The Macau Metro Monitor, September 19, 2011
MOCHA CLUBS OPENS NEW PARLOUR Macau Business
Mocha Clubs has opened a new parlour at Macau Tower. With 24-hour all weather service, the club offers 260 slot machines and electronic table games. Mocha Clubs currently has a total of ~1,800 gaming machines in nine locations, running the largest non-casino based operations of electronic gaming machines in Macau.
FOOD POISONING AT THE GALAXY Macau Daily Times
11 customers have shown symptoms of food poisoning while eating at one of Galaxy Macau's restaurants.
MORE MAINLAND TOURISTS SPEND WEEKENDS IN MACAU Tai Chung Pao
Mainland tourists claimed that with RMB keeps appreciating, they are more willing to spend money in Macau, with average spending from MOP1,000 to tens of thousands at each trip. Majority of the visitors shop for daily necessities, gold and luxury goods.
DICJ CONSIDERS RESTRICTING GAMING EMPLOYEES TO GAMBLE Tai Chung Pao
Leong Man Ion, deputy director of the Gaming Inspection and Coordination Bureau, says that the authority will actively study the possibility of a restriction on gambling for gaming employees.