Macao has been home to many people who were once – or still are – considered famous. We delve into the history of nine of the most notable inhabitants.
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Whether still here to visit or lost completely to time, the forts of Macao are the strongholds of many stories. These vital defences once protected the city and its people over more than 400 years.
Unprecedented economic growth. Increasing numbers of tourists. A new-look city with a more affluent population. Macao has transformed over the past 20 years. We look back at what’s changed in the SAR since its birth on 20 December, 1999.
Macao is home to more than 30 museums – but only a handful are so far off the beaten track, they deserve attention. We’ve curated a list of eight which offer unique glimpses into the past.
Learn more about the once forgotten Western Xia region of China through its culture, art, architecture and history.
To coincide with the launch of a new biography written by his grandson, we look at the life and times of Pedro José Lobo.
Celebrating its 135th birthday, the Macao Post & Telecommunications has been connecting the city with the world.
Built on historical roots from Macao, the Portuguese community in Hong Kong may have been small over the past 175 years – but it has nevertheless remained vibrant.
Macao had a pivotal role in the spread of Western printing technology in the 18th and 19th centuries. We take a look at why.
This year marks the 450th anniversary of the founding of Santa Casa da Misericórdia, the city’s oldest institute that offers social services to members of Macao’s society.