Members of the Macau Numismatic Society are all avid collectors of money, though not as legal tender. For them, the value of coins and banknotes lies in their ability to tell a story of the past.
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China and Portugal are cooperating on a large number of transportation related projects, including the fact that Chinese-made trams are about to start ferrying passengers around Porto. Such projects bode well for the countries’ 45th anniversary of bilateral relations, set to take place this year.
Macao’s vision prioritises economic recovery, diversification, national security, infrastructure development and technological advancements.
The Forum had its 20th anniversary in October, when top officials from China and the nine Portuguese-speaking countries got together to reflect on its successes and consider new directions.
The Light Rail Transit is ushering in a new era of transportation for Macao. Within the next few years, people will seamlessly travel between the Macao Peninsula, Taipa, Coloane and Hengqin – without the hassle of finding a carpark, hailing a cab, or packing into crowded buses.
In November, the 70th Macau Grand Prix roared into town with its biggest turn-out yet. Adrenaline pumped for racers and onlookers alike. And amidst the crashes and combustion, 2023’s batch of champions emerged triumphant.
Macao has a new, progressive international school that melds Nordic pedagogy with the innate multiculturalism of Macao. According to Generations’ co-founder, the happier the child, the more he or she will learn.
One half of the pop-rock band Soler, Giulio Acconci is much more than a musician. He showed Macao magazine one of his favourite spots in the city, where he spoke openly about his roots, inspiration and upcoming projects.
Macao’s Portuguese culinary heritage is in safe hands. Poised to expand beyond the St Lazarus District, an ambitious family of eateries reflects on its role in the city’s post-gaming future.
For the past 80-odd years, Chion Chau café has borne witness to the ebbs and flows of Macao. Today, it’s run by a father-and-son team who are moving with the times while remembering the past.