Big read: Army of fake fans boosts China’s messaging on Twitter

China's ruling Communist Party has opened a new front in its long, ambitious war to shape global public opinion: Western social media. Liu Xiaoming, who recently stepped down as China's ambassador

Sands China expecting to reach new heights on occupancy rates

Sands China Limited (SCL) remains confident in the performance of its newest property and continues to bet on the premium mass market. Based upon the gradual recovery of its business and

Sands Shopping Carnival to reconvene in July

Sands China Limited (SCL) is slated to reconvene its shopping carnival from July 23 to 25 at The Venetian, featuring over 560 booths, 10% more than the last carnival. In a

Wynn Macau records highest post-pandemic profit at May Day holiday

Wynn Macau Ltd posted USD43.9 million in adjusted property earnings before interest, taxation, depreciation and amortization (EBITDA) during the first quarter of this year, up around 11% from the preceding

Wong’s office denies accusation over disallowing civil assembly

In a reply to a written inquiry from lawmaker Sulu Sou, the Office of Secretary for Security denied that the security branch has overstepped its legal authority in not allowing

Population stood at around 680,000 in Q1

The city’s population in the first quarter (Q1) of this year dropped to 682,500, the Statistics and Census Service (DSEC) announced. In the previous quarter, the city had 600 more people. The

HK gov’t to recognize 10 vaccines for reduced quarantine

The Hong Kong government announced that it will recognise 10 different coronavirus vaccines to allow Hong Kong residents to have shorter quarantine periods when they return from overseas. These vaccines include

SSM admits Health Code bumps amid system maintenance

System maintenance on the Macau Health Code platform was conducted yesterday morning, the Health Bureau (SSM) told the Times. Concerned that the system was facing another wave of cyber attacks, a

Briefs | Decoration of Lusophone complex’s exhibition hall to start Q3

  Decoration work on the exhibition hall of the China-Lusophone Countries Trade Cooperation Service Platform Complex, located on the underground level of the building, is expected to start in the third

Three large MICE events to be held by June

Three large conferences – mainly corporate conferences – will be held in Macau by the end of June, the Macao Trade and Investment Promotion Institute (IPIM) announced in a statement. It

Caterer association to subsidize outlets on back end digitization

Eligible local food and beverage (F&B) operators, when digitizing their back end operations, may receive a subsidy of 80% of the cost with a cap of MOP12,000, the United Association

Local canoe team triumphs in Shanghai national-level marathon

The Baía do Mar Canoeing Club has performed satisfactorily in a national canoe and stand- up paddle marathon tournament in Shanghai, winning three gold medals, two silver and one bronze. Held on

When spur-of-the-moment idea of the daring duo comes into fruition

In the arts, mustering the courage to make a bold move always leads to huge rewards. Catarina Lio, vice president of Brand Marketing of MGM China Holdings Limited has long been

Covid-19 | New outbreaks threaten status of places that had virus contained

Taiwan and Singapore are reimposing pandemic restrictions as the return of a small number of virus cases challenges what have been some of the most successful places at containing and snuffing out

This day in history | 2000 Ford quits Dagenham after 70 years

Ford has confirmed that car production at its Dagenham plant in Essex is to end after more than 70 years. In total, it will mean the loss of around 3,000 jobs

Senegal | Hit by Covid, women find renewed hope in fishing

Since her birth on Senegal’s coast, the ocean has always given Ndeye Yacine Dieng life. Her grandfather was a fisherman, and her grandmother and mother processed fish. Like generations of

Gaming | Wynn to take online-betting business public in SPAC merger

Wynn Resorts Ltd. is taking its nascent online-betting business public by merging it with a special purpose acquisition company (SPAC), the latest in a line of such casino-industry deals. The Las

Economy | Australia to reveal big-spending plan for next fiscal year

The Australian government will release its big-spending economic plan for the next fiscal year yesterday designed to create jobs and repair pandemic damage and with an eye toward winning votes

MUST students visit MGM’s F&B facilities

The Macau University for Science and Technology (MUST) recently led students from the Food and Beverage Management (BFBM) to visit MGM Cotai with the objective to give the students a

Football | UEFA has issues with CL switch to London, Portugal a backup

Playing the all-English Champions League final on home soil at Wembley is proving problematic. Instead, the players and fans of Chelsea and Manchester City could be headed to Portugal. UEFA’s hopes

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