Casino revenues surge 33% as recovery continues

Macau's gross gaming revenue surged to MOP10.32 billion in February as the sector benefited from the city’s easing of restrictions since early January. The figure

Design firm hints at a new indoor theme park in Macau

Design firm Legacy Entertainment (Legacy) is said to have completed the design for a new large-scale indoor theme park, to be located at one of the gaming

Nearly MOP4m reported in serial online shopping fraud

An alleged online shopping scam has impacted at least four people, reporting a total loss nearing MOP4 million, and led to the arrest of a

300 more ‘Eyes in the Sky’ from today

A In a statement from the Unitary Police Services (SPU), it was also disclosed that to complete the fifth phase, there are only two more

CE holds talks with Chinese railway group, Singaporean investment company

Chief Executive Ho Iat Seng met separately with executives from Chinese railway manufacturer CRRC Corporation Ltd. and Singaporean investment company Temasek earlier this week. Both

Beijing says it’s been ‘open and transparent’ on virus origins

China pushed back at renewed suggestions that the COVID-19 pandemic could have been the result of a lab leak, saying it has been “open and transparent” in

DSOP concludes Barra LRT station

The construction of Barra LRT station was completed in February after being delayed for over a year, according to the official website of Public Works Bureau (DSOP). Barra

HK CE John Lee to visit Macau today

Hong Kong Chief Executive John Lee Ka-chiu will visit Macau today for the first time after resumption of border normalcy. Among the delegation are Deputy Chief Secretary

Local business sector explores opportunities in Foshan

A The delegation included representatives from the trades of MICE, industry, trading and major hotels and resorts. During the visit, they were introduced to enterprises and

CUHK recruiting MBA students in Macau

The Business School of the Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK) is recruiting candidates for the university’s Executive Masters of Business Administration (EMBA) in Macau

Sands China nurtures emerging artists in new exhibition at Sands Gallery

Sands China has been championing young artists by providing opportunities for them to grow their crafts, by showcasing their works, and by hosting initiatives for these artists

Belarusian leader visits China amid Ukraine tensions

Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko, a close ally of Russia, arrived in Beijing yesterday for a state visit that will be watched for hints about China’s attitude to

China rips new US House committee on countering Beijing

China lashed out yesterday at a new U.S. House committee dedicated to countering Beijing, demanding its members “discard their ideological bias and zero-sum Cold War mentality.”

Head-on train crash kills 36, injures at least 85

A passenger train carrying hundreds of people, including many university students returning home from holiday, collided at high speed with an oncoming freight train in a fiery wreck in

1969 Concorde flies for the first time

The supersonic airliner, Concorde, has made a “faultless” maiden flight. The Anglo-French plane took off from Toulouse and was in the air for just 27 minutes

On the ‘Difficulty of Giving’

Amazon founder Jeff Bezos, when asked if he was committed to giving away most of his wealth in his lifetime, which represented a pledge worth $122 billion,

Putting Mongolia on the digital map

Bolor-Erdene Battsengel wants to transform Mongolia into a “digital first” country — and help young people, especially girls in this sparsely populated nation of 3.3 million,

Just Fontaine, who scored 13 goals at 1958 World Cup, dies

Just Fontaine, the French soccer great who scored a record 13 goals at the 1958 World Cup, has died. He was 89. Fontaine’s former club Reims

Chilean circus has fought LGBTQ discrimination for 54 years

The transformation begins as night falls on this semi-desert esplanade on the outskirts of Chile’s capital, with Arturo, Alejandro and René applying makeup and donning wigs, feathers and

Popular China-linked store stirs debate amid Kenya inflation

Hundreds of Kenyan traders protested yesterday in the capital, Nairobi, over a popular new Chinese-affiliated shop selling goods they say undercut their businesses. But some people pinched by

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