Anthony Sousa Tam is one of the top chefs in Shanghai – but his roots are forever planted in his homeland of Macao. Meet one of our city’s most talented and best-known culinary representatives in mainland China.
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People, teams and organisations in Macao who have worked immensely hard and shown incredible courage during the COVID-19 pandemic are given special awards by the Chief Executive and his government.
One of the most important people in Macao’s recent history, Stanley Ho, died this year. We look back at his colourful, inspirational and financially successful life.
When the UK needed medical professionals to join the frontline in the battle against COVID-19, Dr Jessica Mok was one of the first to volunteer. Meet a real-life hero from Macao.
Tania de Sales Marques has always been fascinated with space – and now the scientist from Macao has carved out a career at one of the most famous places for astronomy in the world.
A Hengqin company on the border of Macao is working quickly on a test kit that would detect COVID-19 in just 30 minutes. The race is on.
Also on the theme of bravery in the face of the virus, we interview Macao Economic Bureau director Tai Kin Ip, The Women’s General Association of Macau president Lam Un Mui, Macau European Chamber of Commerce president Carlos Simões and secretary-general of Caritas Macau Paul Pun Chi-meng.
Lam Un Mui, president of The Women’s General Association of Macau, answers questions on how her team has supported the people and the government since the outbreak.
President of the Macau European Chamber of Commerce and expert on the Greater Bay Area Carlos Simões talks about how important the GBA and its tourists are to the city in the wake of the virus outbreak.
Paul Pun Chi-meng, secretary-general of Caritas Macau, discusses the importance of helping the government and continuing vital charity work over the past few weeks.