Casino sector gains momentum, hitting new high in April

The casino sector continues to gain traction in recovery in April, recording MOP14.7 billion in revenue in April, the highest monthly taking since January 2020.

Secretary Wong: Protest not the only representation of a free Macau

Equating the existence of a May 1 protest to a free Macau is “illogical,” Secretary for Security Wong Sio Chak said on the sidelines of

Visitor figures drop on the fourth day, still above forecast

The number of tourists entering Macau during the so-called Labor Day Holidays, which comprise five days between April 29 and May 3, started to drop on

Eight gamblers banned from Macau after casino fight

Eight mainland gamblers have been banned from entering Macau following a gang-fight in a mass-market casino area in Cotai, the local head of security confirmed over

World’s workers rally, France sees pension anger

People squeezed by inflation and demanding economic justice took to streets across Asia, Europe and the Americas Monday to mark May Day, in an outpouring of worker discontent not

Foreign travelers Find Macau ‘a good destination to have some holidays’

Foreign tourists who are currently visiting Macau during the Golden Week have expressed their satisfaction in the city’s offerings. Amid the Golden Week,

Second phase of flood prevention works at Inner Harbour to commence

The second phase of the construction of box culverts to prevent and reduce flooding in the Inner Harbour area will commence Thursday (May 4), the

SARs residents to face tightened residency requirements in Taiwan 

The Mainland Affairs Council in Taiwan is considering a legal amendment to tighten permanent residency requirements for Hong Kong and Macau residents. A government official, speaking on the

PLA garrison opens barracks to public

The Chinese People’s Liberation Army (PLA) Garrison stationed in the SAR opened barracks on Taipa Island to the public on the weekend. This was the 17th time

Construction workers’ wage records slight decrease

The average daily wage of construction workers decreased by 0.8% quarter-to-quarter to MOP792 in the first quarter of 2023. The average daily wage of local workers (MOP989) rose

SSM adjusts Covid-19 vaccination recommendations in line with WHO

Local health authorities have amended the guidelines on Covid-19 vaccination, which commenced May 1. Under the newly updated guidelines, the Health Bureau (SSM) adjusted

MGM records MOP5b in revenue in Q1 as sector recovers

MGM China has outperformed the casino market as the industry recovers. The group recorded a revenue increase of 131.2% year-on-year to HKD4.8 billion for the first quarter, reaching 84%

Gov’t to announce procedures for driving license mutual recognition

Application procedures for driving license mutual recognition with mainland China will be available prior to the official commencement date – May 16 – director Lam Hin

Chinese electric vehicle brands expand to global markets

Osamu Furukawa has driven lots of Japanese cars for his business converting classic gasoline-powered models to electric. But his favorite ride is an import: A battery-powered SUV

Tsai hopes to deepen US security exchanges

Taiwan's head of government Tsai Ing-wen told visiting ex-U.S. national security adviser John Bolton this week that the island is willing to deepen cooperation with the

Qin makes rare visit to Myanmar border

China's foreign minister Qin Gang called for stability and a crackdown on cross-border criminal activity along the country’s border with Myanmar, during an unusual visit to the volatile

Chinese who reported on Covid possibly released after three years

Chinese authorities were, apparently preparing on Labor Day to release a man who disappeared three years ago after publicizing videos of overcrowded hospitals and bodies during

Two nations ‘ironclad’ partners amid China tension: Biden

President Joe Biden reiterated U.S. commitment to the Philippines’ security and noted the “deep friendship” of the two nations as he hosted Philippines President Ferdinand Marcos Jr.

Bubble Up the Exclusive GourMay

French GourMay is back with the best kind of French bubbles! Looking for the best way to celebrate the annual food and wine festival in style? Aux Beaux

1951 King George opens Festival of Britain

The festival has been organised to mark the centenary of the Great Exhibition of 1851. It is intended to demonstrate Britain’s contribution to civilisation, past, present, and

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