The Eurasian multi-millionaire blazed a trail through the commercial and social life of Macao and Hong Kong leaving a legacy that endures today.
José d’Almeida Carvalho e Silva – doctor, scientist and revolutionary – left Macao under a cloud but left a glorious legacy in Singapore.
Lou Lim Ieoc Garden is one of the city’s most treasured green lungs: but how it came to be, and what became of the family that first built the park, is a tale stranger than fiction.
From chillies to citrus remedies, tea and cannons, Portuguese explorers changed the world as we know it.
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.
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.
The Macao Museum of Art is showcasing beautiful clothes and accessories, once worn by China’s emperors and empresses till 14 March 2021.
In honour of the Macau Military Club’s 150th anniversary in 2020, we look into this venerable institution’s colourful past and discover how it stays relevant in today’s modern city.