Las Vegas union calls on Macau gov’t to release land transaction records amid worries over alleged triad involvement in Treasure Island deal

An international union has submitted a public records request regarding the land transaction involving Genting Group and Ao Mio Leong to the Land and Urban Construction

Photographer to launch zine with images of Basque pelota

A Macau-based photographer is set to launch a photographic magazine featuring images of history in certain districts, kicking off the first issue with “Memories of Jai Alai.” 

Elegant garden party

Inspired by sumptuous entertainment practices from France known as “Fête Champêtre” during the 18th century, an elegant garden party awaits at Four Seasons.    Splash

MGM Presents Large-scale Multimedia Landscape Installation: A Metamorphosis: No End to End

Indoor Paper Sculpture Garden Redefines Traditional Culture with Innovation Aspired to rejuvenate Chinese arts and culture, this summer MGM once again joins hands with internationally acclaimed cross-media artist Jennifer Wen Ma

Gov’t: Past cowpox vaccination provides 85% protection against monkeypox

People born in the 1980s or earlier should have 85% protection against being infected with monkeypox, neurosurgeon Warren Tai, medical director of the public hospital, said

Star poet Tanikawa, it’s fun, not work, at 90

Shuntaro Tanikawa used to think poems descended like an inspiration from the heavens. As he grew older — he is now 90 — Tanikawa sees poems as

Special flight brings 96 residents back from Shanghai

88 students and eight Macau residents in Shanghai were repatriated to Macau on Wednesday, and are undergoing quarantine at the Sheraton Grand Macao. The individuals

SSM: No ‘long Covid’ cases in Macau

The city has not yet seen any recovered patients show symptoms of “long Covid,” neurosurgeon Warren Tai, medical director of the public Conde de São Januário

More quarantine hotel choices for incoming domestic helpers

Those entering Macau on domestic helper visas will not be restricted to staying at the Treasure Hotel anymore, and can choose another specified quarantine hotel, Lao

Fire department blames road design for January fire truck crash

The S-shaped design of the road, alongside several other factors, was the cause of a fire truck crash next to the Macao Daily News Building

TIS showcases student artwork 

The International School of Macau (TIS) recently staged an exhibition featuring work from all its students, aiming to give students the “opportunity to fully express themselves,” the

Beijing demands US stop trade talks with Taiwan

China's government yesterday accused Washington of jeopardizing peace after U.S. envoys began trade talks with Taiwan aimed at deepening relations with the self-ruled island democracy claimed

Journalist detained in China denied calls, partner says

The Australian partner of a journalist who has been detained in China for nearly two years said yesterday she is being denied the chance to speak

Carbon emissions dip, at least briefly, in China, study says

China, the world’s top emitter of carbon dioxide that causes global warming, has seen a notable dip in its emissions over the past three quarters

UK pledges missiles to Ukraine; new US ambassador in Kyiv

Britain pledged yesterday to send sophisticated medium-range rocket systems to Ukraine, joining the United States and Germany in equipping the embattled nation with advanced weapons for

1957 Noel Coward comes hom

Noel Coward has returned to Britain from the West Indies amid criticism that he is living abroad to avoid paying income tax. He arrived at Southampton on

The pain and beauty of ‘Crimes of the Future’

Pain is a essentially a thing of the past for some in David Cronenberg’s “ Crimes of the Future,” a dense, gorgeous and grotesque meditation on

Krug Echoes

Building on the notion of food pairing and translating this idea into music, Krug invites guests to experience Krug Grande Cuvée 170ème Édition through a Music Pairing. Every year,

Danish voters give strong ‘yes’ to joining EU defense policy

With nearly all votes counted from a referendum yesterday , Denmark is headed toward joining the European Union’s common defense policy that it long eschewed, a new

Queen Elizabeth II’s Platinum Jubilee kicks off with pomp

Four days of celebrations honoring Queen Elizabeth II’s 70 years on the throne kicked off yesterday with a display of British military traditions stretching from the days of horse

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