The MOP 235 million Guia Hill Pedestrian Tunnel is a boon for commuters, but an attraction in its own right – and a space where people gather to socialise.
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Award-winning author Joe Tang spins the true story of Lin Zexu’s 1839 trip to Portuguese-administered Macao into a thrilling assassination plot. In doing so, he encourages readers to reconsider the city’s role in the First Opium War.
The Macao government’s mega residential complex in Hengqin is edging closer to completion. All of its apartments are reserved for Macao residents, perfect for those eyeing opportunities in the Greater Bay Area.
If visitors can’t come to Macao in person, they can still experience the city’s major museum exhibitions and cultural heritage sites – thanks to virtual reality.
Since 1997, the Macao Youth Symphony Orchestra has helped to raise the bar for aspiring classical musicians in the city.
Docomomo Macau’s new Walking Guide celebrates the city’s modernist architecture and conveys an urgent message: preserve these treasures, lest our collective memory be lost.
Two former shipyard workers are on a mission to preserve and promote Macao’s shipbuilding heritage, albeit on a smaller scale.
Lam Iok Hoi grew up seeing vendors selling dough sculptures on Macao’s streets. Now, the 73-year-old ex-chef has made it his mission to keep the disappearing folk art alive.
Macanese dishes have long been a staple around many Macanese family dinner tables. And now, it’s easier than ever to find these treasured dishes at restaurants, too.
A few years ago, colourful artist and businesswoman Jovinia António turned hurtful remarks into the driving force behind Stardust Journey. Now she is making an impression across Macao with her budding textile business, selling bold-patterned products based on personal stories and leading workshops that teach others her unique marbling technique.