Lai Kei started as a street stall in 1933. Ever since, it has grown into an institution on Avenida do Conselheiro Ferreira de Almeida. Ambert Kong, the third generation owner of the beloved ice cream shop, discusses Lai Kei’s legacy and his hopes for its future.
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Muay Thai might be a fringe sport in Macao today, but its future could be brighter, as fighters, coaches and advocates seek to grow the sport among a new generation of young men and women.
Spanning across four nights with two showings lasting 15 minutes per set, the drone gala was put on by a technology company based in Shenzhen, the same city which was designated a UNESCO City of Design in 2008. With eight shows in total, 880 drones took to the skies of Macao delighting thousands of spectators […]
The talented young designer has won awards and attracted clients at home and overseas, but he has his sights set on something bigger: providing new opportunities for Macao creators.
Kendo, a Japanese martial art, has a small but loyal band of followers in Macao, dedicated to mental as well as physical self-improvement.
Fashion designer Steven Tai has made his mark on the world stage, but his creativity owes a great deal to his family’s made-in-Macao background.
Keng Si Wong’s grandparents created an incense business in the 1940s. Nearly 80 years later, along with his partner, the family’s Veng Lei legacy brand is burning bright.
Meet six talented young designers from Macao who are using their skills to try and make a difference in the city.
Interior design isn’t just a career for Jessica Ma, a Macao girl who now lives and works in New York. It’s a heartfelt passion.
We tour Macao’s new-look Grand Prix Museum after it reopens following an expensive refurbishment.