Competition gives participating students an opportunity to develop English writing skills and express their opinions on international issues linked to the UN’s 17 Sustainable Development Goals.
Macao’s hearing impaired community is well-supported these days, but there’s still work to be done – especially for the city’s hearing-impaired youth, for whom the mask mandate has taken a real toll.
With a rapidly ageing population and dementia cases increasing year after year, the city must find new ways to support individuals and their struggling families.
‘Would you like to know the date of your death?’ Toastmasters encourages members to take a stance, defend it, and become good leaders in the process. This global public speaking club is thriving in Macao, though locals took two decades to realise its potential.
After 2.5 years of Covid-19, Macao is one of few places still requiring hotel quarantine on arrival. For many, it can be a distressing experience. We spoke with three people who describe their time in hotel quarantine as inhumane, turbulent and intransparent.
As a global city, we need to revitalise economies, restore the environment and become more resilient. We can start by supporting local businesses.