Gaming | Galaxy Q1 EBITDA triples year-on-year, pledges continued investment in town

Galaxy Entertainment Group (GEG) recorded an adjusted EBITDA of HKD859 million in the first quarter, more than triple year-on-year, as the SAR has seen a gradual increase in visitor arrivals

Quarantine imposed for arrivals from Taiwan

  From midnight today, travelers and residents who have been to Taiwan in the past 14 days prior to entering the city will have to undergo a 14 day quarantine measure

Crown set to start gambling at Sydney casino within months

Crown Resorts Ltd. is on course to start gaming operations at its USD1.7 billion Sydney resort within months after the company’s current overhaul won support from the regulator. Philip Crawford, head

As Hong Kong revs up testing digital RMB, Macau still in preparatory stage

Hong Kong and China are in discussions to further expand the scope of cross-border technical testing of the digital yuan, also known as digital RMB, following its first phase, according

Gaming | Suncity backs off from IR project in Japan due to pandemic

Suncity Group has backed off from competing for the development of an integrated resort (IR) in Wakayama, Japan, according to an announcement published on May 12 by the group’s Japanese

Diversely-incorporated association to foster Macau-Zhuhai talent

  The Macau-Zhuhai Talent Development and Promotion Association has recently been inaugurated. It aims to contribute to the economic and social development of the two cities to help raise their national

City’s Prosperity Index still at unsatisfactory level

The city has obtained a slightly worrying prosperity forecast as the Macao Economic Association gave the Macau’s economy 3.5 to 3.7 points in the period from May to July, based

Another batch of 64 SMEs graduate from Sands Academy

A total of 64 local small and medium-sized enterprise (SME) suppliers graduated from the Sands Procurement Academy Wednesday, breaking the record as Sands China’s largest class to date. Since the founding

Survey suggests gov’t tailormade future vocational trainings

The Macao Human Resources Association suggested to the government, in a survey released yesterday, that future vocational training programs should anticipate the business sector’s development trends, so as to foster

Elections 2021 | Two out of four nominated lists withdraw

The Electoral Affairs Committee (CAEAL) has announced that two nominated lists have withdrawn from the upcoming Legislative Assembly Election, which will be held on September 12 this year. The two groups

IAM awaits heavy rain to test capacity of new drainage pump

A member of the Municipal Affairs Bureau (IAM) has declared that a major heavy rainfall and an astronomical tide combined are needed to test the capacity of the to-be-completed water

New café and workshop to be expected in Grand Prix Museum

The brand-new Macau Grand Prix Museum, overhauled to be six times larger than its previous version, achieved a “satisfactory” visitation, director of the Macao Government Tourism Office (MGTO) Maria Helena

MGTO lures Jiangsu travelers with MICE and Macanese cuisines

The Macao Government Tourism Office (MGTO) is tapping into the great possibilities offered by meetings, incentives, conferencing & exhibitions (MICE) and gastronomy tourism to build closer affiliation with the travel

On Eid, Xinjiang imams defend China against US criticism

Muslim leaders from the Xinjiang region rejected Western allegations that China is suppressing religious freedom, speaking at a reception yesterday for foreign diplomats and media at the end of the

Falun Gong | US sanctions Chinese official as it decries rights violations

The Biden administration announced sanctions on a Chinese official over human rights violations, including the arbitrary detention of a Falun Gong practitioner, as it decried the country’s persecution of religious

Liu He | Beijing denies report economic envoy to US might be replaced

China isn’t considering replacing Vice Premier Liu He as the top economic envoy to the U.S., the Ministry of Commerce said yesterday, denying a media report that the change was

This day in history | 1955 Communist states sign Warsaw Pact

The Soviet Union and its Eastern Bloc allies have signed a security pact in the Polish capital, Warsaw, after a three-day conference. Announcements in Warsaw and Moscow said the Soviet Prime

Muslims | Virus, Mideast turmoil stifle Eid al-Fitr celebrations

Muslims celebrated Eid al-Fitr in a subdued mood for a second year yesterday as the COVID-19 pandemic again forced mosque closings and family separations on the holiday marking the end

Drive In | A Black teen on trial in Netflix drama ‘Monster’

Monster, a courtroom drama starring Kelvin Harrison Jr., Jeffrey Wright, Jennifer Hudson and Jennifer Ehle that’s premiering Friday on Netflix isn’t actually new at all. Yes, it’s adapted from an acclaimed

F&B | Celebration in style

Cognac and good food are meant to be enjoyed with good friends, which will take the sensory experience to the next level. Hennessy has collaborated with six esteemed restaurants in

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