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.
What is ‘intangible’ heritage – and how can you experience it in Macao?
We all know about Macao’s ‘tangible’ heritage – physical landmarks like the Ruins of St Paul’s or the A-Ma Temple. But what about its ‘intangible’ heritage? Every year, the city is doing more to protect and promote its old stories, traditions and customs.
Staging a comeback: Macao’s theatre companies say ‘boom time’ might be just around the corner
Life for Macao’s theatre companies can be challenging, especially during a pandemic, but the directors and actors behind these troupes say the show must go on. We caught up with five local organisations working behind the scenes to craft new theatre styles and engage younger audiences.
Creativity and community: Macao’s independent bookstores are changing with the times
Running an independent bookstore in Macao can be challenging to say the least. But some bookshops in Macao have developed new tactics to attract customers and create a sense of community in the age of Kindles, Audible and iPhones.