Hot on the heels of the World Table Tennis Macao 2021 tournament in January, we take a look at how the popular sport found its rhythm in the city.
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While the Grand Lotus – Macao’s highest decoration – was not awarded this year, ten outstanding citizens and a dozen organisations were honoured for their service to society.
Therapist Cristal Chiang helps those affected with a range of physical and mental concerns using the soothing power of music.
Two young Macao women are promoting the United Nations’s Sustainable Development Goals within their own community.
Macao’s first professional Chinese puppetry theatre group create performances based on local stories.
Macao’s Police Dog Group trains dogs for all kinds of specialist security and crime-fighting operations.
Besides their environmental benefits, Macao’s trees are linked to the region’s culture and historical memories. A specialist team protects them for generations to come.
Five simple 100-year-old houses in Taipa tell a hugely important part of the Macao story. The daily way of life of previous generations is kept alive to enrich the knowledge of locals and visitors alike.
Local teahouse Tai Long Fong does more than curate local culinary tradition, it is also renewing interest in the art of Cantonese opera.
The Guangdong–Macao Intensive Cooperation Zone offers a clear pathway to cross-border integration and diversification, with Hengqin Island playing a key role.