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Macau wants new FIA Formula 3 cars for 2019 Grand Prix

Macau Grand Prix organisers have stated they intend to run their Formula 3 classic for the new FIA F3 cars, although circuit changes will likely be required to accommodate them
Tags: Sport, Macau, F3, Autosport, FIA Formula


Crowned by Burger King, meat replacement company Impossible Foods raises $300 million

After being crowned by Burger King as the first meat replacement patty to roll out nationally with one of the largest fast food chains, Impossible Foods has raised $300 million in capital. The financing brings the company’s total equity raise to $750 million — and provides a sizable pool of funds to draw from as it continues to compete with its newly-publicly traded rival, Beyond Meat. Beyond Meat rockets in early trading on Nasdaq, reaching a valuation of over $3 billion Both companies ar...
Tags: Meat, Food, TC, Asia, Hong Kong, Europe, California, Stanford, Singapore, America, Supply Chain, Tech, United States, Greenhouse Gas Emissions, Ubs, Leonardo Dicaprio


US stocks slide after threat from Trump to raise tariffs

By Damian J. Troise and Alex Veiga, The Associated Press Fresh market jitters over the possibility of an escalation in the costly trade war between the U.S. and China pulled stocks broadly lower on Wall Street Monday. The decline, which gradually lost momentum after an initial steep slump, came a day after President Donald Trump threatened to raise tariffs on goods imported from China. Trump complained that the trade talks between the two countries are moving too slowly. Investors have been expe...
Tags: Apple, Asia, Hong Kong, Europe, Indonesia, Washington, Banks, China, US, Sport, Beijing, Soccer, United States, Shanghai, Treasury, Ethiopia


KY eats – Foo Hing Dimsum, Puchong

I have to admit that I’m not a huge fan of going to Puchong, and it is due to the reason perhaps most of us view Puchong as – the giant parking lot outside that old IOI shopping mall. Well, after so many moons, I ended up there again on a morning of a public holiday, for a short hiking trip to Wawasan Hill (see pic below). Foo Hing Dimsum, Puchong Well, what do you do after a good 2 hour or so hiking workout? Breakfast of course! So by 8:20 am in the morning, we came to the most famous dimsum p...
Tags: Travel, House, Macau, Food Video, Eats, Selangor Others, Puchong, IOI, Jodie, Egg Tart, Dimsum, Portuguese egg tart, Foo Hing Dimsum Puchong, Wawasan Hill, Bandar Puteri Puchong Even, Kampung Koh


The Rise and Fall of Western Empires Visualized Through the Artful Metaphor of Cell Division

We can hardly understand how the modern world arrived at its current shape without understanding the history of colonial empire. But how best to understand the history of colonial empire? In animation above, visualization designers Pedro M. Cruz and Penousal Machado portray it through a biological lens, rendering the four most powerful empires in the Western world of the 18th and 19th centuries as cells. The years pass, and at first these four cells grow in size, but we all know the story m...
Tags: Google, College, History, Animation, Portugal, Brazil, Mozambique, Seoul, Macau, Cruz, United States of America, Facebook Twitter, Machado, Colin Marshall, 21st Century Los Angeles, Pedro M Cruz


Dramatic Documentary (OT)

This three-year-old grew up to be one of the greatest racing drivers in history,and the last F1 driver to die in the heat of battle until Bianchi in 2015 A few days ago, May 1, was the 25th anniversary of the death of Ayrton Senna. If you've never seen the movie Senna, I highly recommend it—it's one of the great stories, easy to appreciate even if you don't care at all about cars or racing. It's a documentary that has more drama than most fictitious films. One sports movie you shouldn't miss....
Tags: Photography, Mexico, New Jersey, Italy, Adelaide, Philadelphia, Macau, Ayrton Senna, Off-topic Posts, Michael Johnston, Estoril, David Lee, Mike, Michael C Johnston, Senna, Bianchi


Murder at the airport: the brazen attack on Kim Jong Nam

Early on a February morning two years ago, a balding man in a gray suit entered Malaysia's Kuala Lumpur airport, glanced up at the departures board and walked to check in for his flight to Macau. A few steps away from a Starbucks cafe and a Puffy Buffy Malaysian food stall, a woman stood in front of Kim Jong Nam, the estranged half-brother of North Korea's leader, to distract him. Carrying a backpack containing $100,000 and four North Korean passports, Kim Jong Nam, had been traveling under hi...
Tags: News, North Korea, Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur, Starbucks, Macau, Kim Jong Nam, Kim Chol


