Chagall’s whimsical imagery at our fingertips in Macao

20 July 2018

The Macao Museum of Art (MAM) is showing an exhibition that transports visitors thousands of kilometres away to the southern coast of France, inviting them to experience the sharp light, deep sea blue, and rich colours of the Mediterranean through the work of a celebrated artist.

Chinese credit supports Angolan State financing needs

16 July 2018

Credit granted by Chinese banks will support the financing needs of the Angolan State Budget for this year, which should signal a multi-level policy shift for the country, according to the International Monetary Fund.

From small beginnings come great things – The Bats put Macao Rugby on the map

13 July 2018

If you’re a sports fan in Macao, chances are you tune in to football and basketball games for your weekly sports fix. The little-known sport of rugby is more associated with prep schools and elite colleges, and the smaller-scale sports fields in Macao bear little resemblance to the sprawling manicured lawns of the English boarding school where the sport was born.

Air transport in Mozambique has new competition rules

9 July 2018

The civil aviation sector in Mozambique, which is in the process of liberalisation, as of the end of August will have new competition rules, under legislation recently approved by the government.