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Kim Jong-nam, the Hunted Heir to a Dictator Who Met Death in Exile

Kim Jong-nam, the Hunted Heir to a Dictator Who Met Death in Exile

The forensic department of Kuala Lumpur General Hospital in Malaysia, where the body of Kim Jong-nam was believed to be on Wednesday.
Missing Taiwanese Man May Be in Chinese Custody, Some Fear

Missing Taiwanese Man May Be in Chinese Custody, Some Fear

Lee Ming-cheh, who has a background in human rights activism, has not been heard from since Sunday, when he boarded a flight from Taipei to Macau, friends and relatives say.

Upcoming: Vhils – “Debris” @ Navy Yard No.1 – Contemporary Art Center (Macau)

Following up on an exhibition in the neighboring Hong Kong (covered), Vhils (filmed) will be opening a show on May 31st at Navy Yard No.1 - Contemporary Art Center in Macau. Entitled Debris, like his
Meet the Company Behind the World’s Largest Water Fountain

Meet the Company Behind the World’s Largest Water Fountain

And the one at the Bellagio in Las Vegas. And at Wynn Palace in Macau.
Meet the Company Behind the World’s Largest Water Fountain

Meet the Company Behind the World’s Largest Water Fountain

And the one at the Bellagio in Las Vegas. And at Wynn Palace in Macau.
Trump Company Moves to Protect Brand in Chinese Gambling Hub

Trump Company Moves to Protect Brand in Chinese Gambling Hub

A hotel and casino in Macau, the world’s largest gambling market and the only place in China where casino gambling is legal.
Powerful Typhoon Hits Hong Kong, Flooding Streets and Suspending Trade

Powerful Typhoon Hits Hong Kong, Flooding Streets and Suspending Trade

Hundreds of flights were canceled and stock market trading was suspended
Nine People Were Killed by Typhoon Hato in Macau, China

Nine People Were Killed by Typhoon Hato in Macau, China

After rescuers found another body in an underground carpark.
CEO Daily: Saturday, August 26, 2017

CEO Daily: Saturday, August 26, 2017

The special Sino Saturday edition of CEO Daily.
A Battered Macau Struggles to Come to Terms With Deadly Typhoon Hato

A Battered Macau Struggles to Come to Terms With Deadly Typhoon Hato

A killer storm has exposed crucial failings in the world's gambling capital.
Lack of Preparation for Macao’s Typhoon Hato Blamed on the Weather Man

Lack of Preparation for Macao’s Typhoon Hato Blamed on the Weather Man

Residents and tourists complained that the government was woefully unprepared for the fatal storm.
Macau Arrests Elderly Siblings for Spreading ‘False Information’ About Typhoon Hato

Macau Arrests Elderly Siblings for Spreading ‘False Information’ About Typhoon Hato

Officials have been trying to manage information about the storm, which exposed huge failures in the city's disaster preparedness
Macau Journal: A ‘Futurist Woman,’ a Defunct Casino, and a Fight for Macau’s Soul

Macau Journal: A ‘Futurist Woman,’ a Defunct Casino, and a Fight for Macau’s Soul

The Hotel Estoril, built in 1962, marked a transition in Macau from opium-filled gambling dens to casino resorts aimed at a wider public.
Macau’s Mystery Money: Billions Lie Unused as Infrastructure Decays

Macau’s Mystery Money: Billions Lie Unused as Infrastructure Decays

In recent years, Macau invested less than 10% of its $70 billion revenues in infrastructure.
The World’s Largest Gambling Hub Could Soon Get A Little Taste of London

The World’s Largest Gambling Hub Could Soon Get A Little Taste of London

Las Vegas Sands wants to revamp casino resort in Macau.
China’s patriotic crackdown: three years in jail for ‘disrespecting’ national anthem

China’s patriotic crackdown: three years in jail for ‘disrespecting’ national anthem

New law issued as part of President Xi Jinping’s crackdown on disloyalty to the state alarms democracy movements in Hong Kong and MacauChina has made disrespect of the national anthem a crime
Partner of motorbike rider killed in horror crash pays tribute to ‘the love of my life’

Partner of motorbike rider killed in horror crash pays tribute to ‘the love of my life’

Daniel Hegarty died after he came off his bike during a bend on his sixth lap.
Huge First-Lap Pile-Up Consumes Most Of The Macau Grand Prix Field

Huge First-Lap Pile-Up Consumes Most Of The Macau Grand Prix Field

Somewhere a beaver is looking at this ridiculous Macau Grand Prix pile-up and thinking, “man, I wish I my dams were that effective.” All but four cars in the FIA GT World Cup qualifying race got
IFFAM: Festival Jurors Put Focus on Asian Experience

IFFAM: Festival Jurors Put Focus on Asian Experience

Asia was understandably the focus of the competition jury at the debut of the 2nd International Film Festival and Awards Macao (IFFAM). Addressing a press conference chaired by IFFAM artistic director