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Kendo, a Japanese martial art, has a small but loyal band of followers in Macao, dedicated to mental as well as physical self-improvement.
Macao Chief Executive Ho Iat Seng confidently outlines the city’s social and economic strategy for recovery and prosperity in 2022.
Macao is investing substantial amounts in modernising its infrastructure, both for the local needs of the city’s residents as well as to lay the foundations for its further integration into the wider Greater Bay Area development.
Following the five-year plan laid out in 2016, Macao is well on its way to creating a ‘smart’ city with technology serving the growth of a more efficient and productive city.
Besides their environmental benefits, Macao’s trees are linked to the region’s culture and historical memories. A specialist team protects them for generations to come.
Five simple 100-year-old houses in Taipa tell a hugely important part of the Macao story. The daily way of life of previous generations is kept alive to enrich the knowledge of locals and visitors alike.
A range of Macao’s artistic talent is now on show at the newly opened Grand Lisboa Palace, which highlights the city’s East-meets-West character in a truly creative manner.
Three young Macao entrepreneurs confronted the challenge of the pandemic to take their craft-beer brewing company in new directions by combining local tastes with a global vision.
Fashion designer Steven Tai has made his mark on the world stage, but his creativity owes a great deal to his family’s made-in-Macao background.
Ana Menezes Cordeiro is the first Portuguese woman to be charged with a diplomatic mission in China and she is raising historic links to a new level.