Melco Mask Design Competition features expert panel of judges

Melco Resorts & Entertainment, in collaboration with the Macau Productivity and Technology Transfer Centre, has organized the Melco Mask Design Competition. The competition features an expert panel of renowned global, regional

Hong Kong’s Sun Hung Kai sees more headwinds amid pandemic

Sun Hung Kai Properties Ltd., Hong Kong’s biggest developer, reported earnings that missed analysts’ estimates and said it sees more economic headwinds from the pandemic and rising U.S.-China tensions. Underlying earnings,

Huawei revs up Android substitute as US curbs hit phone sales

Huawei Technologies Co. introduced a more polished and expansive iteration of its HarmonyOS, the operating system it’s developing to replace Android and help China’s largest technology company navigate increasingly strict

Mulan, once a sure thing, becomes a problem for Disney

It was supposed to be another $1 billion blockbuster for Walt Disney Co. - a live-action remake of a 1998 animated hit featuring an all-star Asian cast, breathtaking cinematography and

The St. Regis Macao launches staycation package for couples

The St. Regis Macao is launching an “Exquisite Celebration for Him and Her” staycation package until January 2. The package includes a HKD500 food and beverage dining credit per room per

GEG sponsors event conveying responsible gaming messages

Galaxy Entertainment Group recently sponsored the Bosco Youth Service Network (BYS) in organizing the “Parent-Child Day Out in Adventures 2020” event at the Healthy Life Education Centre of the Social

Temasek’s China exposure surpasses Singapore for first time

Temasek Holding Pte’s holdings in China surpassed its home market of Singapore for the first time following gains in companies including Alibaba Group Holding Ltd., according to the state investor’s

IKEA to launch its first specialty mooncake

IKEA is set to launch a line of fruit-flavored specialty mooncakes in both Hong Kong and Macau to celebrate the upcoming Mid-Autumn Festival. These snow skin mooncakes will have flavors including

Sands China participates in new responsible gaming promotion

Sands China Ltd. recently supported the Youth Volunteers Association of Macao (AJVM) in a new responsible gaming training initiative, where parents and their children practiced and performed a short drama

Airplane cabins could look different the next time you fly

  Headrest canopies and fabric barriers between seats could start appearing in airplane cabins as the embattled industry tries to ward off the coronavirus. Airlines desperate for governments to lift travel restrictions

China Evergrande offers 30% discount to boost property sales

China Evergrande Group kicked off a nationwide sales promotion with a 30% discount on all real estate properties as the developer tries to boost sales and meet its target of

Activists call for ‘Mulan’ boycott over star’s HK stance

Activists are calling for a boycott of Disney’s live-action “Mulan” remake, citing a social media post from the lead actress in support of Hong Kong police. Pro-Democracy activists from Hong Kong

Indictment accuses 12 of illegally trading shark fins

Federal authorities in the U.S. said late last week that they have charged 12 people and seized nearly $8 million in cash, jewels and precious metals after disrupting a criminal

K-shaped recovery in emerging markets sees rich get richer

Emerging markets are being split apart by an increasingly K-shaped recovery. Stocks and currencies from wealthier developing nations have outperformed their poorer peers since the coronavirus outbreak. The gulf may even

Aviation | Snapshot of Airbus jet use shows China propping up fragile recovery

A snapshot of Airbus SE plane use outlines a tentative recovery still dependent on China, and continued challenges for wide-body aircraft as carriers adjust to a lack of demand. Of the

Parisian Macao launches ‘Parisian Picnic at Le Jardin’ experience

Sands China is launching a ‘Parisian Picnic at Le Jardin’ experience for fans of outdoor eating. From now until November 30, customers can enjoy the al fresco dining experience at

Melco supports government’s new promotional scheme for tourists

Integrated resort operator Melco Resorts & Entertainment Limited has issued a statement to throw its support behind the Macau SAR government’s newly launched scheme for tourists from mainland China, which

Japan, Australia and India to launch supply chain initiative

The trade ministers of Japan, India and Australia agreed yesterday to work toward achieving supply chain resilience in the Indo-Pacific region, following reports that the three nations are looking to

Duterte won’t ban Chinese companies from Philippine projects

President Rodrigo Duterte will not ban Chinese contractors from the Philippines’ infrastructure projects, his spokesman said, rejecting a proposal from the nation’s top diplomat to end deals with Chinese companies

Facebook says it can block content to avoid regulatory risk

Facebook Inc. yesterday told users it can take down or block any content that could increase regulatory or legal risks for the social media giant around the world - even

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