Beijing calls for crackdown on illegal money exchanges in Macau

Beijing is intensifying efforts to curb illegal money exchange activities in Macau’s casino industry, as part of a broader initiative to combat illegal gambling and money

LRT Seac Pai Van Line construction complete, undergoing testing

Construction has completed on the Seac Pai Van line of the Light Rapid Transit (LRT), the Public Works Bureau (DSOP) announced on their webpage. The

Gaming market in Asia poised for growth, Macau leads the way

The Asian gaming market, with Macau at the forefront, holds significant potential for growth, according to a conference presented at the Global Gaming Expo (G2E) Asia.

Tourists unimpressed with LRT service, offer suggestions for improvements

Visitors to Macau are dissatisfied with the Light Rapid Transit (LRT) system, the Times learned from several interviewees, and cited operational flaws and significant room

Company that bred beagles for research pleads guilty to neglect, ordered to pay record USD35m fine

A company that bred beagles for medical research agreed yesterday (Macau time) to pay a record $35 million as part of a criminal plea admitting it neglected

Why the future of democracy could depend on your group chats

I became newly worried about the state of democracy when, a few years ago, my mother was elected president of her neighborhood garden club. Her election wasn’t

Illicit money exchange to have ‘limited’ impact on gaming

The crackdown on illegal money exchange will have a limited impact on the city’s gaming, as the issue is not new. However, “there will obviously

PJ discovers more money exchange frauds

Two cases of fraud involving money exchange parties were discovered by police officers, with a total value of approximately RMB190,000, the Judiciary Police (PJ) reported yesterday.

Shifts in consumer preferences have weighty implications for gaming sector’s future

A gaming expert has highlighted the significance of Macau’s gaming industry, emphasizing its status as one of the industry’s largest markets and “home to some of the

Culture City accolade to boost exchanges with different markets: MGTO

Authorities will make good use of the “Culture City of East Asia”  award to promote the SAR, according to Macao Government Tourism Office (MGTO).

Central Library construction underway

The first phase of construction of the new Central Library is underway and expected to be completed in December next year (2025). According to the website of the

IAM halts import of poultry meat from Iowa

The Municipal Affairs Bureau (IAM) stated that an outbreak of the highly pathogenic H5N1 avian influenza occurred in Sioux County, Iowa, USA. Poultry meat and poultry products from

Local delegates introduce Hengqin business opportunities in the US

The Macao Trade and Investment Promotion Institute (IPIM) and the Economic Development Bureau of Guangdong-Macao In-Depth Co-operation Zone in Hengqin jointly held an investment promotion event in the

Rain to be more frequent, SMG warns

The city has continued to face heavy rain from noon yesterday, with a maximum total rainfall of 22.2mm in the Macau Peninsula. Taipa recorded 20mm of rain, and 15.4mm

Sands Children’s Day brings joy through art

Local families were treated to an artistic experience celebrating children at the Sands Children’s Day for Music and Arts event on May 29, hosted by Sands China Ltd. The

MGM execs bless dragon boat team for upcoming race

Senior executives of MGM Resorts International blessed the casino operator’s dragon boat team yesterday ahead of the 2024 Macao International Dragon Boat Races. Led by president and

‘The threat to national security is real,’ John Lee said on June 4

Checkpoints and rows of police vehicles lined a major road leading to Beijing’s Tiananmen Square yesterday as China heightened security on the 35th anniversary of a crackdown

Popularity of ancient Chinese architecture stands strong

Lin Guodong’s trip from Shanghai to Yuncheng, Shanxi province, over the May Day holiday this year was his third visit to the region known for ancient buildings.

Craft unfurls China’s flag on the far side of the moon and lifts off with lunar rocks

China said its lunar spacecraft unfurled the country’s red and gold flag for the first time on the far side of the moon before part of the

President vows to expand aid contribution, mineral ties with Africa

South Korean President Yoon Suk Yeol (right) shakes hands with Mauritania President Mohamed Ould Ghazouani after the joint press conference for the 2024 Korea-Africa Summit in Goyang, yesterday

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