With 14 February just around the corner, you’re running out of time to pick out a gift for your better half. We’ve rounded up a few of Macao’s top flower shops to help you find fresh, fragrant blooms this Valentine’s Day.
There’s a reason why red envelopes have become ubiquitous during the Lunar New Year. Whether you’re giving lai see or receiving them, here’s the significance behind these little red packets.
What’s the difference between Cupid, Bumble or Tinder? Increase your chances of finding love with one of the top dating apps in Macao.
To keep cabin fever at bay this winter, we’ve rounded up Macao’s best family-friendly activities. From giant pandas to go-carting, hiking, bowling, game arcades and avant-garde art installations, these experiences will entertain the whole family.
Macao has been home to many people who were once – or still are – considered famous. Here are former residents of the city we consider have a claim to eternal fame.
For more than 450 years, Macao has attracted exceptional painters from all over the world – and cultivated many local talents, too. We’ve perused museums and easels to shortlist six of the most famous artists.
Most people are familiar with tangible heritage – a city’s physical history, such as its archaeological sites, historical monuments, ancient
Macao-born artist Peggy Chan says it’s time we all took stock of our relationship with nature and embraced public art
As the Covid-19 pandemic rocks the art world, multidisciplinary artist Peggy Chan reflects on her childhood in Macao, our coexistence with nature, and the importance of public art projects.