Macau's April casino revenue posts worst drop in nearly three years

Gambling revenue in the Chinese territory of Macau fell 8.3 percent in April, the biggest year-on-year drop since June 2016, due to tempered demand from high rollers amid a slowdown in the world's second-largest economy.
Tags: Money, businessNews, Macau


Geo-Centric Complexity

An interesting discussion during Dagstuhl last month about the US-centric view of theory. Bad enough that all talks and papers in an international venue are in English but we also have Manhattan Distance. How are foreigners supposed to know about the structure of streets in New York? What's wrong with grid distance? Las Vegas Algorithms. I found this one a little unfair, after all Monte Carlo algorithms came first. Still today might not Macau algorithms make sense? Arthur-Merlin Games. A Britis...
Tags: New York, US, Seo, Las Vegas, Bob, Macau, Alice, Pat, Monte Carlo, NP, Lance Fortnow, Dagstuhl, Las Vegas Algorithms, Bhati


Mass Market Bets Pay Off For Las Vegas Sands

Macau was the highlight of the first quarter, and the mass market led the way.
Tags: Finance, Article, Macau, Las Vegas Sands, FBN, Motley Fool, Fbn/markets, Fox-business/markets, 2365c413-54c3-5ea4-9515-f5c7f249f09a


We Spent RM 1k for Indian Food at Flour Bukit Damansara

The Flour restaurant at Bukit Damansara Kuala Lumpur is one of the few fine dining Indian restaurants in Malaysia. Since we read many positive reviews on the restaurant, we decided to have dinner with our friends there. There were seven of us and we spent RM 1k or RM 1000 for dinner. The receipt is at the bottom of this story so please read on till the end. ( = || []).push({}); We had fine dining Indian food in Macau many years ago at Golden ...
Tags: Travel, Food, France, Malaysia, Headline, Macau, Gujarat, Malaysia - Kuala Lumpur, Meng Taman Shamelin Char Siew, Venetian Macao, Golden Peacock, Damansara, Kuala Lumpur Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur, Michelin One Starred, Bukit Damansara, Flour Bukit Damansara


Vegas Sands report suggests settlement amount in Macau case

A public filing suggests Las Vegas Sands Corp. paid $96 million to settle a 15-year breach-of-contract dispute with a Hong Kong businessman who helped the U.S. company open its first casino in the Chinese gambling enclave of Macau.
Tags: Hong Kong, Finance, Article, Associated Press, Macau, Las Vegas Sands Corp, FBN, Ken Ritter, Fbn/markets, Fox-business/markets, Fox-business/industries, Fox-business/features, B8a72eb5-4e01-5240-a822-57b06d853a0b


Lomachenko goes Hollywood for title clash with Crolla

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Vasyl Lomachenko left Ukraine and moved stateside several years ago because he dreamed of fighting for big money in the world’s most popular boxing venues. After headlining at Madison Square Garden, in Macau and in several spots around Las Vegas, Lomachenko is going Hollywood on Friday night. Lomachenko (12-1, 9 KOs) […]
Tags: Hollywood, News, Sports, Los Angeles, Ukraine, Ap, Macau, Other Sports, Madison Square Garden, Crolla, Vasyl Lomachenko, Lomachenko, Las Vegas Lomachenko


The Labour Challenge for Japan’s Casino Resorts | By Chris Mumford

Integrated casino resorts are moving closer to becoming a reality in Japan. While the Integrated Resort (IR) Implementation Bill was passed by Japan's Diet last summer, it is anyone's guess as to when the actual licenses, expected to be granted in Osaka, Tokyo, and Yokohama, will be awarded. In addition to one or two local Japanese firms such as Sega Sammy and Konami, the likes of global casino players MGM, Las Vegas Sands, Wynn and Caesars, are all pitching and lobbying furiously to win ...
Tags: Travel, Japan, Bill, Macau, Yokohama, Caesars, Konami, Osaka Tokyo, Chris Mumford, Singapore Japan, Sega Sammy, MGM Las Vegas Sands Wynn


Casino company Las Vegas Sands announces Singapore expansion

LAS VEGAS (AP) — Casino company Las Vegas Sands announced Wednesday it plans to spend $3.3 billion to add an entertainment arena, new hotel tower and more convention space to its property in Singapore. The Las Vegas-based owner of properties in the U.S. and Macau said in a statement it has an agreement with the […]
Tags: Business, News, Singapore, Ap, Nation, Las Vegas, Macau, Las Vegas Sands, Nation & World, Singapore The Las Vegas


