Buddhists to gather in honor of founder’s birthday in profound significance of faith

For some, Buddha’s birthday may be observed only as a public holiday but, for many faithful individuals, it holds profound significance as a meaningful celebration.

When is it and how is it celebrated around Asia

The birthday of the historical Buddha or Shakyamuni Buddha, known as Vesak in several countries, celebrates the birth of the child who became Prince Siddhartha around the

Xia Baolong urges youth to seize opportunities

Beijing's top official for Hong Kong and Macau affairs has called on young people to “strive harder, become more competitive and seize the opportunities given by the central

MGM introduces new exhibition to revitalize Barra district

MGM China is unveiling a new exhibition to further revitalize Barra district and offer tourists a distinctive experience amid evolving trends in the city’s tourism market.

Macau experiences post-Labor Day slowdown: JP Morgan

Macau's daily gross gaming revenue (GGR) declined from an estimated MOP910 million during the Labor Day Golden Week to MOPD578 million in the seven days

Galaxy Q1 earnings double y-o-y amid disruptions over gaming flow

Gaming operator Galaxy Entertainment Group (GEG) recorded a net revenue of HKD10.6 billion, marking a 50% year-on-year increase and a 2% quarter-on-quarter rise. In a

Russian president Putin to make a state visit to China this week

Russian President Vladimir Putin will make a two-day state visit to China this week, the Chinese Foreign Ministry said yesterday, in the latest show of

Grand Lisboa to undergo refurbishments

Grand Lisboa will undergo a phased renovation starting this year, with a focus on internal improvements, according to SJM Holdings chairman Daisy Ho. Speaking on the sidelines of

Average rent up 2% y-o-y

The average rent per square meter of usable area for residential units in Macau was MOP133 in the first quarter of 2024, up by 2.1% year-on-year. Data from

Prix de Lausanne’s Asia-Pacific pre-selection to take place in Macau

The Asia-Pacific pre-selection for the Prix de Lausanne, a renowned international dance competition for aspiring classical ballet dancers, will be held in Macau this September. This marks the

Applications for support for scrapping vehicles enters second phase

The government is progressing with the second phase of both the plan to provide financial assistance to replace outdated motorcycles with new electric motorcycles, and the plan to

Cape Verde gov’t in talks to revoke Macau Legend license

The government of Cape Verde has announced that it is engaged in discussions with Macau Legend Development Ltd, a casino services firm listed in Hong Kong,

UM ranks 14th in 2024 World Young University Rankings

The University of Macau (UM) has been ranked 14th globally in the 2024 World Young University Rankings, a remarkable improvement of 12 places compared to last

Three men attacked with knives over MOP8,000 loan

The Judiciary Police (PJ) received reports on the evening of May 12 regarding a case of serious bodily harm involving three victims. The victims were blue-collar immigrant workers

Xi’s visit to Hungary, Serbia brings new Chinese investment and deeper ties to Europe’s doorstep

When Chinese President Xi Jinping visited Hungary last week, he arrived to one of the few places in the European Union where his country is considered an indispensable ally

Lee calls for respect of its overseas-based trade offices after UK charged London staffer

Hong Kong’s leader yesterday urged foreign governments to respect the duties of its overseas-based trade offices after a staff member in its London branch was charged in

Blinken in Kyiv says US arms will make a difference

U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken said yesterday that American military aid on its way to Ukraine will make a “real difference” on the battlefield, as the

1986 Soviets launch space station Mir

The Soviets have opened a new phase in space exploration with the launch of the world’s biggest space station, Mir. The successful launch of Mir comes

Maradona heirs say his Golden Ball trophy was stolen, they want to stop its auction

Diego Maradona’s heirs will launch a lawsuit to try and stop the auction of a trophy he was awarded after the 1986 World Cup won by

Jimmie Johnson to attempt his own version of Indy 500 & NASCAR doubleheader

Jimmie Johnson will attempt his own version of “The Double” when he becomes the first driver to be part of the Indianapolis 500 broadcast team hours

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