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.
Revitalisation of 10 Mong-Ha Villas in Avenida do Coronel Mesquita also taking shape, says Cultural Affairs Bureau president Leong Wai Man.
Residents lambast government’s poor response; Cultural Affairs Bureau says repairs to damaged section of wall will start once area is stable.
Government plans to invest MOP 42 million to transform ramshackle area into cultural event space.
Government agrees to public request to save tree and shrine as hotel is demolished to make way for a new Central Library.
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.
Scheme to revamp former civil servants’ quarters due to go ahead this year, but the amount of money on offer remains under wraps.
Multilingual tours aim to showcase the unique history of the fusion of Chinese and Western cultures in Macao over hundreds of years.
Trophy projects like Iec Long Firework factory to be completed this year; education officials to tighten up supervision of funds granted to schools.
Former Deputy Director replaces Mok Ian Ian, who was suddenly transferred to Macao Science Center last week.