China: The Lure Of China's Greater Bay Area Grows Stronger For Business And Talent - TMF Group

The recently-announced Outline Development Plan for the Greater Bay Area of Guangdong, Hong Kong and Macau is an ambitious blueprint designed to attract more foreign businesses and professionals to the region.
Tags: News, China, Macau, Greater Bay Area, Guangdong Hong Kong, TMF Group


Murder at the airport: the brazen attack on Kim Jong Nam

Early on a February morning two years ago, a balding man in a gray suit entered Malaysia's Kuala Lumpur airport, glanced up at the departures board and walked to check in for his flight to Macau. A few steps away from a Starbucks cafe and a Puffy Buffy Malaysian food stall, a woman stood in front of Kim Jong Nam, estranged half-brother of North Korea's leader, to distract him. Carrying a backpack containing $100,000 and four North Korean passports, Kim Jong Nam had been traveling under his pse...
Tags: News, North Korea, Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur, Starbucks, Macau, Kim Jong Nam, Kim Chol


How North Korea got away with the assassination of Kim Jong-nam

No one from the regime will stand trial over the death of Kim Jong-un’s half-brother, leading to fears it will act againThe morning of 13 February 2017 was like any other at Kuala Lumpur’s hectic international airport terminal so it would have been easy to miss a lone North Korean man, clad in a blue polo shirt and jeans, heading to check into his flight to Macau.As he ambled past a column, a backpack slung over one shoulder, a woman approached him and wiped an oily substance on his face before ...
Tags: Indonesia, North Korea, World news, Asia Pacific, Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur, Kim Jong-un, Cctv, Vietnam, Macau, Kim Jong


In Lisbon, a Carpet of Stone Beneath Their Feet

A city school teaches students how to create the patterned pavements seen throughout the capital (and in former colonies around the world).
Tags: News, Macau, Lisbon, Rio de Janeiro (Brazil, Rock and Stone, Lisbon (Portugal


Tourist dies at the Grand Canyon

The Grand Canyon is one of the most popular and widely recognizable tourist attractions in the world, but unfortunately, it can also be quite dangerous. Steep inclines, sharp drops, and precarious trails mean you need to be on high alert, no matter how badly you want to get that Instagram photo. Just yesterday, a Macau man, who was part of a tour group from Hong Kong, fell to his death at Eagle Point near the Skywalk. The Skywalk offers views as far as 4,000 feet into the canyon. The man fell...
Tags: Travel, Hong Kong, Instagram, Bbc, Macau, Grand Canyon, All, National Park Service, South China Morning Post, Eagle Point, Selfie Death, Grand Canyon Death, Selfie Fatality, Alice Chan Cheung Lok yee, Travel Industry Council of Hong Kong, James Hong Ming


As Hong Kong Grows Closer To Mainland China, Worries About (Self-)Censorship Increase

“Fears are growing over Hong Kong’s artistic freedom, including instances of self-censorship, as China rolls out its Greater Bay Area integration scheme. The controversial plan aims to merge Hong Kong and Macau — its fellow Special Administrative Region (SAR) — with nine nearby cities on the mainland into a mega-hub, encompassing around 68 million people with a shared GDP of US$1.39 trillion.” – The Art Newspaper
Tags: Art, Hong Kong, China, US, Macau, Issues, Greater Bay Area, 03.27.19, Mainland China Worries, Special Administrative Region SAR


Macau government extends MGM Resorts license to 2022

LAS VEGAS (AP) — MGM Resorts International has been authorized to continue operating casinos in the Chinese gambling enclave of Macau. The company says the Macau government extended the gambling license of its China unit to June 2022. The casino giant will pay the government $24.7 million. Macau is the world’s biggest gambling market and […]
Tags: Business, News, China, Ap, Las Vegas, Macau, MGM Resorts International, MGM Resorts, Macau government


Most popular travel destinations

Whether you’re trying to join the crowds on holiday, get away from them, or just find inspiration for your next vacation, it can be helpful to know where other tourists are traveling. Get Going travel insurance has conducted an in-depth study on tourism around the world. This includes the countries whose citizens travel the most, their favorite destinations, and nations with the largest tourist to resident ratio. Photo: Get Going Photo: Get Going It’s probably not too shocking to learn t...
Tags: Travel, Mexico, China, Germany, US, Canada, Macau, Andorra, All, Canada Canada, Travel Infographic, Popular Destinations, Top Destinations, Top Traveling Countries, UK Cuba


