Wong has now been teaching at the University of Macau for 20 years, during which he has studied in his spare time and obtained a doctorate in industrial and systems engineering in the Hong Kong Polytechnic University.
Leandro began giving classes at the University of Saint Joseph in 2012 and held a number of positions, including programme coordinator of the Centre for Social and Legal Studies. He was then invited to head the Institute for Research on Portuguese-speaking countries at the City University of Macau.
The director of the Portuguese Institute of the Orient (IPOR), Joaquim Coelho Ramos, looks forward to pleasant times in Macao. Indeed, he has felt good from the moment he set foot in the region, which is usually a good omen, he says.
After graduating Cambridge university, Maggie Hoi moved back home to Macao to start her career at the the Institute of Chinese Medical Sciences. She continues her quest to apply the Dan-Shen and Chuanxiong herbs towards a treatment for Alzheimer’s disease.
In an interview at Moon Chun Memorial College, which has been under his directorship since 2013, the professor discusses the challenges and triumphs throughout his journey as a musician and educato
Agnes Lam is Assistant Dean of the Faculty of Social Sciences at the University of Macau. She is also a writer and a journalism scholar.
Marjory Vendramini is President of the Cradle of Hope Association. A vivacious woman who laughs just as easily and readily as she cries, she possesses an enormous heart with room for so many children in need.
Lei Heong Iok is the first Chinese President of Macao Polytechnic Institute, a post he has held since 1999. Lei speaks Mandarin, Portuguese and English.
Born 2 May 1971, in Gwalior, in the state of Madhya Pradesh in central India, Nair’s had a passion for education from an early age. His philosophy that education provides children with the means to be pro-active inspired him to move to Macao in 2001.
Fanny Vong Chuk Kwan has been President of the Macao Institute for Tourism Studies (IFTM) since 2001.
Shu Guang Zhang served as the former Rector of the City University of Macau and is currently the Vice-Rector at the University of Saint Joseph. He is fluent in both English and Chinese.