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The Secretary for Social Affairs and Culture Alexis Tam met with the mayor of Porto and "friend of Macau" Rui Moreira, with the mayor admitting that he wanted to "deepen relations" between the twin cities
A Thai political party will obey a command from the king blocking the candidacy of a princess for prime minister, it said in a statement Saturday, in a dramatic reversal only a day after putting her forward for the position.
European Capital of Culture status has shone a spotlight on Italy's oldest city, whose previous claims to fame were as a cinematic "New Jerusalem" but also its "shameful" slums
Men from a Serbian medieval knights organisation dived into Belgrade's chilly Sava river to retrieve a wooden cross on Thursday, in a shivery religious rite held on the eve of Epiphany.
Three years since a CCAC report revealed several land swap irregularities involving the Iec Long Firecracker Factory, the Land, Public Works and Transport Bureau announced that it has initiated works for clearing and recovering the land, with the Cultural Affairs Bureau to initiate proceedings to turn the factory into an area for cultural and creative industries
The Cultural Industries Fund announced that MOP77 million had been granted last year for 48 cultural projects, and announces two new schemes for 2019 involving film, television and publishing
Russian President Vladimir Putin said on Saturday the Kremlin should play a leading role in Russian rap music and in youth culture, rather than trying to shut it down.
From 8th to 14th December, the Third International Film Festival & Awards • Macao (IFFAM) takes place in our city for the third consecutive year.
Senegal has opened one of Africa's largest art collections, one of a series of new museums on the continent that could eventually receive thousands of artefacts from European museums that were looted during the colonial era.
Italy's striking Leaning Tower of Pisa is leaning less after years of ambitious engineering work. Fortunately for the millions of tourists who come here every year, the 57-metre (186-feet) tower remains beautifully askance.
Two centuries ago experts predicted that Icelandic would be a dead language by now. But the doomsayers can eat their words: Icelandic is alive and kicking despite an onslaught of English brought on by modern technology. Schools are taking special measures to make sure the language lives on.
After rolling pyramid-shaped dice, Iraqi Kurdish artisan Hoshmand Muwafaq shifted his pebble around an ornate board, his handmade recreation of one of the Middle East's oldest and most popular games.
European countries must overhaul "outdated" laws that let rapists off the hook and perpetuate a culture of victim-blaming, rights groups said on Saturday.