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The annual 2020 Macao Food Festival is back on again this year, albeit with a few Covid-19 precautions. Head over to Sai Van Lake Square on or before 29 November to eat your way through Macao’s best bites.
The acquisition of one of Portugal’s biggest agricultural companies by Macao firm CESL Asia in 2019 may yet be seen as a defining moment in the economic relationship between China, Portugal and our SAR.
As a single mother in Macao, Ruby Lou explains how love, trust, patience and encouragement helped her autistic son reach his full potential.
Macao is home to more than 30 museums. Here are the most unique off-the-beaten-track offerings that give visitors something a little different.
When the UK government called for 750,000 fresh volunteers to join its fight against the coronavirus, Dr Jessica Mok put other people’s lives before her own and answered the call. She gives us a glimpse on what life is like on the frontline.
A new resident was born in Macao on Valentine’s Day – a baby golden snub-nosed monkey who will soon be one of the cutest attractions on show at Seac Pai Van Park.
We look behind the curtains of the Macao Young Entrepreneur Incubation Centre and find out why this start-up haven has quickly become a success story.
Whether still here to visit or lost completely to time, the forts of Macau are the strongholds of many stories. These vital defences once protected the city and its people over more than 400 years.
Meet five young people who are dedicating their lives to helping vulnerable people in Macao. This is a chance to thank all the young people in the city who are tirelessly trying to create a better society for everyone.
The restored Tak Seng On Pawnshop gives visitors a glimpse of what life was like at the start of the last century. It also serves as a reminder of how important pawn businesses once were for Macao’s economic growth. Local merchant Kou Ho Ning established the shop in 1917, only a few years after the … Continue reading "Heritage Exhibition of a Traditional Pawnshop Business"
Opened in July 2015, this museum sits in the Carpenters Guildhall, which was built in 1840 and quickly became one of Macao’s earliest professional association bases. Restored in 2013 and 2014, it now pays homage to China’s historical master artisan Lu Ban, who is credited with inventing such major tools as the saw and the … Continue reading "Exhibition Room of Master Lu Ban’s Woodcraft Works"
If you’re into old sound machines, you might want to check this two-storey private emporium out. You’ve just got to book ahead for a viewing. Tai Peng Electronics and Appliances founder Henry Chan took more than 20 years to create this collection of vintage sound pieces from all over the world. In total, there are … Continue reading "Sound of the Century"
Philosopher, physician, politician and the man credited as the ‘father of the Chinese republic’, Dr Sun Yat-sen, once used this medical base some time before 1892. Acquired by the government in 2011, its antiquated features and furniture were restored and preserved to look the way they would have done in the 1890s, while modern amenities … Continue reading "Former Chong Sai Pharmacy"
Behind Macao’s famous Ruins of St Paul’s is another attraction that may not be as iconic or grand but is certainly well worth a visit. The Na Tcha Exhibition Room is fairly small and in the shadow of the great ruins during certain hours of the day but don’t let that put you off visiting. … Continue reading "The Na Tcha Exhibition Room"
St Joseph’s Seminary and Church is a beautiful classic Baroque-style building that was constructed in 1758 and has become quite a rare find in Asia. While a piece of bone from a popular Catholic missionary’s arm that’s displayed inside the church gathers flocks of religious tourists from across the globe, a gem lies just outside … Continue reading "Treasure of Sacred Art of St Joseph’s Seminary"