Art Macao | Wynn exhibition to walk public through journey of Chinese artistic treasures

Wynn is organizing a special exhibition under the theme of “Illusions and Reflections – Through the Eyes of the Masters” as part of the Art Macao: Macao International Art Biennale

Above half caterers, retailers report revenue up in May

  May 2021 saw 57% of caterers and 76% of retailers in Macau recording rising revenues year-on-year, the Statistics and Census Service announced. Despite the increase, the figures still saw a

Art Macao | Creative City Pavilion opens to the public on Friday

With Macau representing the City of Gastronomy; Nanjing, the City of Literature; Wuhan, the City of Design; and Linz, the City of Media Arts, the pavilion will kick off a

Drivers’ health most prominent factor in ‘4-4 shift’, says Agnes Lam

In considering the feasibility of the “4-4 shift” of bus drivers, lawmaker Agnes Lam stressed that the health of drivers should be the most important factor. The “4-4 shift” is a

Macau and HK graduates can compete for over 9,000 jobs in Guangdong

Fresh graduates from Hong Kong and Macau are able to apply for a total of 9,464 vacancies set aside in the Human Resources and Social Security Department of Guangdong Province. These

GBA Climate | Record-breaking amount of hot days in 2020

Last year, the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macau Greater Bay Area (GBA) recorded a record- breaking number of hot days, at 29.9 days; 17.5 days more than average and the highest number of hot

Gov’t urged to refine application for economic housing

  Lawmaker Leong Sun Iok is urging the government to refine the current application procedures for the economic housing, after some employers have proved uncooperative and unwilling to provide the necessary

Typhoon Cempeka | Possibility of T8 low, gov’t calls on industries to take precautions

The Meteorological and Geophysical Bureau (SMG) announced that the possibility of issuing a higher typhoon signal is low before dawn today, following its earlier announcement that there is a “medium

Social Housing | 60 tenants eventually get Mong-ha units

After a decade of construction with several issues along the way, the second phase of the Mong-ha Social Housing estate finally became ready for distribution yesterday. Named by the government as

Crime | Man scammed in fake investment scheme while seeking prostitution services

A 20-year-old local male has been reportedly involved in a false money investment scheme while searching for prostitution services in Macau, the Judiciary Police (PJ) informed yesterday. According to the PJ

SJM to run self-promoted casinos at Diamond Casino, Lisboeta Macau

SJM Holdings Ltd (SJM) is going to take over the operation of Casino Diamond, a satellite casino under the group which will go under later this month in addition to

Crime | PJ detains two scam suspects at the border, one wanted since January 2019

The Judiciary Police (PJ), with the help of the Public Security Police Force (PSP), has detained two scam suspects at the Border Gate checkpoint. The two suspects are a 66-year-old

Crime | Woman accuses housemate of sexual coercion

  A 26-year-old woman of Filipino nationality is accusing her housemate, a 27-year-old man, also from the Philippines, of sexual coercion, the Judiciary Police (PJ) informed yesterday during the regular joint

US accuses China of Microsoft Exchange email hack

The Biden administration yesterday blamed China for a hack of Microsoft Exchange email server software that compromised tens of thousands of computers around the world earlier this year. The administration and

Gov’t to intensify efforts to avoid drastic fluctuations in hog prices

China’s top economic planner said yesterday that it would work with related departments to intensify regulatory measures to avoid drastic ups and downs in hog prices when necessary. Since the beginning

Beyond The Blue: stories of hope and resilience

Sands China is currently running a striking ceramics exhibition for Art Macao titled “Project Sands X: Beyond the Blue – An Exhibition of Ceramic Extraordinaire.” The exhibition that is now showcased

US firms in Hong Kong face risks, says AmCham

U.S. businesses operating in Hong Kong should reassess their operations and decide if the risks of operating there are worth the reward, the president of the American Chamber of Commerce

American father, son get Japan prison terms for Ghosn escape

A Tokyo court handed down prison terms for the American father and son accused of helping Nissan’s former chairman, Carlos Ghosn, escape to Lebanon while awaiting trial in Japan. Michael Taylor

Top Olympic sponsor Toyota pulls Games-related TV ads

Toyota won’t be airing any Olympic-themed advertisements on Japanese television during the Tokyo Games despite being one of the IOC’s top corporate sponsors. The extraordinary decision by the country’s top automaker

This day in history | 1944 Hitler survives assassination attempt

Adolf Hitler has escaped death after a bomb exploded at 1242 local time at his headquarters in Rastenberg, East Prussia. The German News Agency broke the news from Hitler’s headquarters, known

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