Vincent Cheang is the founder and creator of Macau’s original brand named after the long-gone “Workers’ Sports Ground” of the city.
- 30 December, 2017
- by Macau Lifestyle
Here is our list of five Macau-based Instagrammers you should follow. There is always a hidden gem somewhere in the city waiting to be discovered.
- 4 December, 2017
- by Hannah Estenilo
Ana Aragao steps into the limelight debuting her solo exhibition in Macau with “Imaginary Beings”. All the way from Porto, Portugal, Aragao is an inspiring artist with an architecture background prominently featured in her artworks.
- 30 October, 2017
- by Apple Salangsang
“I think Macau is a place to live in and not just visit. You can feel busy and yet quiet and that’s something exceptional for a place.”
- 25 October, 2017
- by Katya Maia
I think illustration is simple and inclusive. It does not refer to a medium (digital, analog, material), as I mentioned before, and also does not link to any particular context content, although some of the pieces are very close to comic strip style.
- 12 October, 2017
- by Macau Lifestyle
Carlos Sena Caires is assistant professor and coordinator for the Department of Design, Faculty of Creative Industries at the University of St. Joseph and is also an artist with work currently showing at the Barcelona X Macao Art of Illustration Exhibition.
- 7 October, 2017
- by Macau Lifestyle
Showcasing his illustrations portraying the narrative inside the courtroom, television producer for TDM Macau Pedro Lemos creates a visual story that surpasses creativity but stays within the realm of reality.
- 2 October, 2017
- by Sally Victoria Benson
“When I was younger I always thought that the Macau dance scene was small, but when I got to meet more local dancers I realized that there is a big dance scene out there in Macau especially in the underground dance battles they host.”
Macau Lifestyle is partnering up with Shi Fu Miz Festival to give away three lucky readers a spectacular two-day pass to one of the biggest music and art extravaganza in Hong Kong on May 4 and 5, 2019. Each two-day pass is worth a whopping HKD $930!
Macau Lifestyle is presenting one lucky reader the opportunity to win a pair of tickets to Kitaro – Kojiki and the Universe 2019 in Macau on April 27 at the Broadway Theatre.
Easter is almost upon us and a lovely long weekend of resting and feasting awaits. We’ve scoured the city to compile a list of the best restaurants to dine and wine in Macau this Easter weekend.
Excited for this month’s food delights? We sure are! Here’s a selection of where to eat this April in Macau, including seafood, Chinese cuisine and sweets!
Macau is a small but immensely interesting place with plenty of things to see and do. With the many modes of transport available, getting around Macau has never been simpler. Whether you want to explore the many UNESCO World Heritage Sites in the Peninsula or spend the day at a beach in Coloane, we’ve got you covered.
All you sweet tooths out there! We’ve done a round-up of where to find the best Portuguese pastries in Macau! Read on if you are looking for something different and to taste a bit of the West in the East!
Sarah Ho is a locally born and bread jewelry designer that has risen to international acclaim. Find out more about her newest project, The Full Circle Collection, which is challenging, heartwarming and gorgeous all at the same time!
Who doesn’t love a cake every now and then – the perfect sweet treat to perk up your mood, get you through the day or celebrate, At Grand Lapa they have a cake for every occasion. Have a read of the best from their selection – take your pick and treat yourself!
Three Michelin-Starred Italian chefs, one spectacular culinary Six-Hand luncheon event at 8½ Otto e Mezzo BOMBANA Macau at Galaxy Macau!
When in Macau, consider these 5 must-have applications that will make your life or stay easier.
A Portuguese lady living in Macau, Ana Tique shares with you her love for dining Al Fresco by making a list of the best places where you can do so in town!