Q&A | Abraham Kostanian Artistic director: Cabaret show creator says theatre is vital to fledgling entertainment sector

Abraham Kostanian is the artistic director behind La Parisienne Cabaret Français, a variety show at Sands China’s Parisian Macao, which this month entered its third phase

Amanda Liu | Powerlifter and bodybuilder: From books to barbell | The story of a lawyer-weightlifter

Born in mainland China, Amanda Liu came to live in Macau at the age of 10. At 18, she packed her bags and headed to Portugal

Sandi Manhão: Owner of free spirit | ‘On average, a woman applies around 300 chemicals to her body a day ’

The use of essential oils has been expanding, with people now applying them to their skin, inhaling them or infusing teas with them, which many users identify

Q&A | Ambiente Properties: Housing policies encourage Macau investors look abroad

Local real estate agency Ambiente Properties was recently recognized at the UK- based International Property Awards, winning two awards for its property-related services in Macau. Managing director

Debora Lopes de Oliveira | Representative of Macau in Miss Grand International: ‘Macau is a diverse city, it has a cultural side and a glamorous side’

Currently working as a professional dancer and a fashion model, Debora recently graduated from the University of East London, where she studied Urban Dance Practice. She then joined

Film | Kazuo Hara predicts coming of maverick Chinese director

Legendary Japanese filmmaker Kazuo Hara, known for bringing objectionable topics to the silver screen, says that the time is coming when a maverick Chinese

Penny Lam: Filmmaker & Festival Curator | ‘Documentaries trendier with viewers, not so much filmmakers’

The 3rd Macau International Documentary Film Festival will return to the Cinematheque Passion on July 14 for three weeks of celebrated documentaries sourced from around the

Exclusive Interview | Wilfred Wong, ScL President: Renewed properties ‘to cater to new trend of family travelers’

Be it the one-billion dollar transformation of Sands Cotai Central into The Londoner or the revamp of Four Seasons – due to open in 2020

Q&A | Olivier Verschelde Lausanne Hospitality Consulting: ‘Macau is close to being a producer of gastronomy’

Verschelde is a senior consultant at Lausanne Hospitality Consulting, a subsidiary of Ecole hôtelière de Lausanne. The education institution, which is located in Switzerland’s canton of

Q&A | Manuel Machado: Portuguese School of Macau President | ‘The school is growing and has established itself in the MSAR’

The Portuguese School of Macau (EPM) is celebrating its twentieth anniversary with several events this week, including a show at the Cultural Center tomorrow. In

Q& A | Shazia Imran, Artist: ‘Rather than fighting over our differences, we need to celebrate them’

Award-winning artist Shazia Imran is in the city for the first time as she takes part in the “Women Artists – 1st International Biennial of Macau.” Imran is

Q&A – Loren Zitomersky| Known on social media as ‘Backwards Guy’: ‘You use 33 percent more energy running backward than forward’

Loren Zitomersky has gotten used to the jokes: “Hey, you’re running the wrong way!” Slamming straight into trees he didn’t see behind him? Not so much.

Q&A | Victoria Willing – Artist and writer: ‘Men are still in power; all we need is more balance’

Victoria Willing is a well-known London-based actress, voice artist and writer, known for her work in several movies and TV series productions, such as “The

Q&A – Andrew Moody | University of Macau scholar: Macau residents don’t see English as a threat to Cantonese

Last month, Andrew Moody, an associate professor at the University of Macau was appointed by Cambridge University Press as the editor of the English Today

Exclusive interview | Jim Murren: The MGM philosophy: Strong local partners

MGM Resorts International CEO Jim Murren flew into Macau this week to attend the opening of MGM China’s second property. The U.S. casino executive

Q&A – Álvaro Barbosa | Dean of the Faculty of Creative Industries, USJ: ‘In Macau there is a big need for audiovisual production’

The University of Saint Joseph (USJ) will launch a bachelor in Digital Cinema starting from September 2018, to train professionals in cinema production. The focus

Q&A | Manuel correia da Silva, Co-founder of This Is My City: This Is My City festival looks across the border to lively Shenzhen

This Is My City, a local arts festival now in its 11th edition, is reaching across the border for the first time with several shows planned for nearby Shenzhen

Q&A | Mike Goodridge – IFFAM Artistic Director: Macau is like a big movie set

2,” the first of over 40 film screenings, under the guidance of a new artistic director. Mike Goodridge wants IFFAM to “cook up a feast” of world cinema

Q&A | Thomas Lim Filmmaker: ‘Chinese audiences are getting tired of Hollywood placation’

His expectations are high for his latest film, Sea of Mirrors, the story of a fictional, former Japanese actress who travels to Macau on

GT World Cup – Interview | Scuderia Corsa to fight for podium in Macau debut

The US-based team “Scuderia Corsa” was founded in 2013 by Giacomo Mattioli and Art Zafiropoulo. The aim of the team is to strengthen the tradition of long term

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