Vinnci Lou didn’t plan on becoming a user experience designer, but her open mind and adventurous, can-do attitude has taken her from a would-be career in Macao’s architecture industry to a thriving career in Europe and Silicon Valley.
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The Fuhong Society of Macau supports people with intellectual disabilities and those recovering from mental illness through vocational training and employment opportunities.
From finding solutions for microplastic pollution to building eco-campuses, local universities are playing a leading role in Macao’s sustainability movement.
China National Games bronze medallist Kuok Kin Hang talks about life in Macao, a flourishing martial arts scene and his next big moves.
Macao Magazine’s latest story focusing on extraordinary young people in the city highlights a sextet of ‘heroes’ who always put others before themselves.
First there were 15 and now there are 70: explore Macao’s new items of intangible heritage with us, from dragon’s beard candy to Portuguese folk dancing.
We asked residents about their experiences during the COVID-19 epidemic in Macao.
Soulful Macao couple Eva Lam and Sin Wong have moved from the SAR to Dali, an ancient city in Yunnan province. They’re taking their self-penned tunes to the Mainland masses.
As Macao is catching up with the global environmental movement, we talk to six young eco-warriors who are fighting for a greener future in the SAR.
Macao has just become home to its first two zero-waste stores that could pave the way for an eco-friendly movement in the city. We talk to the green-minded shopkeepers who hope they’re starting a trend.