Macao’s historic buildings are justly celebrated, as are its dazzling integrated resorts, but in the shadow of both, you’ll find intriguing examples of the 20th century’s finest architectural hour.
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Last year, the Macao Institute for Tourism Studies cracked the top 10 in global tourism school rankings and soared to number one in Asia. Here’s how the forward-looking school prepares students for the future, while respecting the past.
Plenty of doctors were born and raised in Macao, yet each one was educated outside of the city. That won’t be the case for much longer. Macau University of Science and Technology’s first class of aspiring doctors are more than halfway through their training.
A delegation of local journalists were invited to visit Guangzhou, Shaoguan, Dongguan, and Shenzhen – Macao’s partners in the Greater Bay Area.
To meet its goal of becoming a smart city, Macao needs somewhere to store and process massive quantities of data. Why is this and what implications does this have on the public and environment?
Canadian Chamber of Commerce (CanCham) President Howard Stribbell, PhD, talks about opportunities awaiting Canada and Macao in their growing relationship in the Greater Bay Area.
With strong foundations in pharmaceuticals, Macao is set to boost its medical sector – part of the government’s plan for economic diversification.
Macao’s historic connections with Portuguese-speaking countries are being leveraged by the financial services sector as it seeks to expand their reach in the Greater Bay Area.
Chief Executive Ho Iat Seng expresses optimism for a smoother year ahead, with tourism and the Guangdong-Macao Intensive Cooperation Zone at the heart of Macao’s bounce back.
The Macao government’s mega residential complex in Hengqin is edging closer to completion. All of its apartments are reserved for Macao residents, perfect for those eyeing opportunities in the Greater Bay Area.