Briefs | Nov GGR down 9% to MOP22.5-23b: Nomura

Nomura has estimated the local gaming industry’s gross gaming revenue (GGR) per day through the first ten days of the month was roughly MOP750 million, down 12% against

Hong Kong | Police, protesters face off in renewed clashes

Police and protesters battled outside university campuses and several thousand demonstrators blocked roads as they took over a central business district at lunchtime yesterday in another

Q&A | Horst Saiger, Macau Motorcycle Grand Prix Rider: ‘Macau is an opportunity to close the season in style’

In the record sheets, it shows Saiger won two fifth-positions on the demanding street circuit. To learn more about the thoughts and feelings of Saiger

Q&A | William Bascaule Director AFM: Alliance Française’s modernizing programs, aims to collaborate with Hengqin, Zhuhai

Alliance Française Macao (AFM) has outlined its goals for the next year, with a focus on strengthening its collaboration with local universities, renovating its premises and

On the road to GP | Theodore is in ‘good shape’ to reclaim the title, team principal says

The SJM Prema Theodore Racing team is ready and well prepared to aim for their record ninth win in the Macau Grand Prix, the team’s principal Teddy Yip

Crime | Junket promoters VIP room investment scam

Two detained Hong Kong residents and one unidentified man on the run are reportedly responsible for a casino VIP room investment scam, the Judiciary Police (PJ) reported

Jason Ni | Plastic-free is ultimate goal: Wynn Research Director

Work on reducing the use of disposable plastic is in progress at Wynn Macau and Wynn Palace, alongside work in other aspects to promote environmental protection, as noted

Hong Kong under siege Police shoot protester, man set on fire

Hong Kong’s leader pledged yesterday to “spare no effort” in bringing an end to anti-government protests that have wracked the city for more than five months, following

China’s Alibaba, JD report booming Singles Day sales

Chinese e-commerce giants Alibaba and reported nearly $60 billion in sales yesterday part way through Singles Day, an annual marketing event that is the

Ho to announce half-revamped government: report

The new Chief Executive (CE) Ho Iat Seng is preparing to change three out of the five secretaries from the previous government. In the new government, Wong Sio Chak

Govt spends 15 million bringing Sino-France souvenir to Macau

The local government is spending 15 million patacas to bring the French Mechanical Spirit of the Dragon-Horse to Macau for tourists and local residents in celebration

Accounting industry a key component in CSR

In the latest decade or so, the global accounting industry has been working to promote and invigorate the practices of corporate social responsibility (CSR). When

Gaming | Wynn’s ex-wife mounted smear campaign against him: witness

A new court filing from Wynn Resorts Ltd. suggests that tension between the casino giant and its largest individual shareholder, Elaine Wynn, is still smoldering more than

Beijing says only patriots can become Hong Kong chief executive

China’s top official overseeing Hong Kong affairs  The majority of representatives in Hong Kong’s cabinet, judiciary and legislative bodies should also support the central government,

Red is glory, says architect-artist Marreiros

For nearly four months, distinguished Macau architect and artist Carlos Marreiros will be exhibiting the boat on which he painted 108 individuals, along with a “library” of his 50 books,

Neto Valente made UIA member of honor

President of the Macau Lawyers Association Jorge Neto Valente has been made a member of honor of the International Association of Lawyers (UIA), following a proposal by the organization’s president

Stamp duty regulation and code of taxation may overlap

Considering the available drafts, some lawmakers find the authority of the proposed amendment to the Stamp Duty Regulation and the Bill for the Code of Taxation unclear, explained Vong Hin

Police to test surveillance cameras, facial recognition in 2020

In 2020, the Unitary Police (SPU) will start testing the facial recognition functionality of some of the city’s CCTV surveillance cameras, according to a statement released by SPU yesterday. Since the

Six new HK, Macau projects accepted at Zhongshan incubator

A total of six youth innovation and entrepreneurship projects from Macau and Hong Kong have been submitted at the Nanqu International Youth Technology and Innovation Park (TIP)

Gov’t says Beijing, US to lift tariff hikes as talks advance

Beijing and Washington have agreed to reduce some punitive tariffs on each other’s goods as talks on ending their trade war progress, a Chinese spokesman said yesterday,

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