Why did you bring Architecture Sans Frontieres (ASF), an international non-profit organisation, to Macau in 2012?
The so-called ‘café trend’ started to percolate in the city around the Summer of 2014.
While the city has been experiencing a gaming downturn and economic contraction, casino operators become increasingly prudent in their hiring process and bonus payout.
Amid Macau’s gaming revenue slump, a first-of-its kind VIP slots room has opened.
The International School of Macau is preparing for the future, with the expansion of its existing campus is a catalyst for that, Howard Stribbell, the head of the school, tells Business Daily
G2E Asia is celebrating its 10th anniversary and Paul Beh, President of Reed Exhibitions for Asia Pacific, praised the city’s progress in becoming a MICE centre in an interview with Business Daily
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