Macao-born Aquino da Silva is an artist, a craftsman, and a successful entrepreneur.
The 22nd Macao City Fringe Festival will be held in January 2024 and organisers are inviting proposals for shows and exhibitions that will “break the barriers”.
Drawing from Biblical inspirations, the show of several dozen ceramic pieces is a surprising contrast to the artist’s vivid, better known work in paint.
Didn’t make it to Venice last year? Don’t worry. You can enjoy Macao’s ethereal entry, ‘closer to the original idea’, at its new temporary home in the Tap Seac Gallery.
The city’s Muslims are fasting in anticipation of Eid-al-Fitr, one of Islam’s two biggest holidays. But lack of local understanding makes Ramadan hard for some.
The topic of Macao has generated a vast corpus of literature, but don’t be daunted. Start, instead, with any one of these scintillating texts.
Lam Ieong Kun of Indego Design has made a name for himself by creating compelling visuals for big names like Nike and Mandarin Oriental, and traditional noodle houses, too.
Jesus is the reason for the season, but there are plenty of non-religious ways to celebrate Easter here, too.