Skip to content

PICTURE

BEIJING, Sept. 19, 2014 (Xinhua) --  Flower decorations are prepared to greet the upcoming National Day on Oct. 1 at the Tian'anmen Square in Beijing, capital of China.
macauhub_e.jpg
forum_book.jpg
see2010hweb_260_126.jpg

Follow Us!


twitter.png
21 September 2014 09:59 GMT +8
TOP STORY
2014/09/19
Unions worry bosses will convert mass-gaming into VIP areas to dodge smoking ban
Three casino workers’ unions affiliated with the powerful Macau Federation of Trade Unions said Thirsday they worried that gaming operators will convert mass-market floors into VIP areas since the latter will be allowed to have smoking areas after October 6. The government said early this year ...
MORE MACAU NEWS
2014/09/19
The Sistine Chapel Choir will perform today in Macau and later in Hong Kong, and Taipei, Taiwan, Vatican press sources said . The concert in Macau will be the first time that the choir, led by Monsignor Massimo Palombella, will perform on Chinese territory. The Hong Kong concert tis schedul...
Sistine Chapel Choir to perform today in Macau
2014/09/18
China's State Council on Wednesday appointed Chui Sai On as the fourth-term chief executive of the Macau Special Administrative Region (SAR). Chui, 57, was elected the fourth-term chief executive-designate of the Macau SAR on Aug. 31 as the sole candidate in the election. Born in Macau i...
Chui Sai On appointed Macau chief executive
2014/09/18
A Hong Kong tycoon has placed the biggest ever order for Rolls-Royce cars, agreeing to buy 30 Phantoms to chauffeur guests at a luxury resort he's building in Macau. Stephen Hung's US$20 million purchase surpasses the 14 Phantoms bought by Hong Kong's Peninsula Hotel in 2006. Hung and Rolls...
Hong Kong tycoon pays US$20M for 30 Rolls-Royces for Macau hotel
2014/09/18
University of Macau (UM) Professor Liu Bolong said yesterday that there are too many government bureaus in Macau and that some with similar functions should be merged. He also said that the Secretariat for Administration and Justice should be split into two secretariats, one for public administ...
Scholar calls for merger of bureaus
2014/09/17
Taxi drivers picking up fares at the Barrier Gate taxi rank Tuesday morning when storm warning signal No. 8 remained hoisted due to Typhoon Kalmaegi [Seagull] tried to rip off passengers by demanding several hundred patacas per trip. With the suspension of all public bus services when the No. ...
Cabbies rip off passengers during typhoon again