MGM “Barra Spring Fest” with CNY Festivities Galore to Revitalize Barra District

As the Lunar New Year rolls in during February, MGM has launched a fresh revitalization initiative “Barra Spring Fest” – in which MGM has extended its arts &

Trade: Mexico overtakes China as the leading source of goods imported by US

For the first time in more than two decades, Mexico last year surpassed China as the leading source of goods imported by the United States. The shift reflects the growing tensions between Washington and Beijing as well as U.S. efforts to import from countries that are friendlier and closer to home.

MGM Once Again Garners Seven Five-Star Awards from Forbes Travel Guide 2024

This year, MGM has again been awarded seven Forbes Travel Guide’s Five-Star Awards. This is a testament to the Company’s leading position in the hospitality industry and its commitment to

Residents unhappy with Sai Van Bridge’s new flashing colorful lights

Many local residents are unhappy with the transformation of the Sai Van Bridge, which now includes flashing, colored lights placed on its towers. The

LRT to operate overnight on CNY’s Eve

To cope with the expected rise in passenger flow during the upcoming festival, the Light Rapid Transit (LRT) service announced yesterday it would offer overnight services

Hengqin border averages 67,000 crossings daily

Since Jan. 26, the Hengqin Border Checkpoint has recorded 670,000 border crossings, equating to over 67,000 crossings each day on average. According to a report

New taxi surcharge starts today

Taxi passengers will now face a fee of MOP21 for the initial 1,600 meters of their journeys, following proposals lobbied by taxi groups.

Daily GGR in February averaging MOP625 million

According to JP Morgan Securities (Asia Pacific) Ltd, Macau’s casino gross gaming revenue (GGR) for the first four days of February is estimated to be

China, US hold economic talks as trade issues heat up on the campaign trail

Chinese and U.S. officials have met in Beijing for talks on tough issues dividing the two largest economies, as trade and tariffs increasingly draw attention in the

Temperatures to drop to 9 degrees in the Lunar New Year

According to the Meteorological and Geophysics Bureau (SMG), a cold wave will continue to hit Macau, causing temperatures to gradually drop. Under the influence of the winter monsoon,

BNU profits surge 62% in 2023

BNU has reported unaudited profits of MOP587.3 million in 2023, indicating a significant increase of 62% compared to the MOP224.5 million recorded in 2022. According to a press

Member concerned about capacity of construction waste landfill

A member of the Urban Planning Committee (CPU) has expressed concerns over the possibility of urban renewal projects adding pressure to the capacity of construction waste landfills,

Int’l realtor hopes gov’t lifts all cooling measures

Foreseeing a tough real property market in Macau in 2024, an executive at an international realtor suggested yesterday the government fully lift its cooldown measures.

CO poisoning injures three children

A case of carbon monoxide (CO) poisoning involving three children has been reported to the Health Bureau (SSM). The three children, all local residents, are aged between 7

Pottery exhibition from Shandong, Qinghai opens

An exhibition featuring dark pottery arts from the provinces of Shandong and Qinghai is now being staged at the Tap Seac Gallery. Separated into two sections, the exhibition

Booking needed for HZMB entrants’ parking when under 600 spaces available

Although lots at the Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macao Bridge’s East Parking do not usually require prior booking, booking is now required when the remaining number of available lots drops below

Wynn supports expansion of SME business opportunities and grows together with Macao community

Wynn actively works with the local community and small and medium enterprises (SMEs) to progressively advance the development of community tourism, and a specific focus of this

Volunteers from Sands China Celebrate Chinese New Year by Serving Elderly

Around 200 volunteers from Sands China, including Sands Cares Ambassadors, company executives, and other team members, continued a 15-year tradition of serving the elderly for Chinese New Year,

China replaces its top securities regulator, moving to reassure investors

China replaced the head of its market watchdog yesterday in an apparent attempt to restore confidence in financial markets following a prolonged downturn. Official media said

Alibaba approves additional $25 billion share buyback as revenue disappoints

Chinese e-commerce firm Alibaba Group Holding yesterday approved an additional $25 billion authorization to its share buyback program, amid lower-than-expected sales revenue for the last quarter of

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