Premier Li Keqiang urged stronger cooperation between China and the Portuguese-speaking nations, with Macao playing a critical role as a connecting platform.
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The Macao government is supporting the unemployed by launching new initiatives such as a website with information on vacancies and job-application procedures.
Ink has been an important medium in Chinese culture for over two millennia. In ancient times, emperors, monks, scholars and artists mastered the marriage of precision, concentration and balance that calligraphy and ink painting demanded. Early forms evolved from scripting stately forecasts on tortoise shells and the shoulder blades of oxen to, in the latter […]
The measures put in place by the Macao government since early 2020 – when the pandemic broke out – have resulted in very few Covid-19 cases and no deaths.
Macao must safeguard national sovereignty, security and development interests, say city leaders and central government representative.
What everyone in Macao should know about the water they consume each day: where it comes from, how it’s treated and what innovations are coming down the pipeline.
The new secretary-general of Forum Macao, Ji Xianzheng, outlines his vision for the future of relations between China and the Portuguese-speaking countries.
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.
Macao’s businesses and professionals capitalise on new opportunities as cooperation improves across the Greater Bay Area.
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