Lessons from Las Vegas

Following the aftermath of the horrific mass shooting in Las Vegas, hotel and casino establishments are reviewing their security protocols.

Housing questions

The recently published government report on the future needs of public housing indicates both demand (in 2026) and supply (in the “medium and long-term” – the time precision is somewhat looser here) w

Populist card

First, a proposal for a new public transportation company designated only for holders of a Macau ID.

New-speak, old-memories

As a rule, I avoid introducing personal matters or experiences in these comments. Today is an exception. It will shortly become clear why I will break the rule today and what it is all about.

Wishful thinking

Non-resident inhabitants of Macau, aka blue-card holders, will likely have to pay more to use public transportation in the city.

What happened in Vegas

“I’m on lockdown at the Luxor, there is an active shooter.” These were the horrific words that my friend received in a text message from her husband on Sunday night.

Master Plan, take one

Last week, the Administration published the Tourism Industry Development Master Plan.

Crypto news

This week, besides the elections - which demonstrated that some declarations are punishable by the citizens who vote, and that some of the new Legislative Assembly members appointed by the Chief Execu