Everyone in Macao has made valiant efforts to unite against the pandemic, giving the city an advantage in fighting Covid-19.
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In honour of World Blood Donor Day this June, we spoke to three members of Macao’s blood donor community to learn why they keep choosing to donate, again and again. Blood is an essential part of our existence, and one that perhaps too many of us take for granted. For many, however, blood isn’t something to […]
Here’s a note from Gonçalo César de Sá, Macao Magazine’s Editor‑in‑Chief, for the May issue.
Opened just last month, the new waterfront promenade is already a hit with locals. Learn more about what went into the planning and design of this exciting new facility.
Let’s meet the twins just born in March, with introductions made by the Municipal Affairs Bureau.
Here’s a note from Gonçalo César de Sá, Macao Magazine’s Editor‑in‑Chief, for the March issue.
Traditional Chinese Medicine has been practiced for more than 2,000 years but now Macao is ramping up its own TCM industry as a way to diversify its economy. We look at the city’s ever-growing relationship with this ancient holistic approach to health. TCM and the city As Macao focuses on the Traditional Chinese Medicine industry […]
Every single COVID-19 vaccine is a ray of light. Macao’s vaccination programme is gathering speed, edging the city closer to the light at the end of the coronavirus tunnel.
Macao is seeking to diversify its economy and it’s looking at the Traditional Chinese Medicine industry to achieve that goal. We investigate the city’s ever-growing relationship with this ancient holistic approach to health.
Traditional Chinese Medicine can sometimes be a controversial subject and that’s no less true in Macao, especially for young people who have tried both Western and TCM products. We hit the city’s streets and find out their opinions…