CNY | Rising tide of travelers from China floods Macau, Asia

Deutsche Bank issued a report stating that 14 out of 20 Macau hotels recently surveyed by the research house were fully booked out during the

Fitch upgrades Macau’s long-term credit rating

Yesterday, Fitch Ratings upgraded the MSAR’s credit rating (long-term foreign and local currency issuer default ratings) to “AA”. The international rating agency pointed out

Gaming | Long-stalled Vegas casino-resort gets new life

The Fontainebleau is no more. Call it The Drew Las Vegas. The hulking, bluish casino-resort, which has sat unfinished on the Las Vegas Strip since 2009

Transportation | DSAT does not want more public buses

The Transport Bureau (DSAT) wants bus companies to improve their efficiency, but is not willing to allow the expansion of the public bus fleet. DSAT director Lam Hin

Steve Wynn is out but Vegas is still a tough town for women

The jobs were advertised as some of the best in Las Vegas: collect big tips while dealing blackjack on the Strip. But inside the casino “party

Preview | MGM Cotai opens today with sensory trio of food, art and entertainment

The latest addition to Macau’s Cotai Strip will thrust open its doors to the public this evening and in doing so set a precedent for resort- embedded

Educators encouraged to promote self-regulated learning

Education representatives gathered last week to discuss the latest developments of Self-Regulated Learning (SRL) in the global context with a focus on the application to classroom instruction

Koreas | Smiling sister exploits Trump-Moon rift on North

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un deployed a new weapon at the Olympics to fight back against the Trump administration’s sanctions and threats of a preemptive

Crime | Security situation stabilized in 2017, says Wong Sio Chak

Secretary for Security Wong Sio Chak said at a press conference last Friday that “Macau’s security situation in 2017 remained, in general, stable and favorable.” “At

Analysis | South Korea’s Moon may be on brink of legacy-defining moment

Peace on the Korean Peninsula. After decades of bloodshed and strife, including a runup to the Olympic Games that saw the rival Koreas lurching toward war amid

Delta Bridge, Zhuhai cooperation key to MICE success, says expert

The opening of the Hong Kong-Zhuhai- Macau Bridge and greater cooperation between the neighboring cities of Zhuhai and Macau will be key factors in driving the growth

Transportation | North extension of Macau airport opens today

The north extension of the Macau International Airport (MIA) will open today. The total area of the extension is 14,000 square meters and the

HK sees deadliest bus crash in 15 years

Saturday evening’s fatal bus crash is Hong Kong’s worst such incident in 15 years, killing at least 19 people and injuring 65. The KMB (Kowloon Motor

Steve Wynn departure seen easing pressure on Macau scrutiny

Billionaire Steve Wynn’s resignation as head of his gaming empire may alleviate some concerns over the future of Wynn Macau Ltd.’s license in the world’s

GP organizers have no plans to replace ‘grid girls’ following FIA stance

Formula One organizers announced that “grid kids” will be used this season, replacing the practice of using female promotional models on the starting grid of

FCDT to launch subsidy for disaster prevention projects

The Science and Technology Development Fund (FDCT) is launching a subsidy program that is aiming to encourage schools to expand students’ scientific knowledge, specifically in topics related to the

Air Macau flight returns after captain smells smoke in the cabin

An Air Macau Beijing- bound flight returned to the gate after it took off from Macau yesterday morning. According to information given to

Taiwan | Rescuers comb quake rubble for remaining seven missing

Rescuers in Taiwan continued their search for survivors in a dangerously tilted building yesterday, more than a day after it was damaged in an

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