Disney Concert to sweep audience away with nostalgia for favorite classic songs

Disney Princess – The Concert is coming to The Venetian Theatre from tonight until Sunday to serenade Disney local audiences with Disney princesses’ greatest hits.

Lawmakers call for salary updates for gaming concessionaire workers

Lawmakers Nick Lei and Ella Lei are calling on the government to push the gaming concessionaires to increase the salaries of their workers. The call follows the

MGM optimistic on further market growth amid decoupling

Macau's recovery is set to continue amid discussions on broader macroeconomic issues in China, according to Hubert Wang, president and chief operating officer of MGM China.

US military is placing a new emphasis on ground troops for Pacific defense

As Chinese missile testing in the waters around Taiwan grew increasingly aggressive in 1996, the U.S. sailed two aircraft carrier groups to the island that Beijing

Lawmakers call on structural changes for daycares, while IAS reviews the rules

During the recent Legislative Assembly (AL) plenary, at least two lawmakers, including Lo Choi In and José Pereira Coutinho, have called for the government to review

Investment deals worth over USD300b signed

A total of 859 investment and trade deals worth an approximate combined 2.24 trillion yuan (about USD312 billion) have been signed at an investment promotion event for the

GBA Cup splits categories to attempt stability

The Greater Bay Area (GBA) GT Cup has probably experienced the most changes of any Macau Grand Prix racing event. This year’s GBA GT Cup

Regional contenders aim for the gold

Starting last year, the TCR Asia Challenge will this year continue to bring fierce competition among regional racers of the TCR touring cars category. Without

Added excitement anticipated for this year’s F4 race

Formula 4 (F4) will be taking part once again of this year’s two-weekend celebratory program of the 70th edition of the Macau Grand Prix event. Initially

Local rookie with ‘strong desire’ for a good result in first GP

Making his debut at the Guia Circuit, local teen Tiago Rodrigues is hoping for the best for his first-ever Grand Prix weekend. The

New car, added competitivity

Retaining only the name from previous editions, the Macau Roadsport Challenge will this year present a completely new racing series to local Grand Prix spectators.

GP 70 Schedule

6:30 - 7:00    Circuit Inspection 7:45 - 8:30  Macau Formula 4 Race - Free Practice 8:45 - 9:15     

Health Bureau reports 15 suicide cases for Q3

Health Bureau (SSM) has reported a 4.3% decline in the number of suicides during the third quarter (Q3) of this year compared to the same period last year.

Manulife reports robust growth in the SARs for Q3 2023

In the third quarter of the year, insurance agency Manulife achieved significant growth in its Macau and Hong Kong offices, with double-digit year-over-year increases in insurance

GalaxyArt Presents Wing Shya +853 Moments in Macau Photography Exhibition at Galaxy Macau™

GalaxyArt is an art space located within Galaxy Macau™ Integrated Resort. Since its launching in July 2021, it has actively collaborated with the Macau Special Administrative Region government

A Philadelphia Orchestra violinist hopes to build ties

Fifty years after the Philadelphia Orchestra’s history-making visit to China in 1973 that helped build then-fledgling U.S.-China ties, Davyd Booth hopes for a repeat performance. The

Putin visits Asian neighbor, part of his efforts to cement ties with ex-Soviet allies

Russian President Vladimir Putin visited Kazakhstan yesterday, part of his efforts to cement ties with the ex-Soviet neighbor and major economic partner in the midst of

US and South Korea close ranks on common global issues during Blinken visit

The United States and South Korea closed ranks behind common approaches to North Korea, Russia and China yesterday, vowing to continue to support Ukraine against Russia’s invasion

Home secretary sparks furor by accusing police of favoring pro-Palestinian protesters

Britain’s interior minister yesterday accused the country’s largest police force of being more lenient toward pro-Palestinian demonstrators than other groups, deepening a political feud sparked by the

1982 Brezhnev rumours sweep Moscow

Suspicions that a senior Communist party figure had died were fuelled by a sudden change of the television schedules on Wednesday evening. Light entertainment programmes were

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