For the past 80-odd years, Chion Chau café has borne witness to the ebbs and flows of Macao. Today, it’s run by a father-and-son team who are moving with the times while remembering the past.
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The English artist spent more than 25 years documenting early 19th-century Macao through paintings and sketches. Architecturally, much of what he depicted pre-dated him by centuries – and still endures to this day.
Through workshops, books and the Macau Penman, a company specialising in traditional writing tools, Macao-born Aquino da Silva hopes to lead a renaissance for Western calligraphy.
Back in 2007, Macao’s Brazilian jiu-jitsu enthusiasts were learning from videos posted online. Since then, the community has become a force to be reckoned with – now boasting several black belts.
Fang Lijun’s bold, dream-like artwork has amassed fans across four decades. An ambitious exhibition attempts to capture the artist’s formidable oeuvre.
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?
The SARs’ chief executives met twice in March, describing their territories as China’s bridge to the world.
Cheong Kei Noodles is a second generation noodle business that’s adapting with the times – and paying tribute to its past.
Meet the people behind the city’s growing vintage clothing scene, centred in the city’s charming St Lazarus District.
Macao’s creatives are positioning the city as a hub for collectable, high-value toys – for adults.