Xia pinpoints six key areas, applauds Macau gov’t

  National official Xia Baolong, currently in Macau, has pinpointed six key areas of governance during a meeting with local officials and heads of the legislature and judiciary.

‘Macau should lead in hospitality’ in GBA

With the largest stock of 5-star hotels worldwide, the city should set the standard in hospitality in the Greater Bay Area and Greater China, Wilfred Wong, president of Sands China Limited (SCL), has affirmed, boldly. In an exclusive interview with Macau Daily Times, Wong said his company is “trying hard” to serve that goal, especially through its incubator and training programs for staff and small and medium enterprises, organized in highly specialized academies.

Xi congratulates MUST on ‘Macao Science 1’ satellite launch

Chinese President Xi Jinping congratulated Macau University of Science and Technology (MUST) faculty and students Tuesday on the launch of the Macao Science Satellite 1 space

DSAT to improve transport-related apps, traffic lights

The Transport Bureau (DSAT) has announced improvements to local transport-related mobile applications (apps), Bureau representatives said during a meeting of the Traffic Advisory Committee (CCT).

Cathay Pacific sacks crew members accused of discriminating against non-English speakers

Hong Kong’s Cathay Pacific Airways has dismissed three cabin crew members after a passenger accused them of discriminating against non-English speakers, in a case that drew criticism

Higher standards of masks at homes and rehabilitation centers

The Social Welfare Bureau (IAS) is calling for those visiting older adults and nursing homes as well as rehabilitation centers for drug abusers to use higher standard face

Interest rates rise in Q1

According to statistics released by the Monetary Authority of Macao (AMCM), funding costs of the banking sector in Macau generally increased in the first quarter (Q1) of 2023.In

Macao week in Qingdao from Jun.8

The Macao Government Tourism Office (MGTO) is continuing its tours through several mainland cities to promote Macau as a travel destination. From June 8 to 12, the caravan

Morgan Stanley: Gaming revenues to surge 125% of pre-Covid levels

The city’s mass market revenue is forecasted to surge to 125% of 2019 levels amid China’s GDP growth and the recovery rate in Las Vegas. In a note,

Sales transactions total MOP24b in Q1

The value of retail sales increased 29.3% year-on-year to MOP24 billion in the first quarter, driven by the relaxation of border control measures. Excluding the effect of price

PJ warns public on SMSs from scammers

Increased reports about fake text messages from scammers disguised as courier service providers have prompted the PJ to advise the public to avoid clicking unfamiliar links and to

Portofino to be replaced by retail area with an Italian restaurant

On Friday May 12, “We bid farewell to Portofino because it’s closing down,” Wilfred Wong told the Times, explaining a group of old timers among the company’s

IC calls for musician competition contestants

Organized by the Cultural Affairs Bureau (IC), the 41st edition of the Macau Young Musicians Competition will take place from late July to mid-August and will be dedicated

At 25, European Central Bank preps for future of money

As it marks its 25th anniversary, the European Central Bank is readying a proposed design for a digital version of the euro, responding to pressure from

Melco volunteers celebrate Mother’s Day in local NGOs

As part of the Melco “Simple Acts of Kindness 2.0” initiative, more than 200 volunteers dedicated time during May to almost 450 local children and older adults, who were

MGM’s culinary team wins ‘Golden Bauhinia Cup’

During the Hong-Kong International Culinary Classic (HKICC) contest in early May, the MGM Golden Lion culinary team garnered nine accolades, including the competition’s most prestigious award the “Golden

Florida sued for restricting Chinese citizens, other foreigners from buying property

A group of Chinese citizens living and working in Florida sued the state earlier this week over a new law that bans Chinese nationals from purchasing property

New ambassador to US taking office amid disputes over trade, access to technology, Taiwan

China’s new ambassador to the U.S. is taking office amid disputes over trade, access to computer chips and Washington’s support for self-governing Taiwan. Xie Feng

Land activists arrested for allegedly inciting farmers to hate the rich

Three Cambodian land rights activists who were arrested on charges of plotting against the government planned to provoke a peasant revolution by teaching farmers about class divisions

Modi strikes new agreements on migration and green hydrogen

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi struck new agreements yesterday with his Australian counterpart Anthony Albanese on migration and green hydrogen, while raising concerns about attacks on

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