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May 28, 2015  -- A visitor looks at the creations of graduate students at the gallery in Nanjing University of Arts, Nanjing, capital of east China's Jiangsu Province. A graduation design show was held at the university on Tuesday, featuring some 1,000 creations of more than 400 graduate students.  (Xinhua/Su Yang)

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28 May 2015 19:43 (GMT +8)
Galaxy opens first casinos amid downturn in Macau
Galaxy Entertainment Group Ltd. opened Macau’s first projects in three years with a concert from Chinese singer Alan Tam, as the casino operator tries to broaden its appeal beyond gamblers to families and tourists. Tickets for this weekend’s show by 64-year-old Tam, a pioneer of Cantonese pop mus...
Galaxy Entertainment Group (GEG) Deputy Chairman Francis Lui Yiu-tung said on Wednesday that a full smoking ban in casinos, which the government insists on implementing eventually, would be a “big loss”. Lui made the comments during a press conference prior to the grand opening ceremony of the...
Full smoking ban in casinos would be ‘big loss’
Excelente International Group Ltd. Chairman John Lo Seng Chung urged local businesspeople on Wednesday to consider investing in Guinea-Bissau, saying that despite the country’s poor infrastructure there were lots of business opportunities there. Addressing an event organised by the Macau Trade a...
Macau entrepreneur promotes Guinea-Bissau trade
Phase 2 of Galaxy Macau that is opening today will primarily focus on the mass market, Galaxy Macau Director of Operations Richard Longhurst said on Tuesday. Longhurst made the comments during a panel discussion at JW Marriott in Galaxy’s Phase 2 extension development, which cost HK$19.6 billion...
Macau Galaxy Phase 2 vows to be more mass market focused
The construction of Macau’s second public hospital might be delayed as the initial design project has been expanded, the Health Bureau (SSM) confirmed in a statement on Tuesday. A concrete schedule for the hospital’s construction works will only be disclosed after the design project has been complet...
Construction delayed for Macau’s second public hospital
Sales of watches, clocks and jewellery fell 31 percent to 3.7 billion patacas in the first quarter, the Statistics and Census Bureau (DSEC) announced on Tuesday. Watches, clocks and jewellery accounted for 23 percent of all retail sales –the sector’s biggest segment. Sales of leather goods dropp...
Macau retail sales of watches jewellery fall 31 pct in Q1