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Fang Lijun’s bold, dream-like artwork has amassed fans across four decades. An ambitious exhibition attempts to capture the artist’s formidable oeuvre.
Shun Man Cheung, or ‘Jacky’ as friends and family know him, grew up watching Hollywood movies. Now, he gets to make them as a cinematographer in Los Angeles and Asia.
To meet its goal of becoming a smart city, Macao needs somewhere to store and process massive quantities of data. Why is this and what implications does this have on the public and environment?
Canadian Chamber of Commerce (CanCham) President Howard Stribbell, PhD, talks about opportunities awaiting Canada and Macao in their growing relationship in the Greater Bay Area.
It once held the Guinness World Record for having the highest 3D resolution. While this record has since been beaten, the planetarium keeps coming up with innovative ways to get kids and adults excited over outer space.
The SARs’ chief executives met twice in March, describing their territories as China’s bridge to the world.
With strong foundations in pharmaceuticals, Macao is set to boost its medical sector – part of the government’s plan for economic diversification.
Macao’s historic connections with Portuguese-speaking countries are being leveraged by the financial services sector as it seeks to expand their reach in the Greater Bay Area.
British Chamber of Commerce Chairman and construction expert Keith Buckley has made an impact on many places around the world over the past 50-plus years. But his influence on the local community might be greater in Macao than anywhere else.
Macao has more temples per square kilometre than any other city in Greater China, some dating back to the 13th century. What role do they play in the territory today and how are they being preserved by the government?