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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.
The Macao government must work tirelessly on epidemic prevention and control, boost economic recovery and safeguard social stability in Macao, says the nation’s leader.
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.
Vinnci Lou didn’t plan on becoming a user experience designer, but her open mind and adventurous, can-do attitude has taken her from a would-be career in Macao’s architecture industry to a thriving career in Europe and Silicon Valley.
The Fuhong Society of Macau supports people with intellectual disabilities and those recovering from mental illness through vocational training and employment opportunities.
Lai Kei started as a street stall in 1933. Ever since, it has grown into an institution on Avenida do Conselheiro Ferreira de Almeida. Ambert Kong, the third generation owner of the beloved ice cream shop, discusses Lai Kei’s legacy and his hopes for its future.
Lam Iok Hoi grew up seeing vendors selling dough sculptures on Macao’s streets. Now, the 73-year-old ex-chef has made it his mission to keep the disappearing folk art alive.
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.