The Cultural Affairs Bureau has allocated funds to essential work at the Portuguese consul-general’s residence and two other heritage sites.
An offshoot of Beijing’s Palace Museum is planned for the SAR and will focus on the creation and retail of merchandise inspired by the museum’s artefacts.
The museum has unveiled wax figures of global racing icons and stars of the Guia circuit, created by Madame Tussauds.
Macao Polytechnic University historian Ivo Carneiro de Sousa has found evidence that the region was being conceived of as a unified whole as far back as the start of the 18th century.
When it was first unveiled in 1941, the Grande Hotel was Macao’s tallest building. Now, after a 500 million pataca renovation, it hopes to turn heads once again.
For much of the 20th century, many Macao people earned a living making fireworks. We spoke with two people who grew up in the business and hope to preserve this chapter of the city’s heritage.
Although today it stands in ruins, framing photos for visitors from across the world, St Paul’s was one of Asia’s most important religious learning centres, founded by Italian Jesuit Alessandro Valignano.
The 18th US President is best remembered as the general that led the Union to victory over the southern Confederacy in the American Civil War. But Grant’s impact went beyond the US. We take a look back at his peripatetic world tour, including a little-known trip to Macao.