No timeline yet on new Melco COO following Sisk’s departure

Melco has confirmed it is considering potential candidates, with no timeline yet to fill the position – that was managed by Sisk who has over 25

2023 retail sales surpass pre-pandemic levels

The total value of retail sales in Macau experienced significant growth in 2023, according to data from the Statistics and Census Service (DSEC). Sales

Forum Macao focuses on the sixth ministerial conference as it marks its 20th anniversary: Ji Xianzheng

The Permanent Secretariat of Forum Macao “is focused on the preparation of the Sixth Ministerial Conference of the Forum Macao, and consequently on the active promotion

Macao Union Hospital to provide specialized examination services

Starting in March, the Macao Union Hospital will begin offering selected specialized examination services to patients referred by the Health Bureau. The hospital will include specialized outpatient

10 degrees Celsius this weekend

The Meteorological and Geophysics Bureau (SMG) has forecast that the northeast monsoon will begin impacting the city from tonight, leading to a temperature drop to 10 degrees Celsius

MTel maintains steady user base

Telecommunication firm MTel has reported a stable user base of about 8,000 to 9,000 customers, with an approximate 5% share in the market. According to MTel chairman and

New national security law deepens angst over civil liberties, gov’t says business as usual

As Hong Kong moves toward enacting a new national security law, four years after the enforcement of a similar law that all but wiped out dissent and

GBA in 2024: Foreign investment destination profile

Analysis The Greater Bay Area (GBA) in China, encompassing nine cities in Guangdong province along with Hong Kong and Macau, has emerged as a significant

Hong Kong lifts curbs on property market, to spend more on tourism

Hong Kong’s government has lifted curbs on property deals after home prices fell to a seven-year low, adding to the Chinese territory’s woes. Finance minister

Guangdong’s transportation network investment in 2024

In 2024, Guangdong Province is set to dramatically enhance its transportation infrastructure with an investment exceeding 350 billion RMB. This ambitious plan, unveiled at a Department of

Hengqin’s strategic measures to attract international talent

Hengqin’s introduction of “second-tier” closed customs control, effective tomorrow, aims to streamline the flow of people, goods, capital, and information between Macau and Hengqin. Professor Chen Guokai of

Shenzhen brands shine at Milan Fashion Week

The Shenzhen Futian Fashion Event, held at Milan’s prestigious Palazzo Reale during the Fall/Winter 2024/2025 Milan Fashion Week, marked a significant moment for Chinese fashion on the

Notes On Academic Research

“Impact of the Sino-US Trade War on Factor Endowment in the China’s GBA: A Theoretical Analysis from the Perspective of Factor Endowment Theory”

Army is slashing thousands of posts in major revamp to prepare for future wars

The U.S. Army is slashing the size of its force by about 24,000, or almost 5%, and restructuring to be better able to fight the next major

1956 Hopes for Mid East peace mission

The British Foreign Secretary, John Selwyn Lloyd, left London this morning for a tour of the Middle East, Pakistan and India. Before he left, he

Belief in the myth of outlaw heroes partly explains Donald Trump’s die-hard support

Before Donald Trump likened himself to Russian dissident Alexei Navalny, the former president frequently compared himself with a completely opposite personality – Chicago organized crime

Japan defeats N.Korea to reach women’s tournament at the Paris Olympics

Japan 2, North Korea 1 Japan defeated North Korea 2-1 yesterday to reach the women’s soccer tournament at the upcoming Paris Olympics. But not

Japan had the fewest babies it has ever recorded last year, and fewer marriages

The number of babies born in Japan last year fell for an eighth straight year to a new low, government data showed this week, and

Press center opens for China’s annual legislative, political consultative sessions

A press center for China’s upcoming annual legislative and political consultative sessions opened Tuesday at the Media Center Hotel in Beijing. The second session of the 14th National People’s

China has a quant quake because there’s no citadel

China is tightening the grip over quantitative trading after experiencing its own version of a “quant quake,” a reference to the summer of 2007 when a number of

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