Some of you may recall that last year, when writing about the Policy Address of the Chief Executive, there was an almost empty space in this column.
The United States celebrates Thanksgiving today and some casinos here in Macau are joining in the festivities by offering American Thanksgiving fare at their restaurants.
Every year, as the period for the presentation and discussion of the Policy Address and the approval of the Budget approaches, the same questions pop up in the media.
The Governance Action Lines (LAG) are under discussion.
The Five-Year Plan, again, did not appear to be quantified.
As usual the 63rd Macau Grand Prix 2016 was fast and furious, despite last-minute changes to the organizational and supplier chains.
Last Sunday, I had the opportunity to attend the St. Martens party (in Portuguese ‘Magusto’) at the Hovione premises in Taipa.
While the past week has been filled with endless arguments in favour of or in protest against the United States Presidential election, Taiwan has been focusing on gender and marriage equality.
Earlier this year, the news about the organisation of a big international film festival in Macau aroused great expectations. Strong ambition and commitment were promised.