Macau venture could be a drain to Genting’s cash: report

PublicInvest Research said today (Friday) that Genting Malaysia (GenM) could face a "cash drain" in the short term should it secure a gaming concession in Macau. GenM is bidding in the

Gov’t to announce gaming tender results tomorrow

The Macau Government will possibly announce the preliminary results of the international tender for six gaming concessions at a press conference tomorrow morning (Saturday), which was scheduled by

Anti-graft watchdog busts alleged breach of confidentiality

A The corruption watchdog said the proprietor had colluded with former colleagues to obtain such information, so he could attract customers by providing lower-priced quotes.

Hong Kong emigres crave taste of milk tea from home

In London, Wong Wai-yi misses the taste of home. A year ago, the 31-year-old musician was in Hong Kong, earning a good living composing for

Economy chief has no definite answer to high fuel prices

Secretary for Economy and Finance Lei Wai Nong has no solution to the issue of soaring fuel prices but insists that “we need to do the math.”

A decade to ‘change the image of Macau,’ gov’t proposes

It has been confirmed that the local government is trying to reduce casino activities to irrelevance or something merely residual through diversification of the economy

Promising Spain brings back the ‘tiki-taka’

It was a World Cup win fit for a king. Literally. King Felipe VI was among those congratulating Spain in Qatar after its 7-0 rout

Immerse Lingnan Culture into Our Daily Life

Lion prancing to a drumbeat, cymbals, gongs crashing, and drums pounding together, let's witness the essence of the Lion Dance prestige performance! To showcase the tremendously competitive art and traditional

‘Tourism +’ to increase in 2023

Activities under “Tourism +” are likely to increase over 2023, the director of the Macao Government Tourism Office (MGTO) Maria Helena de Senna Fernandes said at

PJ stages mock abduction rescue

The Judiciary Police (PJ) staged a mock operation wherein they rescued a female university student kidnapped by a gang of three men. The simulation was

Composite interest rates for pataca, HKD rise in Q3

The composite interest rates for the pataca (MOP) and the Hong Kong dollar (HKD) rose from 0.56% and 1.05% at the end of June to 0.88% and

Melco helps realize the dreams of local elderlies through Simple Acts of Kindness 2.0

Since 2020, Melco Resorts & Entertainment Chairman & CEO Mr. Lawrence Ho has deployed the company’s workforce en masse to support the local community during work

Shenzhen meeting encourages more int’l exchanges

  Representatives from member organizations of the Shenzhen People’s Association for Friendship with Foreign Countries have unanimously agreed that concerted efforts should be made to further strengthen

Authorities expand lockdowns as Covid-19 cases hit daily record

Pandemic lockdowns are expanding across China, including in a city where factory workers clashed this week with police, as the number of COVID-19 cases hits a

Philippines asks China for explanation over latest sea feud

The Philippines has sought an explanation from China after a Filipino military commander reported that the Chinese coast guard forcibly seized Chinese rocket debris in the

Long-time reformist leader Anwar named as premier

Malaysia's king named reformist opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim as the country’s Prime Minister, ending days of uncertainty after divisive general elections produced a hung Parliament. Sultan

Kim’s sister makes insulting threats to Seoul over sanctions

The powerful sister of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un made insult-laden threats against South Korea yesterday for considering unilateral sanctions on the North, calling the

Pope links plight of Ukrainians today to Stalin’s ‘genocide’

Pope Francis yesterday linked the suffering of Ukrainians now to the 1930s “genocide artificially caused by Stalin,” when the Soviet leader was blamed for

Migrant boat had sailed from Libya with 483 people

Greek authorities say a dilapidated fishing boat crammed with migrants that was towed to port after losing steering in rough seas south of Crete was carrying a total

1998 ‘Corrupt’ Turkish government falls

The government of Turkey has collapsed after losing a no-confidence motion over corruption allegations. The Turkish assembly voted by an absolute majority - 314 votes to 214

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