The Latest: Lawyer says Las Vegas Sands should pay $347M

The Latest on a trial for a Nevada jury to decide how much Las Vegas Sands owes a Hong Kong businessman for helping the U.S. casino company open its first resort in Macau in 2004 (all times local): 1:20 p.m.
Tags: Hong Kong, Finance, Article, Associated Press, Las Vegas, Nevada, Macau, Las Vegas Sands, FBN, Fbn/markets, Fox-business/markets, Fox-business/industries, Fox-business/features, 128c8eec-496f-5104-99b8-dfe6f21f67b4


Jury to decide what Sands owes Macau casino dealmaker

Hundreds of millions of dollars will be at stake in a Nevada courtroom when attorneys for a Hong Kong businessman tell a jury on Wednesday that Las Vegas Sands owes him hundreds of millions of dollars for helping the company open its first resort in Macau 15 years ago.
Tags: Hong Kong, Finance, Article, Associated Press, Nevada, Macau, Las Vegas Sands, FBN, Ken Ritter, Fbn/markets, Fox-business/markets, Fox-business/industries, Fox-business/features, B500a65a-2fa1-5736-a5c3-023a504380fd


Indonesian woman accused of killing Kim Jong-un's half-brother arrives home after being freed in Malaysia

An Indonesian woman accused of assassinating North Korean leader Kim Jong-un’s half-brother arrived back in Jakarta on Monday after a Malaysian court suddenly dropped the murder charges and released her.   A smiling Siti Aisyah, 26, who had been facing the possibility of a death penalty sentence in Malaysia in the morning, by the evening was welcomed by Indonesian officials and rushed through Jakarta’s main airport to her emotional parents, who wept and hugged their youngest daughter on sight.  ...
Tags: South Korea, News, Indonesia, Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur, Joko Widodo, Telegraph, Kim, Vietnam, Macau, Pyongyang, Jakarta, Kim Jong, AG, Doan, Aisyah


I stayed at Hong Kong's first 'capsule hotel' to see what it's like to live in micro — and the experience was a nightmare

SLEEEP is Hong Kong's first capsule hotel, a concept invented in Japan in the late 1970s that aims to provide cheap, convenient "sleeping pods" for travelers who do not require the services of a full hotel. I stayed at SLEEEP last March on a business trip to Hong Kong. It cost around $75 USD per night, cheap for a hotel on Hong Kong island, but other accommodations on Airbnb or in budget hotels can be had for cheaper. SLEEEP is ideally located and well-designed aesthetically, but its capsules ...
Tags: Apple, Asia, Hong Kong, Japan, Trends, Alibaba, Rivers, Macau, Jack Ma, Hong Kongers, Sheung Wan, Hong Kong Island, Gough Street, Jun Rivers, Alex Klot


3 Key Things We Are Hoping to See in Bond 25

Around four years on from the release of Spectre, anticipation is continuing to grow around what will be the 25th James Bond adventure. Production on the film has not exactly been straightforward so far, with one of the most notable issues being Danny Boyle leaving the project and being replaced by True Detective director Cary Fukunaga. However, if reports are to be believed the project is now progressing, with filming expected to start in April and the movie featuring the working title of...
Tags: Religion, Adele, Green, Radiohead, Alicia Keys, Sam Smith, James Bond, Danny Boyle, Christoph Waltz, Daniel Craig, Skyfall, Jack White, Macau, Bond, Craig, Cary Fukunaga


Sophia Florsch has first F3 test outing since Macau GP crash

Formula 3 racer Sophia Florsch has made her comeback to the cockpit, less than four months after her horrific high-speed aerial Macau Grand Prix accident
Tags: Sport, Macau, F3, Autosport, Sophia Florsch


La Liga’s Tebas ‘very happy’ with Premier League link

Macau (AFP) – La Liga president Javier Tebas told AFP he was flattered to be linked with the English Premier League’s chief executive position as speculation swirls over the role. Tebas, Spanish league chief since... Visit http://www.majorleaguesoccertalk.com for the rest of the story.
Tags: Sport, Soccer, Premier League, La Liga, Macau, Afp, English Premier League, Javier Tebas, Tebas, AFP La Liga