CE sees ‘more opportunities’ for city’s development in Beyond Expo

Chief Executive Ho Iat Seng sees more opportunities for Macau’s development in a recent technology expo, as stated in his opening speech. Beyond Expo is

Wynn revenue doubles as Cotai property leads recovery

Wynn Macau’s operating revenues doubled to USD600 million, compared to the USD298 million recorded a year ago, according to its first quarter earnings result.

Three suspects arrested for thefts at Cotai shops, two others at large

On May 6, the Public Security Police Force (PSP) arrested three people at two locations for separate thefts concerning two different clothing stores in Cotai,

Gov’t: Covid-19 cases up, three policy secretaries infected

The government is again calling on the public to reinforce protection measures to reduce infection risk as it is recording a rise in Covid-19 infections.

China vice-president promotes Europe ties during Portugal visit

Chinese state media yesterday highlighted Vice-President Han Zheng’s meeting with Portuguese President Marcelo Rebelo de Sousa during his visit to Portugal, where he said that

TheArsenale displays new exhibition on ‘the future of mobility’ at City of Dreams

Since May 1, TheArsenale – a brand dedicated to mobility via air, sea, and land – has held its fifth exhibition in Macau in partnership with

Rents down 1.5%: DSEC

The average rent per square meter of usable area for residential units in the city was MOP130 in the first quarter of 2023, down 1.5% quarter-to-quarter, according to

HK-Macau ferry operations grow to 14 daily

Fourteen ferries currently serve Hong Kong and Macau routes, with about 76 operating daily. There are four ferries per hour, an increase of nearly four times compared to

BNU records MOP122.4 million Q1 profit

The Banco Nacional Ultramarino (BNU) has revealed its first performance of the year, highlighting an unaudited profit after tax of MOP122.4 million during Q1, compared to about MOP39.9

MPU grants scholarship to 600 students

The Macao Polytechnic University has awarded scholarships to 600 students during its 2023 Scholarships Award Ceremony at the university auditorium. This ceremony aims to recognize students’ achievements in

Guangdong stressed further docking with SARs in rules and systems

The Leading Group for the Development of the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area (GBA) held its 9th plenary meeting in Guangzhou. Huang Kunming, Party secretary of

Airbnb posts $117 million profit, but 2Q outlook disappoints

Airbnb said yesterday that it earned $117 million in the first quarter as revenue rose during the ongoing recovery in travel, but the company’s outlook

Aaron Kwok to be Melco Residency Concert Series’ grand finale

Dubbed “King of the Stage,” Aaron Kwok has announced he will participate in the grand finale of “Melco Residency Concert Series” for 2023 with ten performances at a press

CTM signs collaboration with UM on big data development

At the Beyond Expo yesterday, “CTM and the University of Macau Cooperative Research on Big Data Collaboration Agreement Signing Ceremony” was conducted at CTM’s booth. The signing sealed

China urges Afghan changes on women’s roles

China yesterday called on Afghanistan to reform its radical policies excluding women from education and public life and “adopt a more resolute attitude in combating terrorism.”

Beijing says it won’t seek to benefit from war in Ukraine

China's foreign minister said yesterday that his country has no intention of benefiting from the war in Ukraine and hopes for further discussions on a

Imran Khan in court as more violence erupts across country

Pakistan’s former Prime Minister Imran Khan appeared in court yesterday, a day after he was dragged from another court and arrested in Islamabad, setting off clashes between

ASEAN leaders condemn attack on aid convoy in Myanmar

Southeast Asian leaders condemned an attack on an aid convoy that the regional group had arranged for displaced people in Myanmar, calling yesterday for an immediate stop

Tabloid group admits it unlawfully gathered info on Harry

The publisher of British tabloid the Daily Mirror has acknowledged and apologized for unlawfully gathering information about Prince Harry in its reporting, and said it

1986 Soviets launch space station Mir

The Soviets have opened a new phase in space exploration with the launch of the world’s biggest space station, Mir. The successful launch of Mir comes

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