Real estate | Singapore developers raise alarm over supply glut

Singapore’s developers have expressed alarm over the high supply of private apartments amid slowing demand, with the glut threatening to suppress property prices. President of the Real Estate Developers’ Association of

Tourists ruined Venice. Now floods are making it uninhabitable

Two weeks after high tides and fierce winds produced the worst flooding in Venice in more than half a century, sirens sound about 6:30 a.m. to warn the fragile lagoon

Melco to host in-house nursery to support working parents

Melco Resorts & Entertainment announced that it will have an in-house nursery at one of its properties to support the company’s working parent employees – the first of its kind

Sands China launches pop-up store for disadvantaged groups

Sands China launched its Macao Creative Pop-Up Store – a platform for local non-governmental organizations and designers to display and sell their arts and craft products to guests and visitors at

Aviation | Salaries delayed at Hong Kong airlines as troubles mount

Hong Kong Airlines Ltd. is delaying salaries as protests have “severely affected” the city’s third-biggest carrier, whose finances were already under strain before anti-government demonstrations flared in June. Only cabin crew

Tourism | There have never been so many visitors coming to Singapore

It’s almost like a sequel to “Crazy Rich Asians.” A year after the movie - set in Singapore - helped drive a record number of visitors to the city-state, the tourists

ECB review may reset inflation aim to 2% but struggle to do more

European Central Bank policy makers expect to tweak their inflation target in an upcoming review of their strategy but will struggle to go much further than that, according to officials

MGM-sponsored center for disabled opens to the public

The Macau Assistive Technology Resources Center, a facility that features the display of barrier-free homes and promotional materials for auxiliary tools, sponsored by MGM, has been launched. Run by the General

Galaxy unveils menu inspired by Chinese medicine

Galaxy Macau’s “FUNtastic Winter Wishes Come True” campaign has unveiled a menu themed “Fuel Up for Success,” inspired by the long history of traditional Chinese medicine (TCM). According to the gaming

Vietnam to boost pork imports as New Year delicacies at risk

Vietnamese people may be at risk of missing out on their favorite local dishes this Lunar New Year, such as pork jelly and pork braised in coconut water with eggs,

Portuguese hotel CEO blames weak pound for drop in UK visitors

  In 2017, then-U.K. Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson said his country would never turn its back on Portugal, one of its oldest allies. Some of his countrymen are doing otherwise. While the

Hong Kong Tatler names Sichuan Moon among top 20 restaurants

Sichuan Moon at Wynn Palace Cotai is now ranked among Hong Kong Tatler’s Top 20 Restaurants for the first time, becoming the only restaurant in Macau to receive this honor. Sichuan

Studio City lights up the holiday season with Christmas Bazaar

Studio City is bringing an extra sprinkle of magic to this holiday season. In addition to a glittering Christmas Bazaar with festive displays and heart-warming gifts by small and medium-sized enterprises

Cinema | Imax bets on Chinese blockbusters as Hollywood’s appeal fades

The Chinese unit of Imax Corp., the world’s largest jumbo-screen cinema platform, is planning to back more local films, shifting away from its dependence on

Melco Star Macau youth talent competition promotes Chinese culture

To celebrate the special occasion of this year’s dual anniversaries, Melco Resorts & Entertainment partnered with the National Conditions Education Association (Macau) on Monday night to host the

Christmas feasts and celebrations at Grand Coloane Resort this December

With just one month to go before Christmas, Grand Coloane Resort has prepared a series of fantastic feasts and happenings for the season to be truly very merry.

LVMH to buy Tiffany for $16 billion in largest luxury-goods deal ever

France’s richest man is adding the biggest jewel yet to his collection, as Bernard Arnault clinched a deal to buy Tiffany & Co. for $16.2 billion. If history is any guide,

With HK rebound uncertain, Christie’s advises buying London property

London and Hong Kong, two premier financial hubs, have been stifled by ongoing political tension. But for real estate, the cities face different futures, according to the property arm of

Gaming | Atlantic City casinos’ third-quarter profits up from year ago

Atlantic City’s nine casinos saw their collective gross operating profits increase by 12.5% in the third quarter of this year compared with the same period last year. The comparison was boosted

Tourism | UK, Chinese visitors top list as thousands have a Saudi holiday

  Saudi Arabia’s embryonic efforts to turn the kingdom into a magnet for holidaymakers attracted 50,000 visitors since the September launch, and almost three times that number applied for tourist visas

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