Tea connoisseur Lo Heng Kong has devoted over two decades to studying and sharing the art of tea. Last year, he distilled his insights into a definitive guide to local tea culture, My Notes on Tea: The Past and Present of Tea in Macao (《澳門‧茶‧前世今生─我的茶事手記》).
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The modern day library is more than just a collection of books. As our reading and media consumption habits have evolved, so too has this humble public facility.
Guangdong Provincial Museum has pioneered the collection and study of the rich Lingnan culture, whose roots are embedded in large areas of south China, including Macao, and is collaborating with similar institutions across the Greater Bay Area.
Macao’s first professional Chinese puppetry theatre group create performances based on local stories.
The Macao Museum of Art showcases 120 pieces of Ming dynasty imperial porcelain to celebrate the history of ceramic art.
A range of Macao’s artistic talent is now on show at the newly opened Grand Lisboa Palace, which highlights the city’s East-meets-West character in a truly creative manner.
Keng Si Wong’s grandparents created an incense business in the 1940s. Nearly 80 years later, along with his partner, the family’s Veng Lei legacy brand is burning bright.
Local teahouse Tai Long Fong does more than curate local culinary tradition, it is also renewing interest in the art of Cantonese opera.
Art historian and painter Ung Vai Meng’s book, Ancestor Portraits in the Ming and Qing Dynasties, is the fruit of two decades of intensive research on the lesser-known genre.
the elemental strength and beauty of the world’s oceans, while highlighting the urgent need for maritime sustainability.