TOURISM | Attack on tour guide by four tourists causes local protest

A mainland tour guide has been sent to hospital after being beaten up by four of his tour members in Macau over the weekend due to “irrational” self-funded items on

Labor Day protesters demand employment security and wealth sharing

About 1,800 protesters took to the streets on Friday to mark this year’s Labor Day. Amid the downturn in the city’s dominant industry and expectations of the new government cabinet,

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CHINA Authorities ordered one of China’s most prominent business news websites to close after its managers were accused of extorting money from companies with threats of negative coverage. HONG KONG tourist

Top entertainment at the Venetian this weekend | Katy Perry concerts, Pacquiao vs Mayweather live feeds heat up Cotai

Two concert nights from global superstar Katy Perry plus exclusive live feeds of boxing’s “fight of the century” – Mayweather vs. Pacquiao – will take place from today until Sunday

Press freedom | Two HK journalists barred

The two reporters, both assigned by the pro-democracy media outlet Apple Daily in Hong Kong for today’s citywide rally, which has drawn 13 different organizations’ participation, were forced to return

Cultural Consultative Committee | Estoril Hotel basic facelift details revealed

During the approximately three-hour conference, the cultural authorities also unveiled an array of entertaining activities for the 10th anniversary marking the city’s entry into the UNESCO World Heritage List and

May 1 | Employment security tops concerns

Casino workers will again take their appeals to the street to mark Labor Day today. The Forefront of Macau Gaming (FMG) and the Confederation of Trade Unions (CTU) stated in

Organizers pledge to diversify ‘Le French May’ line-up

Bringing cultural events to Macau and Hong Kong between today and June 30, ‘Le French May’ returns this year with organizers pledging to further diversify the Macau program within the

STATISTICS – TOURISM | Hotel occupancy down 16 percent y-o-y

A total of 797,000 guests checked into hotels and guesthouses in March, down by 16.1 percent year-on-year. The average occupancy rate of hotels and guesthouses also dropped by 10.9 percentage

Valery Gergiev joins thirtieth music festival

Corruption | CCAC dismisses rise in graft cases within public services

The Commission Against Corruption (CCAC) Commissioner, Cheong Weng Chon, has denied the rise of corruption cases within public departments, instead professing that graft issues do exist in a society with

UM ranks among Times Higher Education top 100 young universities

The ranking intends to provide a glimpse into the future by showcasing the rising stars among young universities across the world. The 100 universities under 50 ranking has been re-calibrated to

Contemporary view on classical ballet opens Arts Festival

Lied Ballet,” the show headlining the Macao Arts Festival’s grand opening tonight, is a contemporary piece inspired by 19th-century-style ballet. Divided into three acts, the piece is more emotional rather than

New pair of pandas arrives in town

A new pair of giant pandas, given by China’s central government as gifts to the MSAR, arrived yesterday. “Pandas are rare wild animals, also our national treasure, which are beloved and

Gaming – Education| Melco announces new local management development program

“The new Foundation Acceleration Program is planned and structured to develop our current local management employees’ understanding of business operations, as well as their business perspective beyond the functional view.

Festival features 30 shows and exhibitions

The 26th Macao Arts Festival is kicking off tonight with a grand opening ceremony held in the lobby of the Macau Cultural Center (CCM). Headlining the festival’s grand opening is

Pop-rockers Mana reignite on ‘Cama Incendiada’

It’s a given that pop-rock band Mana will sell out shows wherever they go, whether it’s the Staples Center (where they set the mark with 11 sell-out concerts) or in

2014 Report | CCAC receives fewer graft complaints

The Commission stressed in its annual report, released yesterday, that its work fighting corruption and administrative violations relies on citizens’ support and participation – an assertion that is reflected in

Corruption | Alexis Tam explains Chao Son U sacking

The Secretary for Social Affairs and Culture, Alexis Tam, clarified yesterday why he sacked Chao Son U from the Cultural Industries Fund’s administrative committee. Alexis Tam said that his Secretariat initiated

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