Corporate Bits | Grand Hyatt Macau crisp and chic mooncakes gift box

French Pastry Chef Laurent Merdy_2In celebration of Mid-Autumn Festival in September, Grand Hyatt Macau is offering customers its ‘Crisp & Chic Mooncakes’ Gift Boxes. Every year, Grand Hyatt Macau creates new gift box designs and flavors that make these mooncakes a coveted present for friends, relatives and business associates. Grand Hyatt’s Pastry Chefs have crafted French-style ‘Crisp & Chic Mooncakes’ in three new flavors, and presented in a choice of four designer gift box collections. The Limited Edition Leopard Print collections have already sold out and two new Floral collections are being unveiled.
The ‘Crisp & Chic Mooncakes’ Lobby Boutique in the lobby of Grand Hyatt Macau is open until 8 September, between 12:00 noon and 10:00 pm. Gift coupons can be purchased from now until 1 September and mooncake gift boxes will be available for collection between 12 August and 8 September.

01mgm macau donates mop2 million for yunnan relief

MGM Macau donated MOP2 million to the Liaison Office of the Central People’s Government in the MSAR for disaster relief after an earthquake hit the southwestern province of Yunnan on August 3.
Co-chairperson and Executive Director of MGM China Holdings Limited, Ms Pansy Ho, and Chief Executive Officer & Executive Director of MGM China Holdings Limited, Mr Grant Bowie, handed over the donation check yesterday to Mr Chen Sixi, deputy director of the Liaison Office in Macau, and to Mr Wang Xindong, director-general of the Liaison Office’s Economic Affairs Department.
MGM Macau said in a statement that it remains “committed to supporting charity and community affairs.” The company said the donation will help bring “much-needed relief to the victims of the massive earthquake,” which struck Ludian County in southwest Yunnan province.
The Liaison Office representatives expressed gratitude to MGM Macau, and vowed the quick transfer of the donation to the quake-
hit region.
The earthquake hit Yunnan province on August 3. About 12,000 homes collapsed and over 600 people have died.

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