Ice-skating rink, urban farm among Galaxy’s plans for Lai Chi Vun revitalization

Galaxy Macau is set to revitalize one of Macau’s oldest districts, Lai Chi Vun, with new entertainment elements including a simulated ice-skating rink, innovated urban farming,

Series of events to mark Mid-Autumn, Golden Week as holidays poised to boom

Macau will see a series of activities to mark the Mid-Autumn Festival and National Day holidays as tourists are expected to swarm the city amid

UM ranks among top 200 in 2024 global rankings

The University of Macau (UM) has for the first time ranked among the top 200 in the UK’s Times Higher Education supplement, while the Macau University

Financial disadvantages to still impact property market

High business operational costs and interest expenditure, among other factors, will likely hinder the recovery of the real property market in Macau, a regional realtor told

Lan Fo’an is new Party chief of Finance Ministry: reports

China has designated Lan Fo’an as the Communist Party chief of the Ministry of Finance, signaling his imminent promotion to the role of finance minister during

Police expect 500,000 daily entry and exits during seven-day holiday

Police authorities are expecting the daily average number of inbound and outbound trips will exceed 500,000 during the seven-day National Day Holiday, describing it as “more than

SJM to revamp Ponte 16, pledges to keep clock tower

Piers 14 and 16 at Inner Harbour, as well as San Ma Lo, will be revamped as SJM Resorts, S.A.’s participation in the traditional district rejuvenation

Macau reports first monkeypox case

Macau has reported the first case of monkeypox in the city, urging people at high risk to be vaccinated against the disease. The patient is a

DSSCU to evaluate market after receiving only one bid

The government has only received one bid for the BT8 and BT9a lot projects – after it launched a public tender last month for the lease

Las Vegas hospitality workers permit union to call strike against hotels, casinos

Tens of thousands of Las Vegas hospitality workers fighting for new union contracts voted yesterday to authorize a strike that could impact more than three dozen

Many powerful leaders skipped UNGA, creating space for emerging voices to rise

Togo’s foreign minister wasn’t having any of it. He talked of an accelerating “African awakening,” of a resolve to “fight our own battles,” of a refusal

MGTO adopts measures to welcome visitors during the holidays

The Macao Government Tourism Office (MGTO) is implementing measures to simplify and enrich the experience of the high number of visitors to Macau expected during the over

Local swimmer ties best result in Hangzhou Asian Games

Breaststroke swimmer Terence Chao Man Hou has finished sixth at the Men’s 100 meters event at the Hangzhou Asian Games, while preparing for a Men’s 50

Trial operations for one-stop car lane at Hengqin commence

Trial operations for the 15 lanes of one-stop cross-border vehicle lanes at the Hengqin border checkpoint have begun, the Public Security Police Force (PSP) has announced.

IFTM, UNESCO sign world heritage agreement

The Macao Institute for Tourism Studies (IFTM) and Bangkok’s UNESCO Office have signed a partnership agreement to promote world heritage conservation and education, the IFTM

Public leisure facilities only open with proven safety

Besides certifications, third-party quality inspections are also conducted before the opening of public leisure facilities, the Municipal Affairs Bureau (IAM) has said in response to lawmaker

Six young activists devote years to climate fight, now comes their day in court

Sofia Oliveira was 12 years old when catastrophic wildfires in central Portugal killed more than 100 people in 2017. She “felt it was now or never

MGM eyes record breaking figures in upcoming Golden Week as investment continues in arts and culture

MGM Macau has its focus on art and culture after promising the government to help diversify the local economy by investing in non-gambling attractions. The

Martial arts athlete Li Yi secures gold medal at Asian Games

Local martial arts athlete Li Yi yesterday secured a gold medal in the Changquan event at the Asian Games in Hangzhou, China. The medal is the

First pedestrianized ‘Happiness Street’ to open this Friday

The iconic Rua da Felicidade, colloquially known as “Happiness Street”, in central Macau will be pedestrianized this Friday despite concerns over the rapid implementation of the

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