Secret US spying program targeted top Venezuelan officials, flouting international law

A secret memo obtained by The Associated Press details a yearslong covert operation by the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration that sent undercover operatives into Venezuela to surreptitiously record and build drug-trafficking cases against the country’s leadership – a plan the U.S. acknowledged from the start was arguably a violation of international law.

January GGR beats analysts’ projections as revenues hit MOP19b

Macau’s casino revenues surged by up to 67% year-on-year in January to MOP19.3 billion, beating analysts estimates as the sector continually recovers ahead of the Chinese New Year. Data from the

Fresh poultry returns to city’s markets

The retail sale of fresh poultry meat will return to Macau’s market this Friday, following the temporary cessation of retail sales in the region in 2017

Sands confidence in further growth

Las Vegas Sands has set its sights on further growth in Macau, after its success in the region drove revenue up to USD10.38 billion.

Macau residents living in Hengqin now eligible for social security

Macau residents residing in Hengqin on or after Mar. 1 last year will be considered to be living in Macau as far as social securities are concerned,

Macau rebound key driver for Fitch’s projections for Wynn

Fitch Ratings has assigned a first-time ‘BB-’ Issuer Default Rating (IDR) to Wynn Resorts Limited and its subsidiaries in light of its expected improvement in Macau’s gaming

Bill suggests radio practice violators subject to both administrative and criminal charges

A parliamentary committee yesterday recommended the inclusion of a separate article in a bill about the bilateral prosecution of radio practice violators for clarity. The Third

Manufacturing contracts for a fourth straight month in January

A survey of factory managers in China released Wednesday shows manufacturing contracted in January for a fourth straight month, reflecting weak demand and a faltering recovery in

Macau is leaving HK behind in space race

As I write this I am still mesmerized by the amazing fully immersive video, sound and “vibrational” experience called SPACE that had its grand gala

TUI refused William Kuan’s habeas corpus request

The Court of Final Appeal (TUI) has refused to grant businessman William Kuan’s habeas corpus request in connection to his public works case. Kuan, who has been involved

Cross border trips surge 93%

Transport data from the Statistics and Census Service (DSEC) shows that cross-border vehicular traffic totalled 7.3 million trips, an increase of 93% year-on-year. Over 1.1 million vehicles from

CE: Hengqin’s development needs to further integrate with economic campaign

Chief Executive Ho Iat Seng emphasized in a recent meeting that the ongoing development of the Guangdong Macau In-depth Cooperation Zone in Hengqin needs further integration

HK Observatory forecasts cold CNY

Despite the recent warm spell, temperatures are expected to drop again just before Lunar New Year, according to the Hong Kong Observatory’s nine-day forecast. From recent days until

DSAT plans to cancel about 100 motorbike parking spaces

The Transport Bureau (DSAT) has announced that around 100 parking spaces for motorcycles will be cancelled in various districts of the city. In 14 locations on the Macau

UM exhibition on French Impressionism to showcase 130 masterpieces

An exhibition showcasing nearly 130 paintings of French Impressionism and other styles will open on Feb. 2 at the Museum of Art of the University of Macau (UM),

Smuggling attempts thwarted by Gongbei Customs

A local man has been arrested by the Gongbei Customs on allegations of smuggling 21 live turtles into mainland China, over three consecutive days. The confiscated

Sands China inaugurates Contemporary Art of China 2022

The Exhibition of Annual Contemporary Art of China 2022 officially opens from today until Feb. 27 at the Venetian Cotai Expo Hall C. The

Order to liquidate property giant Evergrande is one step in fixing China’s debt crisis

A Hong Kong court’s order to liquidate China Evergrande, the world’s most heavily indebted real estate developer, is only a tentative step toward resolving a debt crisis

Studio City Water Park listed among China’s top 100 novel attractions in 2023

The Studio City Water Park has been named as one of China’s top 100 novel attractions by Global Travel Play Book based on an analysis of user browsing,

Galaxy organizes charity sessions of ‘Sea Cruises’

Galaxy Entertainment Group (GEG) recently organized several charity sessions of Sea Cruises for nearly 150 members from over 10 local organizations. The aim was to deepen

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