GEG Holds the Second Module of the “Behind the Scenes of Star Cuisine” Workshop Series and Arranges Industry Practitioners to Visit the Central Production Kitchen of Galaxy Macau

Over the years, Galaxy Entertainment Group (“GEG”) has made various efforts aimed at solidifying Macau’s reputation as a Creative City of Gastronomy. This year, GEG, the Macao Government Tourism Office

Beijing cracks down on city’s illicit ‘currency exchange gang’

China's Ministry of Public Security has launched a major crackdown on “money exchange gangs” operating in Macau, targeting illegal foreign exchange activities linked to a surge in

Rare 1955 footage of second Macau GP goes online

Rare footage of the second Macau Grand Prix in 1955 has been published online. Richard Delingpole, the son of racer Malcolm Delingpole who appears in the

MOP113 million price tag for Cotai’s new temporary arena

The government has extended invitations to six companies to take part in the tender process for the construction of Cotai’s new 50,000-seat temporary outdoor performance

Hong Kong racers dominate qualification races Macau GP

The Macau Touring Car Series (MTCS) ended yesterday afternoon at the Zhuzhou International Circuit. It consisted of two rounds of qualification races for this

Activist Joshua Wong asks for a lesser sentence in landmark security case

Prominent activist Joshua Wong asked for a lesser sentence in court Friday after he earlier pleaded guilty in Hong Kong’s biggest national security case. Wong was

Construction sites adapt to scorching summer heat

As the summer heat continues, Macau’s construction workers have been warned to take extra precautions to avoid heat exhaustion. The scorching temperatures, which have

Yan Zhichan removed from Liaison Office post

China’s State Council has announced that Yan Zhichan has been removed as deputy director of the Liaison Office of the Central People’s Government in the Macau SAR. Yan

Extending medical care to Elderly in GBA

The Association for the Elderly is working to expand medical services for seniors looking to retire in the Greater Bay Area (GBA). Access to medical treatment remains a

Broadway classic ‘Annie the musical’ comes to Macau

“Annie the Musical” is coming to the Macau Cultural Centre’s Grand Auditorium for twelve shows from Aug. 2 to Aug. 14. This optimistic celebration of love and the power

Job scam targets students’ MPay accounts

At least 10 citizens have fallen victim to an online part-time job scam this month, resulting in the theft of their MPay accounts and a cumulative

Mainland recovers RMB9.23m in fraudulent funds as gaming-related crimes surge

Mainland authorities have recovered RMB9.23 million in fraudulent funds from Macau, according to the Judiciary Police (PJ). As part of a wider crackdown on cross-border

World Anti-Doping Agency ‘disappointed’ at US investigation into Chinese doping case

The World Anti-Doping Agency says it is “disappointed” to learn of a U.S. criminal investigation into the case of 23 Chinese swimmers who were allowed to

Former leader Duterte and aide accused of steering government contracts to cronies

JIM GOMEZ, MANILA, Philippines A former Philippine opposition senator accused ex-President Rodrigo Duterte of plundering state coffers in a criminal complaint filed Friday, alleging that he

Man who stabbed opposition leader sentenced to 15 years in prison

A man who stabbed South Korea’s opposition leader in the neck earlier this year was sentenced to 15 years in prison on Friday, court officials said. The

Election winner only becomes prime minister when King Charles III says so

The Labour Party has won Britain’s general election, bringing a new party to power for the first time in 14 years. But Labour leader Keir Starmer didn’t

2003 Conjoined twins die in separation op

Conjoined Iranian twins who volunteered to go ahead with a major operation to separate them have both died during surgery. Laleh and Ladan Bijani suffered a

Kylian Mbappé is enduring a tough match. It might not stop France winning the title

He has a broken nose that requires him to wear a vision-limiting face mask. He is managing fitness issues stemming from the end of the club season. He

Super sub Wout Weghorst to the rescue for the Netherlands

Netherlands 1, Turkey 0 Where there’s a Wout, there’s a way. A goal down at half-time in its European Championship quarterfinal against Turkey,

Tearful Germany coach lauds his team’s example for German society

Germany 1, Spain 2 Germany coach Julian Nagelsmann struggled to hold back tears Saturday as he talked about his team’s exit from the European Championship

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