Successful four-month renovation of one of Macao’s most aesthetically pleasing attractions showcases life of well-to-do residents in the 1920s.
Mandarin’s House, Dom Pedro V Theatre and Navy Yard head up Cultural Affairs Bureau plans; aim to encourage more buskers and overseas film crews.
Basic services maintained but cultural venues closed; public urged to stick to urgent matters only.
Submission period for short video competition extended; no word yet whether hush! (one of summer cultural calendar’s highlights) will be rescheduled.
Revitalisation of 10 Mong-Ha Villas in Avenida do Coronel Mesquita also taking shape, says Cultural Affairs Bureau president Leong Wai Man.
Government plans to invest MOP 42 million to transform ramshackle area into cultural event space.
Restoration project aims to give buildings their original look, and introduce visitors to what was once one of Macao’s premier industries.
Known as the Big Sister of Hong Kong entertainment, legendary diva will perform top hits including Love and Passion and Brave Chinese.
Porcelain painting and making almond cookies among other activities scheduled for China Cultural and Natural Heritage Day Carnival.
Performers unable to travel to Macao from mainland China; tickets still available for Vaster Far than the Ocean and The Story of Kong Yiji.
Xiao Ke, Electra and I Am a Moon axed as performers cannot travel to Macao.
Twenty museums due to join festivities with special programmes including parent-child workshops and drawing contests.
Electricians will also carry out maintenance to Village of Our Lady of Ka Ho for two days this week, though outdoor spaces will remain open.
Government agrees to public request to save tree and shrine as hotel is demolished to make way for a new Central Library.
Exhibition will showcase city’s history and fading memories through sculpture, photography, video documentation and performance art.
Starting at the end of next month, the MOP 24 million celebration of the arts will embrace a local and international programme despite being hampered by the pandemic.
Face-to-face classes suspended for cross-border teachers and students from designated areas of Zhuhai and Zhongshan.
Contemporary dance from Hong Kong, lunar fables, ancient Greek tragedy and Shanghai-style Peking opera head a varied and packed programme.
Conductors Yuan Ding and Hong Yin, young soprano Wei Jiani and local singer Sean Pang Veng Sam will star in programme of Chinese and Western classics.
Stewed pork with tamarind and shrimp paste and fig and winter melon jam just two of the stars in short film showcasing city’s culinary heritage.
Scheme to revamp former civil servants’ quarters due to go ahead this year, but the amount of money on offer remains under wraps.
Historic industrial site in Taipa will eventually be turned into a park with exhibition and workshops, taking the city’s firework industry as its theme.
Starring Chau and Louis Cheung, ‘Madalena’ tells a touching story of what happens when two strangers meet and fall in love.
Multilingual tours aim to showcase the unique history of the fusion of Chinese and Western cultures in Macao over hundreds of years.
Floats, lion dancers and performers make up parade in Northern District; fireworks display will light up the sky tomorrow at 9 pm.