Business projects involving China and Portuguese-speaking countries have been receiving official Chinese funding, but the deepening of this cooperation in the “era” of the New Silk Road requires innovative financial mechanisms, the president of the Fund for Cooperation and Development between China and the Portuguese-speaking Countries said in Lisbon.
Mangroves serve as roots of the sea, they protect our shorelines and are a nursery ground for our biodiversity.
Western media often connect the term “future” to the word China, to such a degree that there is an urgent need to ask people who work in China today if, from the standpoint of age-old Chinese philosophy, they see time as “a notion of processes and revelations whose opportunity and duration are not consistent with categorisation in a common and comprehensive concept.”
The new campus took four years of construction, beginning in 2013, at a cost of around MOP600 million (US$74.6 million).
In 1894, a group of Macao businessmen opened a silk reeling factory, setting a new milestone for their community. With more than 800 men and women employed there, the factory was the largest industrial plant owned by Chinese in Macao.
In November 2017, Macao began restoration of the seven bronze statues that grace the facade of its most famous landmark: the Ruins of St. Paul’s, the last vestiges of a 17th-century church.
Club Lusitano, one of Hong Kong’s oldest private clubs with a history of 151 years, has over 500 members, of whom 270 are active.
The licensing process of Banco Sino-Atlântico (BSA), in Cabo Verde (Cape Verde), by Macau businessman David Chow is underway at the Bank of Cabo Verde (BCV), the banking sector regulator, which has already received all the documentation related to it, the Africa Monitor Intelligence newsletter reported.
With an area of about 30 square kilometres and a population density of more than 21,000 inhabitants per square kilometre, it is hard to imagine that Macao still retains any significant biodiversity.
Macao is home to an impressive number of old and valuable trees, which have defied the odds to survive in this urban jungle.
The abacus has been a tool of calculation widely used in China for nearly 2,000 years, and it is still alive in Macao.
The Jesuit’s profound knowledge of Japan, where he spent 33 years of his life, earned him the nickname Tçuzu, or the Interpreter
Macao played a major role in the transformation of the sauce producer into a global business empire.
Over the years, cricket has had its ups and downs developing in Macao. The Macau Cricket Association, formed nearly a decade ago, is back with activities and has a new plan to put cricket back on the city’s sport map.
The first tourism industry master plan was published by theMacao Government Tourism Office in 2017, the first of its kind since 1999
Enhanced connectivity between the three cities is an important step in developing the Greater Bay Area of Guangdong
When Lei Pui Lam went to school, his parents had to scrimp and save to pay fees for him and his three brothers and sisters. When he graduated from secondary school, Macao had no universities, and with the Cultural Revolution shuttering schools in the mainland and no money to go overseas, Lei went straight into teaching.
The Chinese strategy of the New Silk Road projects Macau as an “information and knowledge platform” for Portuguese-speaking countries, said Portuguese researcher Fernanda Ilhéu.
It is little known that the rise of tea in Europe began with Macao with the 16th century Portuguese priests
Near the Ruins of St. Paul, an elegant, colonial-era house has been transformed to offer Macao a new experience at the cinema – a wealth of local and foreign films not available in traditional commercial venues.