Wu-Tang look to cement legacy on new album

Old Dirty Bastard once proclaimed: Wu-Tang is for the children. On their sixth album, "A Better Tomorrow," U-God reinforces the sentiment: We "construct these jewels so they can live through

Rod Stewart tribute band to start resident show at Venetian next Spring

In the next few decades the original rockers who brought us the best of rock’n’roll will no longer be around to play live and in the flesh, but shrewder bands

The Atlantic Soul

Situated in the westernmost of the European continent, Portugal is less of a Mediterranean or southern European country than an Atlantic one. Sharing – if uncomfortably – the Iberian Peninsula


Mandarin Oriental, Macau Those of you who read my column regularly know I am a fan. Mandarin Oriental, Macau celebrates this festive season with good taste, presenting an array of appetizing

Friday, December 5, 2014 – edition no. 2206

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The Buzz | Circumcision benefits outweigh the risks, US says

U.S. health officials on Tuesday released a draft of long-awaited federal guidelines on circumcision, saying medical evidence supports having the procedure done despite opposition from advocates who decry the pain,

World briefs

CHINA A 51-year-old Chinese bank employee in the country’s northeast fatally wounded two bank officials yesterday with a shotgun in a rare shooting incident, local media reported. Local newspapers from

Lighting with acrobatics opens Winter in Venice carnival

Combining trampoline acrobatics, color-changing LED suits and interactive lighting, the “Infinity Bounce” trampoline performance is aimed to entrance the audience and add flair to the annual Winter in Venice carnival. “There

Labor disputes at new USJ campus construction site

Yesterday, a group of mainland- ers working at the University of Saint Joseph (USJ) new campus construction site demanded their employer pay them the salary arrears totalling MOP7 million. Public

Beijing official calls on AL to monitor the administration

Li Fei, Deputy Secretary-General of the Chinese National People’s Congress Standing Committee, believes that Macau should legislate as soon as possible for the Legislative Assembly (AL) to monitor the income

Briefs | Gov’t pledges support for the disabled

A member of a law enforcement agency in Macau was detained on Tuesday for allegedly trafficking drugs from Zhuhai into Macau. Information from the Judiciary Police (PJ) suggested that representatives

Scholars look into ‘Macau’s crucial role’ in US-China relations

Macau has played ‘a crucial role’ in the development of bilateral relations between the U.S. and China, according to Prof Hao Yufan, dean of the University of Macau’s Faculty of

Health | City launches online HIV risk assessment test

The Health Bureau (SSM) has recently launched an online HIV risk assessment test, which allows citizens to discover whether they are among groups at risk of infection, the department said

ENTERTAINMENT | Jane Monheit to perform in CCM in January

A leading light of both the jazz and cabaret worlds for nearly two decades, Jane Monheit takes her audience back to a golden era of musical glamour. Her concerts include

New IACM waste disposal equipment causes controversy

Some residents in the St Lawrence Parish are dissatisfied about the garbage collection facilities that the Civic and Municipal Affairs Bureau (IACM) is placing in the area. The bureau has

In emails, Jobs determined to keep iPod Apple-only

Legendary Apple CEO Steve Jobs had seven words for a subordinate when he learned that a rival company was about to introduce a program that would let music fans buy

Cathay pilots to start work-to-rule plans, may hurt flights

Cathay Pacific Airways Ltd.’s pilots union will do only what’s required by their contracts from today after discussions about pay failed, potentially leading to flight delays at Asia’s biggest international

Corporate Bits | Venetian and Sands awarded by International Hotel Forum Organization

The International Hotel Forum has been held annually since 2001 and gives special recognition to hotels in China that constantly deliver excellent guest experiences. After a rigorous selection process, The

Mozambique among the 3 African economies with highest growth by 2019

Mozambique is one of three countries that stand out for their growth in Africa, a continent that will become increasingly important in economic terms in the coming years, according to

Angola | Investments exceed USD7.7b in 2014

Approved investments along with those still under review by Angola’s National Agency for Private Investment (ANIP) in 2014 exceeded USD7.7 billion, the president of the agency announced at a meeting

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