Macao has housed a permanent teamLab exhibition since 2019, at integrated resort The Venetian Macao. It’s called SuperNature Macao.
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Long-time residents reflect on the government’s bid to import 1,000 qualified professionals in an effort to boost key sectors, recalling the days when Macao had the opposite issue – a talent surplus.
The Amagao Gallery hopes to broaden the local art market, with a special focus on works by artists from Portuguese-speaking countries and regions, including Macao.
Macao’s Catholics honour Jesus’s suffering with a tradition dating back centuries.
To mark China’s biggest annual celebration, the Macao Museum of Art (MAM) has teamed up with the Palace Museum to exhibit “Auspicious Beginning: Spring Festival Traditions in the Forbidden City”. The Forbidden City, following its completion in 1420, served as the imperial palace for the Ming and Qing dynasties. For this exhibition, however, MAM and […]
There’s plenty of cause for optimism, says Ho Iat Seng. From the loosening of Covid-19 controls, to Macao’s economic diversification.
Natural beauty is everywhere in Macao, you just have to know where to look. That’s why we asked Eric Leong, co-founder of Associação de Juventude San Ngai de Macau hiking club, for his insider tips.
Featuring over 30 photographs captured in Macao and the surrounding region, the Accidentally Wes Anderson x Macao Art Exhibition is an ode to Wes Anderson’s whimsical universe.
Chief Executive Ho Iat Seng expresses optimism for a smoother year ahead, with tourism and the Guangdong-Macao Intensive Cooperation Zone at the heart of Macao’s bounce back.
Macao’s first Local Conference of Youth was a wake up call for many, and offered bold solutions to “protect our only home and future.”