MGM Brings the “Water Ballet” Splash Back to Macau with the Artistic Swimming Annual Mega Sports Event

In celebration of the 25th anniversary of the establishment of Macao SAR, MGM proudly presents the annual mega sports event - MGM Artistic Swimming Elite Extravaganza & Macao Open Artistic

Environment not so great, DSPA report says

The state of Macau’s environment was not so great in 2023, the annual report from the Environmental Protection Bureau (DSPA), published yesterday, noted. According to

Smart tables revolutionize casino operations: experts

The casino industry is undergoing a technological transformation, with smart table technology reshaping the traditional table game experience. All six major concessionaires in

Inner Harbour sewerage project 60% complete

Over 60% of the Inner Harbour  stormwater pumping station and affiliated sewerage system project has been completed to date, the Public Works Bureau (DSOP)

Community advisor calls for better maintenance and conditions of public car parks

Central District Community Advisory Board member António Monteiro wants more attention paid to the conditions and maintenance of public parking lots, he said in a speech

Local institutions up in QS World University Rankings

The University of Macau (UM) and the Macau University of Science and Technology (MUST) have improved their rankings in this year’s QS World University Rankings.

Gaming ops’ entertainment events generate MOP1.1b in 2023

The city’s six integrated resort operators in Macau hosted concerts and large-scale entertainment performances last year, resulting in MOP1.1 billion in box office revenue and drawing an

Applications open for Film Arts Training Programme

The 2024 Film Arts Training Programme, organized by the Cultural Affairs Bureau (IC) and Wynn Macau, is accepting applications from June 25 to 26. To be eligible for

Non-resident deposits grow to MOP327b

Non-resident deposits grew 3.5% to MOP327.5 billion in April, while resident deposits increased 0.1% to MOP725.1 billion. Concurrently, public sector deposits in the banking sector rose 4.1% to

UTM considers new facility Henqin

The president of Macau Tourism University (UTM), Fanny Vong, announced yesterday that the university is contemplating the construction of a new educational facility in Hengqin. Vong, as cited

JP Morgan: The Londoner decommissions up to 3,000 rooms

The Londoner Macao’s ongoing major renovation has now decommissioned 3,000 hotel rooms, up from 2,500, causing a significant impact on the casino’s operations. According

Boeing launches NASA astronauts for the first time after years of delays

Boeing launched astronauts for the first time yesterday, belatedly joining SpaceX as a second taxi service for NASA. A pair of NASA test pilots blasted

Sands China commends gov’t for new culture city award

With the SAR having been named a Culture City of East Asia 2025, after scoring first place in the award’s final assessment, Sands China Ltd. has voiced its enthusiasm for

MGM presents annual artistic swimming sports event

MGM has announced its presentation of the annual MGM Artistic Swimming Elite Extravaganza & Macao Open Artistic Swimming Competition 2024, an event that serves as a prelude to

Chinese tricycles captivate foreign markets and media

A blogger in the US recently purchased a Chinese-made electric tricycle for $600 as a Christmas gift for her father-in-law. The Sangbengzi, a vehicle deeply rooted in

Vice-premier calls for consolidating anti-poverty achievements, improving water infrastructure

Chinese Vice-Premier Liu Guozhong has called for solid efforts to consolidate anti-poverty achievements and improve water conservancy infrastructure. Liu, also a member of the Political

Modi enters record third term as nations congratulate his coalition on election victory

China, Ukraine and other nations sent their congratulations yesterday as Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s government began preparations for his swearing-in for a record third term following the

US flies B-1B bomber for first precision bomb drill in seven years

The United States flew a long-range B-1B bomber over the Korean Peninsula yesterday for its first precision-guided bombing drill with South Korea in seven years, the

Union braces for foreign disinformation as voters head to polls

Voters in the European Union are set to elect lawmakers starting today for the bloc’s parliament, in a major democratic exercise that’s also likely to be

1975 UK embraces Europe in referendum

British voters have backed the UK’s continued membership of the European Economic Community by a large majority in the country’s first nationwide referendum. Just over 67%

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