entertainment industry — has made up lost ground and is set to

China sharply reduces elected seats in Hong Kong legislature

China has sharply reduced the number of directly elected seats in Hong Kong’s legislature in a setback for the territory’s already beleaguered democracy movement. The changes were announced yesterday after a

CE reiterates importance of safe election this year

The government must ensure that the Legislative Assembly (AL) elections, scheduled for September this year, will run smoothly, Chief Executive (CE) Ho Iat Seng reiterated during the first plenary of

Briefs | Health Bureau to retain essential services during Easter holiday

  During the Easter holiday between April 2 and 6, the Health Bureau will retain regular services at the A&E Department, as well as regular Covid-19 vaccination services at the government

Gov’t has no solutions for repatriation and hiring of TNRs

The government has no other solutions for the resolution of the problems related to the number of former non-resident workers (TNR) currently stranded in Macau due to Covid-19. This acknowledgment was

Hengqin as solution to Macau’s limited space: Economy chief

The lack of land resources in Macau is curtailing Macau’s economic development, the Secretary for Economy and Finance, Lei Wai Nong, said in a reply to a lawmaker inquiry at

MGM hosted Two Sessions explanatory event to educate staff

Following the conclusion of the Two Sessions, MGM China Holdings Limited (MGM) earlier hosted a “Sharing Session on National People’s Congress (NPC) and National Political Consultative Conference” to help its

Grand Lisboa Palace to open in H1 2021, Angela Leong confirms

Grand Lisboa Palace (GLP) is slated to open in the first half of 2021 as scheduled, Angela Leong On Kei, executive director and co-chairman of SJM Holdings Ltd, confirmed on

YouTube refuses to remove anti-Asian song, drawing staff ire

YouTube’s refusal to remove a song some employees find racist to people of Asian origin has caused a fracas inside the company, the latest clash in a growing national debate

Economy | Vaccination plan could lift GDP growth to 9.3%

China’s ambitious plan to vaccinate 40% of its population by the end of June could pave the way for lifting the economy’s growth rate to 9.3% this year, Oxford Economics forecast. Business confidence

Great Times | Easter Surprises at MGM

Easter Surprises flashing at MGM! Grab hold of the chances for a family-friendly weekend at MGM MACAU and MGM COTAI this Easter. Easter is one the most

Strait tensions | Palau president visits Taiwan despite Chinese pressure

The president of the Pacific island nation of Palau was visiting Taiwan yesterday along with the U.S. ambassador to his country, a show of solidarity as China increases diplomatic, economic

This day in history | 1986 Greater London Council abolished

Thousands of people have taken part in festivities to mark the historic final hours of 97 years of local rule in London. A throng of 250,000 people have gathered on the

World leaders call for pandemic treaty, but short on details

More than 20 heads of government and global agencies called in a commentary published yesterday for an international treaty for pandemic preparedness that they say will protect future generations in

Xi’s shifting China is compelling investors to run, hide or hire

For any company doing business in China, the choice is now clearer than ever: Avoid commenting on any controversial subjects or risk losing access to the world’s second-largest economy. Over the

Athletics | World champion Naser gets court date for doping rules case

World champion sprinter Salwa Eid Naser will have a two-day appeal hearing next month that could lead to a ban from the Tokyo Olympics for breaking anti-doping rules. The Court of

Football | Cristiano Ronaldo’s armband up for auction in Serbia

The Portugal captain’s armband which Cristiano Ronaldo slammed into the ground after his apparent winning goal was disallowed in a World Cup qualifier against Serbia was put up for auction

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