Corporate Bits | Hebe Tien, Yoga Lin and Janice Yan perform at ‘Taiwan music series’ finale

Hebe-3Studio City Event Center (SCEC)’s branded ‘Taiwan Music Series’ continued for the third consecutive week on Saturday night as ‘Supernova Diva’ Hebe Tian, hot idol Yoga Lin and Taiwan TV reality talent-show winner, Janice Yan hit the stage for the series finale.
“It is such an amazing experience for us to perform at this ultra-modern event center. The exclusivity of this world-class venue gave us a great opportunity to get close and cozy with our fans. We hope our melodies have touched the heart and soul of all music lovers tonight,” said Hebe Tien and Yoga Lin. The artists also visited The House of Magic, Asia’s first multi-theater studio which hosts a rotation of international guest magicians visiting and performing at Studio City.

ctm sets up multiple donation channels to support walk for a million 2015

This year, CTM will continue to support the annual “Walk For A Million” charity event through a range of resources and service supports. Moreover, over 300 staff CTM members will participate in the Walk For A Million to be held on 13th December.
To support the forthcoming “Walk For A Million”, CTM will continue its cooperation with the Charity Fund from the Readers of Macao Daily News to set up donation channels through CTM’s Internet and Mobile networks, aiming at expanding fund-raising channels. From now on until to 31st January 2016, CTM mobile postpaid customers can make a donation of MOP30 to the Charity Fund by keying in “#132#” and pressing “send” on their mobile phones. For Internet customers, they can access the donation webpage ( to donate MOP30 to the Charity Fund. There is no limit on the number of donations and no extra charge will be imposed by CTM.

P001st. regis macao completes fire drill

The St. Regis Macao, Cotai Central successfully completed a fire drill Friday in preparation for its first guest arrivals on December 17. 300 team members participated in the 10:30 a.m. drill, demonstrating the emergency-response readiness of the 38-storey, 400-key luxury hotel.
The emergency simulation assumed a hotel room fire on the 9th floor, including one person trapped in an adjacent hotel room and smoke in the corridor. The Fire Services Department dispatched five fire brigades and two ambulances to the scene.
“Safety and security of our staff and guests is of paramount importance to us and we are grateful for the critical support provided by the Fire Services Department and the Public Security Police Force during this exercise,” said Paul Cunningham, General Manager of Operations for The St. Regis Macao. “Everyone followed proper emergency measures during today’s fire drill, demonstrating our ability to provide a safe exit for staff, guests and visitors in emergency situations.”

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