Brought from Portugal to Macao, azulejo tiles can be traced to Ancient Mesopotamia. But the city has added its own imprint to this disappearing craft.
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Macao has long been enormously proud of its one-of-a-kind cuisine, Patuá theatre and folk religion and now it has been given an extra boost by official nationwide recognition.
Macao’s 2021 Venice Biennale of Architecture exhibitors envision a future of integration, connection and coexistence with the Greater Bay Area.
We meet the creative talents behind the Public Security Police Force’s engaging cartoons, calendars and comics.
Not many businesses can survive 119 years, four generations and a pandemic. But Pastaria Fong Kei in Taipa Village has stood the test of time.
We peek inside a Mong-Ha Villa to explore a fascinating museum dedicated to the life and work of Macao-born composer Xian Xinghai.
Expect a new building with an impressive façade that integrates event spaces, reading areas and digital zones when it opens in 2025.
Meet six talented young designers from Macao who are using their skills to try and make a difference in the city.
Interior design isn’t just a career for Jessica Ma, a Macao girl who now lives and works in New York. It’s a heartfelt passion.
Musicians and enthusiasts in the city have battled on in the hope there’ll one day be a thriving jazz scene to make all the cool cats proud.