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The Guangdong‑Hong Kong‑Macao Greater Bay Area Initiative is an advanced version of the Pearl River Delta strategy first brought up in the 13th Five‑Year‑Plan (2016–2020) of China.
Stronger ties with the private sector, a reinforced attention to new forms of entrepreneurship, and a greater awareness of the expectations projected both by governments and businessmen. These are some of the new roads that the Forum Macao might tread in the future as it seeks to build on its successes.
PHOTOS Alexandre Marques, Cheong Kam Ka, Saint Louis-Studio and courtesy of CRBC On the outside, it’s an unassuming modernist residence in Maputo’s Sommerschield district, near the head offices of United Nations agencies and other major companies. But on the inside an important part of Mozambique’s future is being planned – its infrastructure. For this building […]
Tradition, mutual political trust and complementary economics serve as a foundation of Chinese and Mozambican co-operation.
Learning new environmental techniques and regulations to meet the goal of uniting development and sustainability.
For such a compact city, Macao is home to an impressive collection of 44 parks and gardens, covering almost ten per cent of the land area. These lush, green outdoor spaces humanise the hard‐edge result of urbanisation, and provide a near‐natural environment for people of all ages to enjoy a moment of tranquillity.
ArtFem features 142 artworks by a diverse array of women artists from around the world. The Women Artists – 1st International Biennial of Macao seeks to fill a void in spotlighting women artists and become the biggest of its kind in the world.
This year, in honour of the 200th anniversary of the birth of Karl Marx, the Macao Arts Festival presented a song‑and‑dance version of his greatest work, Das Kapital, performed by the Shanghai Dramatic Arts Centre (SDAC).
Academia Jao Tsung‑I, opened in August 2015 and houses 400 paintings and 75 artworks.
The Currency Museum at the University of Macau showcases currencies of all eras.