Back in 2007, Macao’s Brazilian jiu-jitsu enthusiasts were learning from videos posted online. Since then, the community has become a force to be reckoned with – now boasting several black belts.
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New interactive displays, walk-through replicas and Madame Tussauds wax figures mean the museum has come roaring out of the pandemic better than ever.
Natural beauty is everywhere in Macao, you just have to know where to look. That’s why we asked Eric Leong, co-founder of Associação de Juventude San Ngai de Macau hiking club, for his insider tips.
Macao’s beloved Grand Prix is almost back its old self, with foreign drivers and motorbikes returning after a two-year hiatus.
For four decades, Master Lei Man Iam has championed the Chen school of tai chi, which he himself introduced to Macao in the late 1980s. Today, it’s one of the most enduring martial arts in the city – bringing strength and serenity to people of all ages.
The Macau Archery Association has been around for close to 30 years. Now with about 250 registered athletes, the association is targeting growth like never before.
Muay Thai might be a fringe sport in Macao today, but its future could be brighter, as fighters, coaches and advocates seek to grow the sport among a new generation of young men and women.
Chess in Macao was on its last legs until the Covid-19 pandemic renewed interest in the sport, particularly among local youth. Now, the Macau Chess Federation sees hope for the game’s future in the city.
Hot on the heels of the World Table Tennis Macao 2021 tournament in January, we take a look at how the popular sport found its rhythm in the city.
Kendo, a Japanese martial art, has a small but loyal band of followers in Macao, dedicated to mental as well as physical self-improvement.