Mums are the types of people who’ll tell you motherhood is its own reward. But we’ve found three who admit it’s a tough gig. And they’ve got ideas for what Macao’s mothers could use more than anything else.
With a tiny area, crowded Macao simply can’t afford to devote too much land to cemetery use, but getting people to accept alternatives to burial is running into cultural obstacles.
If Macao aims to become one of the smartest cities in Asia, it’s going to need somewhere to store and process massive quantities of data. That’s where data centres come in – along with a host of environmental and ethical hurdles.
Some 60 percent of Macao’s women are able to go out to work, many because they have back up from a silent army of foreign female domestic helpers – a community we are spotlighting on International Women’s Day.
How much do you know about the lives of food delivery people in the city? Learn more about their work during the pandemic and how these anonymous heroes supported the Macao community.
Videos downloaded in a blink. Immersive online worlds without the lag time. Lightning-fast data transfers and ever-smarter robots. Now that 5G is available in Macao, we answer frequently asked questions about this new technology.