Well known for her naturally magnetic rich vocals and witty persona, Taiwanese pop and folk singer Tsai Chin will mark her third-ever Cotai Arena performance with her Tsai Chin 2014 Macao Concert, Saturday, Nov. 29, 2014, at The Venetian Macao on her brand new tour. Tickets go on sale today.
Tsai has released more than 50 albums since 1979, featuring songs in Mandarin and Taiwanese Hokkien, and her world concert tours have earned her a dazzling reputation in recent years. She plans her concerts herself, always eager to bring vigor and new ideas to her performances. Tsai is set to impress The Venetian Macao audience with her newest concert tour, which features fashionable gowns designed by Tsai herself and some of the singer’s greatest hits.
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fosun may study investing in portugal’s novo banco, cfo says
Fosun Group plans to study all investment opportunities, including Portugal’s Novo Banco, as part of the Chinese company’s push to expand abroad, Chief Financial Officer Ding Guoqi said.
Fosun wants to “leverage the China momentum to develop its investment capability not only in mainland China but also all over the world,” Ding said through a translator in an interview in Lisbon Wednesday.
Asked if Fosun would be interested in purchasing Novo Banco, the lender that emerged from the breakup of Portugal’s Banco Espirito Santo SA, Ding replied: “We will analyze, review all the investment opportunities.”
Banco Espirito Santo, once Portugal’s biggest lender by market value, was bailed out in August after regulators ordered it to raise more capital following the disclosure of potential losses on loans to some of its parent companies. The central bank created Novo Banco by moving the bank’s deposit-taking units and other assets into a new company.