Exhibition displays over 400 years of culture at the Macao Magazine
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As the number of institutions in Macao has rapidly increased, so has the quality of educational services as the universities respond to the demands of a fiercely competitive environment.
Archaeologists have unearthed pottery in Shiwan dating back over 5,000 years, as well as pieces produced under the Tang (618–626 AD) and Song (960–1279 AD) dynasties, most for daily household use.
Many plans are in store for Zhongshan as the development of high‑tech enterprises grows with foreign investment
An exhibition to celebrate Marc Chagall’s masterpieces
Artifacts recovered from the sunken ship are on display at the Macao Museum
The complex history is behind what is today the famous Cotai Strip in Macao
The Guangdong‑Hong Kong‑Macao Greater Bay Area Initiative is an advanced version of the Pearl River Delta strategy first brought up in the 13th Five‑Year‑Plan (2016–2020) of China.
This year, in honour of the 200th anniversary of the birth of Karl Marx, the Macao Arts Festival presented a song‑and‑dance version of his greatest work, Das Kapital, performed by the Shanghai Dramatic Arts Centre (SDAC).
Academia Jao Tsung‑I, opened in August 2015 and houses 400 paintings and 75 artworks.