Corporate Bits | The Venetian bringing the Philadelphia orchestra back to Macau

Ode to humanityMusicians of The Philadelphia Orchestra will return to Macao Feb. 4 for a unique performance featuring “Ode to Humanity” – A Symphony Concert with Over 100 Choristers, featuring members of the Shenzhen, Philadelphia and Macao Orchestras in a first-of-its-kind collaboration at The Venetian Macao’s Venetian Theatre. With Macau-native Lio Kuokman conducting the orchestra, the event is supported by the Cultural Affairs Bureau, and is part of The Philadelphia Orchestra’s Pearl Delta China Residency Week. Presenting Sponsor of The Philadelphia Orchestra’s China Residency Program 2015, The Venetian Macao is bringing more than 100 of the world’s best musicians from the East and the West to perform together in Macau. Tickets are on sale now.

CEM_photo 1cem announces results of energizing tour lucky draw and makes donation to the macau deaf association

CEM’s Energizing Tour was first launched in 2009, and since then has attracted more than 24,000 citizens to visit Coloane Power Station.
To encourage visitors to provide feedback on the Tour, a lucky draw was launched, with an electrical appliances cash coupon of MOP3,888 to be offered to one lucky winner. Visitors were also encouraged to ‘LIKE’ CEM’s fan page on Facebook with supermarket cash coupons of MOP500 to be offered to five fans from all who liked the page. The lucky draw took place on 13 January at CEM’s Headquarters with the supervision of Mr. Edgar Pedruco, representative of the Gaming Inspection and Coordination Bureau. The winner of MOP3,888 electrical appliances cash coupon was Ms Iong Soi Meng, 75. The winners of the MOP500 supermarket cash coupons were Pan Steven, Joe Chan, Jose Li, Albert Lou and Summer Ip.
Plus, for each LIKE received, CEM donated MOP10 to the Macau Deaf Association. During the campaign period, 800 LIKES were received and a total donation of MOP8,000 was offered.

1421118305163948_1japanese-meets-french culinary wizardry at mandarin oriental

From 22 to 24 January, Vida Rica Restaurant at Mandarin Oriental, Macau presents guest chef Takagi Kazuo from Kyoryuri Takagi, a two-Michelin-starred restaurant for five consecutive years in the city of Ashiya between Osaka and Kobe. At Vida Rica, he will showcase his special French-inspired Japanese creations.
Diners will be treated to a taste journey of a refined blend of two countries’ culinary traditions with Chef Takagi’s signature dishes such as spider crab with Sturia caviar and shiso flower, and Wagyu beef fillet with foie gras kinome dengaku.

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