The past two decades have seen a massive increase in trade between China and Portuguese-speaking countries – facilitated in no small part by Forum Macao. What is its role and relevance in the post-Covid world?
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Macao’s historic connections with Portuguese-speaking countries are being leveraged by the financial services sector as it seeks to expand their reach in the Greater Bay Area.
Premier Li Keqiang urged stronger cooperation between China and the Portuguese-speaking nations, with Macao playing a critical role as a connecting platform.
The new secretary-general of Forum Macao, Ji Xianzheng, outlines his vision for the future of relations between China and the Portuguese-speaking countries.
The Portuguese capital is staking a claim as a global innovation hub, encouraging digital entrepreneurs to set up in the city, and with the advantage of the centuries-long Portuguese-Macao relationship offering exciting new prospects.
Forum Macao has utilised the city’s bi-cultural legacy to cement relationships between China and Portuguese-speaking countries, achieving spectacular success.
Ho Iat Seng vows to make an all-out effort to advance the region’s Greater Bay Area project during a trip to mainland China last month.
We take a class with Portuguese-speaking students who chose Macao as their preferred place of learning.
Can the beautiful Bijagós archipelago, off the coast of Guinea-Bissau, balance the effects of its burgeoning ecotourism industry with its need to protect its rare fauna, flora and culture?
Interview with Mozambican ambassador in China Maria Gustava on Macao’s importance