Q&A | Joel Brandão, Filmmaker: ‘I am a passionate about cinema and about documentaries’

Joel Brandão, 23, is a young Portuguese filmmaker whose current project is attempting to document the relationship between Macau’s different communities. His work is part

Q&A | Graham Elliot, Chef: ‘If I had to choose one thing to eat, it would just be sushi’

Chef Graham Elliot, the award winning Michelin starred chef and television personality from American cooking show Top Chef, visited Macau last week where he met

Q&A | Janice Wong, Chef: ‘The Janice Wong brand is something very unique’

Janice Wong is a native Singaporean who was voted Asia’s Best Pastry Chef in 2013 and 2014 at the prestigious San Pellegrino Asia Top 50, as well as

Q&A | Charles Leong, Junior race-driver, student: ‘My dream is to win in the Formula One’

Macau’s junior race-driver Charles Leong was recently in the spotlight after he clocked the record-breaking time of 1:33:989 in the Asian Formula Renault Series (AFR)

Q&A | Marcel Khalife Oud player, singer: ‘Music is not meant solely for your friends’

Regarded as one of the most prolific Arabic musicians and an icon of humanitarian activism, Lebanese oud master Marcel Khalife will perform tomorrow night at

Q&A | Mitsuharu Tsumura, Chef: ‘We want to do something Peruvian Japanese’

Combining traditional Peruvian cuisine with Japanese techniques, Chef Tsumura will open the first authentic Nikkei restaurant, Aji, at MGM Cotai in Macau. Aji, meaning “chili pepper” in Peru and

Roger Waters, Musician: ‘I am fundamentally opposed to people being subjugated’

Roger Waters isn’t sure how much longer he will tour, or if his current one will be his last. But there’s one thing the former

Q&A | Monica Duffy Toft, Tufts University: How does IS claim responsibility for an attack?

News outlets have reported that the Islamic State claimed responsibility for a terrorist attack on a London Bridge June 3. But how do they know? And how reliable are

Q&A | Rodrigo de Matos, Cartoonist: ‘I think that the press here is relatively free’

An exhibition showcasing a decade of work by Portuguese cartoonist Rodrigo de Matos was inaugurated on Monday night at the Portuguese Consulate-General in Macau.

Q&A | Alexandre Farto, aka Vhils Artist: ‘That’s what I was trying to dig and find: the essence of Macau’

Portuguese artist Alexandre Farto, aka Vhils, is back in Macau to showcase some 40 artworks at the Navy Yard No. 1 - Contemporary Art Center. Titled “Debris

Q&A | Chao Peng, Ivo Carneiro de Sousa, City University of Macau: ‘Our goal is to create a new service that can benefit the Macau platform’

The City University of Macau (CityU) has recently launched two graduate courses, a Master (MA) and a Doctorate degree (PhD), which aim to provide additional knowledge and decisive research

Q&A | José Peres de Sousa, Ears, Nose, Throat specialist: Wellness may be the future of health-related tourism in Macau

Around six months after leaving Malo Clinic where he was clinical director, José Peres de Sousa started a practice in the FBC building. Interviewed

Q&A | Adrian Grant, Theater producer: Thriller Live keeps performance fresh for returning audiences

Thriller Live, the theatrical concert that commemorates one of the world’s greatest entertainers, Michael Jackson, is back in Macau to entertain spectators with the legendary performer’s

Q&A – Luís Barreto Xavier, Gonçalo Matias: Católica Global School of Law ‘We have programs tailored to attract people from all over the world’

Luís Barreto Xavier and Gonçalo Matias – Católica Global School of Law’s director and deputy director, respectively – are in Macau to establish contacts and partnerships

Human Resources | 10 MGM IT engineers sent to Hollywood for training

Julie Zhu In preparation for the opening of MGM Cotai, MGM recently sent a group of 10 local team members from its Digital and Technology department

Interview | Patrice Trovoada: ‘We see Forum Macau as a major bonus’

Patrice Emery Trovoada is already well-known beyond the borders of São Tomé and Príncipe, well into the region of Central Africa. In just a few weeks, his notoriety

Malo to open two dental clinics in Macau with local partner – MOP20m investment

China contributed 20 percent to the gross revenue of the entire Malo Clinic Group in 2016, second only to Portugal (57 percent). The founder and

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

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