Marcus Im Sio Kei is the new president of the Macao Polytechnic Institute. Six months after succeeding Lei Heong Iok, Im has a clear goal: to solve all “communication problems” between China and the Portuguese-speaking countries.
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With TCM becoming more recognised worldwide as a medicine and not simply as a health supplement, GMTCM tells Macao Magazine how they are further promoting it worldwide.
The 7th MITE, held 26–28 April, turned its focus toward boosting a two-way tourism platform, aiming to attract visitors to Macao while also providing opportunities for other countries and regions to promote their products and services.
Entering its 25th year of operation, Air Macau is drawing on past experience to shape its future long-term development in an increasingly competitive market.
Partnering with Dao Pureland, an e-sports company based in Qingdao, Macau Oasis aims to transform local parks into innovative destinations that draw the community outdoors for fun and healthy activities.
Grand opening of the Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macao Bridge
Top Macao laboratories blend technology with tradition the University of Macao aims abroad
From hobby to thriving business miniature car models
Wu Zhiwei’s decision to invest in Portugal by purchasing Quinta da Marmeleira in 2016 looks to be a very safe bet. This year, the first wine from its vineyards will be placed on the market and will soon be available to Macao consumers.
The Greater Bay Area is one of the 19 planned city clusters. Of these, the GBA, the Yangtze River Economic Belt in the east and the Beijing‐Tianjin‐Hebei area in the north, are undergoing the most developments.