Young violinist Hoi Yan Lok moved to Austria a few years ago to learn from Europe’s maestros. He says that classical music is in his blood and he’s proud to represent Macao on the world stage.
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Visitors to the Leal Senado Building took a trip down memory lane this autumn at an antique toy exhibition. View these collectibles – some of which are 100 years old – with us.
We go back to school and learn all about the city’s education system from the Jesuits up until the present day.
We investigate what lies in store for the SAR’s schools, colleges and universities of the future.
Did you know pirates once roamed the high seas around Macao? The organisers of a new piracy exhibition in the city did – and they answer buccaneering questions in this Q&A.
Meet Macao’s street food hawkers, both old and new, as they keep the tradition alive.
With no cases now in the city, Macao has come through the worst of COVID-19 and is ‘getting back to normal’.
Macao Science Center ‘going digital’ and moving lessons online.
Macao’s new Athlete Training and Development Centre is improving the city’s chances of future sporting success. We take a look inside this forward-thinking sports facility.
In our regular section devoted to incredible photography, we give Macao a bird’s eye view. Marvel at the city’s beauty from above, thanks to a drone and a skilled photographer.