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In December, some 1,350 performers dressed in colourful costumes and with big smiles on their faces livened up the city through a medley of dance, music and stunts in the Macao International Parade.
The incense, matches and firecrackers industries dominated the post-WWII economy of Macao until they were driven away by land shortages and high labour costs.
In the short book ‘The Soul of Macao: A Study of Chinese Businessmen and Society in the Late Qing Dynasty’, Lin Guangzhi provides an insight into a group of businessmen who modernised Macao in the Qing dynasty.
Enhanced connectivity between the three cities is an important step in developing the Greater Bay Area of Guangdong
The Macao Government Tourism Office expects 40 million visitors in 2025, an increase of 29% over the figure last year.
A total of 45 forums, seminars, conferences and other activities were held to promote business, trade networking, and collaboration across borders
Chief Executive announces a visit by Pan-Pearl River Delta officials to the Portuguese-speaking countries in 2018
Macao played a major role in the transformation of the sauce producer into a global business empire
Leung Yan-ming – a hero of the anti-Japanese movement who dedicated 33 years of his life to local education
MUST Library collects 3,000 historical maps from around the world