Ho Iat Seng: Sandwich-class housing on hold due to lack of demand

The sandwich-class housing project, a concept that Chief Executive Ho Iat Seng introduced to Macau after taking office, will be halted temporarily due to lack of demand,

Galaxy to host 50 concerts and 250 MICE events in 2024

Gaming operator Galaxy Macau plans to host 50 concerts and 250 MICE events in 2024 as part of its pledge to diversify its non-gaming offerings.

Casino sector to ‘unlikely’ reach MOP180 GGR

Chief Executive Ho Iat Seng doubts that gross gaming revenue (GGR) will reach MOP180 billion this year. Ho was speaking yesterday at the Policy Address

CE: National security and patriotic education nothing new to Macau

Macau has a solid and established foundation when it comes to education on national security and patriotism, Chief Executive Ho Iat Seng told the Policy Address Press Conference

This year’s Biden-Xi summit has better foundation, but risks won’t go away

The course of events in the year since the last meeting between Presidents Joe Biden and Xi Jinping offers cautious hope that they will have better luck this

Wynn partners with The International Series to bring in golf tournament

Wynn announced a new partnership with The International Series that will introduce a golf tournament to the Macau Golf & Country Club in March 2024, marking


The King and us. To mark King Charles III’s 75th birthday yesterday, the Consulate-General in Hong Kong and Macao hosted an event at a city hotel, attended by over 70

UnionPay launches QR-code cash withdrawals

UnionPay International has launched its QR-based cash withdrawal service in Macau, with BNU being the first local bank to launch in the market.  The Portuguese bank’s

GAC Group returns at Macau Auto Show 2023

GAC Group has returned to the China (Macau) International Automobile Exposition for the 13th consecutive year, launching its right-hand drive versions of EMZOOM, EMKOO, and AION Y PLUS.

UM team wins in ‘Challenge Cup’ contest’ 

The work of a team from the University of Macau stood out among more than 400,000 entries across the country in the “Challenge Cup” National College Students’ Extracurricular Academic Science

No current plan to progress LGBT+ rights because of traditions

Because LGBT+ identities are against Chinese traditions, he will not push for legal progress in the area unless with social consensus, Chief Executive Ho Iat Seng said in

Head of China’s state-backed Catholic church ` historic trip to Hong Kong

The head of the Catholic church in China began a trip to Hong Kong yesterday at the invitation of the city’s pope-appointed Roman Catholic cardinal, marking

South Korea, US-led UN command warn Kim over its nuclear threat

Senior defense officials from South Korea, the United States and other nations yesterday warned North Korea over its nuclear ambitions and threats, vowing an unspecified collective response

China, Iran, Arab nations condemn Israeli minister’s statement about dropping a nuclear bomb on Gaza

China, Iran and a multitude of Arab nations condemned an Israeli minister’s statement that a nuclear bomb on the Gaza Strip was an option in

1940 Germans bomb Coventry to destruction

The German Luftwaffe has bombed Coventry in a massive raid which lasted more than 10 hours and left much of the city devastated. Relays of enemy

Sketchbooks on display in NYC show whimsy, humor, determination

He was a giant of 20th-century art, but that doesn’t mean Pablo Picasso needed a big canvas. Matchbook covers, postcards, restaurant napkins — they

Italy faces showdown with Ukraine in Euro 2024 qualifying. Albania and Slovenia set to advance

The final rounds of European Championship qualifiers sees defending champion Italy needing a strong finish to clinch a spot at the tournament, while Albania and Slovenia can

Biden hails ‘new era’ of ties between US and Indonesia

President Joe Biden celebrated a “new era” in the relationship between the United States and Indonesia as he met with Indonesian President Joko Widodo at the White

UK cybersecurity center says ‘deepfakes’ and other AI tools pose a threat to the next election

Britain’s cybersecurity agency said yesterday that artificial intelligence poses a threat to the country’s next national election, and cyberattacks by hostile countries and their proxies are proliferating and getting

Why Cameron is a surprising choice  as new UK foreign policy chief

As political comebacks go, former British Prime Minister David Cameron’s return to government as foreign secretary is more dramatic and unexpected than most. After unsuccessfully campaigning during

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