MGM held another seminar on national education titled “The Development of the Greater Bay Area and the Opportunities for Macau” on Wednesday.
Dr. Guo Wanda, executive vice president of China Development Institute was invited as the keynote speaker to speak on both opportunities and challenges of the Greater Bay Area plan for Macau.
According to a statement issued by the gaming operator, more than 300 MGM team members and teaching staff of local tertiary educational institutions attended the seminar.
MGM has been hosting a series of seminars on national education since 2016, with topics ranging from the economic development of mainland China and Macau, Belt and Road Initiative, to Chinese traditions and culture.
Teaching staff of three local tertiary educational institutions were also invited to attend the seminar.
Hot pot street at broadway to kick off on Oct.1
Broadway Macau will turn Broadway Food Street into Hot Pot Street from October 1 to February 28, presenting 60 hot pot and clay pot selections.
In addition to classic hot pots such as “Braised Lamb Brisket Casserole” at Lei Ka Choi, Broadway Macau also introduces 14 new hot pot and clay pot dishes at Chi Sasa Japanese Cuisine, at Katong Corner and at Fong Seng Lai Kei Restaurant.
Last year, more than 7,000 casseroles of “Braised Lamb Brisket Casserole” at Lei Ka Choi were sold in six months, Broadway Macau notes in a statement.
Chi Sasa Japanese Cuisine will present a Japanese hot pot experience including its “Seafood and Wagyu Beef Hot Pot in Spicy Miso Fish Broth.
Meanwhile, Fong Seng Lai Kei is famous for its traditional Shunde dishes. Thus bringing “Assorted Seafood and Suckling Pig Hot Pot” to welcome the autumn and winter seasons.
Katong Corner’s chefs, meanwhile, have handpicked winter melon, ginseng, coconut and chicken, preparing “Chicken with Ginseng and Coconut Casserole.”