The Macao Museum of Art is displaying 82 pieces/sets of art from the Xinjiang-born artist, highlighted by some of his most important works over the past two decades.
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Look at the sky, water or trees and you’ll see that Macao is blessed with some beautiful flying creatures. Bird photographer João Monteiro takes us through his lens, showcasing some of the city’s abundant bird life.
Historian Ivo Carneiro de Sousa recalls the Dutch East India Company’s attempts to conquer Macao and control trade routes in Southeast Asia, how the battle took place and how the event was recalled by the Dutch, the Jesuits and the Dominican Friars.
Macao’s Chinese New Year festivities in the past two years were more restrained and quieter than usual, due to the pandemic and the preventative measures in place. But, this year, the city greeted the Year of the Tiger with a roaring celebration not seen in the city since 2019. Fireworks also lit up the night […]
A delegation of Team China Olympians visited Macao to an enthusiastic welcome from local people and even showed off some of their medal-winning skills.
Double champion and local hero Charles Leong Hon Chio made history in this year’s F4 championship race by successfully defending his title.
China’s pilots showcased aeronautical skills and mainland military technology at one of the world’s major air displays this September.
the elemental strength and beauty of the world’s oceans, while highlighting the urgent need for maritime sustainability.
With 30 art exhibits across 25 locations, this year’s mega art and cultural festival is set to infuse the city with a wide array of exhibitions and installations.
In 1987, Sagres completed the first aerial journey from Lisbon to Macao. Today, the plane is stationed in a park in Coloane.