Q&A – António de Paula Saraiva | Landscape architect, agronomist: Macau ‘still taking its first steps’ in green roofs

Author and co-author of several books on plants and landscape architecture, António de Paula Saraiva, launched a book with a new perspective about the taller brothers

Q&A | João Palla – Architect: ‘Today there are not so many opportunities for architects in Macau’

Architect João Palla, who has worked extensively in Macau over the past few decades, is showing a series of his works in an exhibition at Casa

Q&A – Philippe Graton | Photographer, author: ‘We can bring Michel Vaillant back to Macau for a new adventure’

French photographer, writer and comic book author Philippe Graton was invited to the Macau Literary Festival 2017 “The Script Road.” He is hosting a photo exhibition

Q&A – Grant Bowie | MGM china’s CEO and executive director: ‘A market that is expanding on new and diverse offerings is what we want to see’

Grant Bowie, chief executive officer and executive director of MGM China, declared that yesterday’s unveiling ceremony marks a milestone for MGM Cotai. In an email interview

St Lawrence’s Church launches souvenir store

A small, discreet center at the back entrance of St Lawrence’s Church has turned into a souvenir store with an aim of promoting Catholicism, making it

Q&A | Grant Bowie CEO, MGM: Event will have ‘activities year-long that celebrate different components of Macau’

Macau Daily Times (MDT) - Why does MGM want to be the title sponsor of the Trail- Hiker? Grant Bowie (GB) - I think this opportunity

Q&A – José Luís Estorninho | APDCGM President: ‘The Guia Circuit will have to be seen as a Cultural Heritage item of Macau’

Six months after its official creation, the Times spoke to the president of the Macau Guia Circuit Promotion and Development Association (APDCGM) to get an update on

Q&A – Rueibin Chen | Pianist: ‘Music is without boundaries’

Rueibin Chen, a Taiwanese pianist, who performed at the 2010 World Expo in China, started his career as a child prodigy and concert pianist at age ten when

Q&A – Helena de Senna Fernandes | MGTO director: Learning ‘along the way’ after festival takeover

A head of the launch of the inaugural edition of the International Film Festival & Awards Macao (IFFAM) on December 8, MGTO chief Helena de Senna Fernandes sat down

Q&A | Jeremy Jauncey – Globetrotting Instagrammer: ‘There’s so much more to Macau than everyone thinks’

The social creative agency, Beautiful Destinations, is currently expanding its market to reach new and significantly larger audiences, in response to trends in tourist behavior. Dubbed the “travel

MDT Interview | Norbert Riezler, LVS: Macau is ‘our center of excellence  for furniture buying globally’

Meet Norbert Riezler, an Austrian-born American, in his 40s, who holds two key positions in Las Vegas Sands’ management and strategy. His double-task is to

Q&A – Pun Weng Kun | President of the organizing committee: Grand Prix preparations went ‘smoothly’

The organizing committee of the 63rd Macau Grand Prix is confident that the event will be a success, citing the team’s immense preparations. President of the Macau Sports

Q&A – Rogério Puga | Academic, Macau studies expert: ‘The journals of American women are richer than the official Portuguese sources’

With extensive work which includes a PhD on Anglo-Portuguese Studies, the academic and Professor from the FCSH, Nova University of Lisbon, Rogério Puga, has gained an

Q&A | Cátia Silva – Entrepreneur: Macau is ‘still no Las Vegas’ when it comes to weddings

Cátia Silva is the owner of local party and wedding planning company “Bad Bad Maria,” which took off about two years ago in the territory.  The company

Q&A | Lawrence Ho Chairman and CEO of Melco Crown: ‘We don’t like building the same thing over and over again’

- How did the Hollywood angle come about with Studio City? Lawrence Ho (LH) - The site where we built Studio City - a long time ago in the ‘90s -

Q&A | Liu Jianhong, UM scholar: ‘There is much to be done to make criminology more useful to Macau’

Professor Liu Jianhong, a criminology scholar at the University of Macau won the Freda Adler Distinguished Scholar Award in August from the American Society of Criminology (ASC), for his “outstanding