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The new campus took four years of construction, beginning in 2013, at a cost of around MOP600 million (US$74.6 million).
Macao‐based Chun Man Publishing Co Ltd aims to take its comic and anime creations to the next level with a chain of indoor amusement parks.
Club Lusitano, one of Hong Kong’s oldest private clubs with a history of 151 years, has over 500 members, of whom 270 are active.
The abacus has been a tool of calculation widely used in China for nearly 2,000 years, and it is still alive in Macao. The abacus has been used in China for millennia, and although its popularity has declined since the invention of hand‐held electronic calculators in the 1970s, it remains in widespread use among traders […]
Record‐breaking crowds enjoyed a spectacular Formula 3 race to close the 2017 edition of the Macau Grand Prix.
In November 2017, Macao began restoration of the seven bronze statues that grace the facade of its most famous landmark: the Ruins of St. Paul’s, the last vestiges of a 17th‐ ‐century church.
Hunting Season (Temporada de Caza), a 2017 Argentinean drama directed by Natalia Garagiola, took the top prize at the 2nd International Film Festival & Awards Macao (IFFAM) held in December.
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.