With a new bridge linking Macao and Taipa set to open in 2024 – the fourth constructed in just 50 years – the city’s development is beginning to take new shape.
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Two former shipyard workers are on a mission to preserve and promote Macao’s shipbuilding heritage, albeit on a smaller scale.
More than 50 days into Macao’s largest Covid outbreak yet, we look back on some of the most important dates during this pandemic.
Upgrades to make Macao’s public transport system, including new LRT lines and a sea-crossing cable car, aim to transform the way this city commutes by the end of the decade.
Local art group YiiMa head to the 59th Venice Biennale with their compelling “Allegory of Dreams”, an exhibition that sheds light on Macao’s past and explores what it means to be a human. Here are the highlights of the exhibition in Venice.
A new generation of entrepreneurs is breathing life into Macao’s historic merchant’s street, fusing past and future together like nowhere else in the city.
Historian Ivo Carneiro de Sousa recalls the Dutch East India Company’s attempts to conquer Macao and control trade routes in Southeast Asia, how the battle took place and how the event was recalled by the Dutch, the Jesuits and the Dominican Friars.
Macanese dishes have long been a staple around many Macanese family dinner tables. And now, it’s easier than ever to find these treasured dishes at restaurants, too.
What everyone in Macao should know about the water they consume each day: where it comes from, how it’s treated and what innovations are coming down the pipeline.
Tea connoisseur Lo Heng Kong has devoted over two decades to studying and sharing the art of tea. Last year, he distilled his insights into a definitive guide to local tea culture, My Notes on Tea: The Past and Present of Tea in Macao (《澳門‧茶‧前世今生─我的茶事手記》).