How did someone who never wanted to try bungy jumping get talked into doing it, how did she become an addict, and why was jumping from the world's tallest bungy platform in Macau something she wanted to do when visiting Hong Kong?
The Dragon Boat Festival is celebrated on th 5th day of the 5th month on the Lunar Calendar throughout Greater China. It is especially popular in Hong Kong, Macau, Taiwan, and other places with large Chinese populations such as Malaysia and Singapore.
A Chinese-Canadian forensic accountant, who happens to be a lesbian, learns that her half-brother is threatened with financial ruin and her family faces disgrace. Can her legal advice and martial arts skills save the day?
A solemn Procession of the Passion of Our Lord will slowly wind its ways through the streets of Macau on 13 and 14 February 2016, which is the first day of Lent. The Catholic tradition dates back to the 16th Century..
Halloween has become increasingly popular in Asia. Where to celebrate Halloween in Hong Kong and 10 other Asian cities.
he Macau Grand Prix is held each year during the 3rd weekend of November along the Guia Circuit. Both car and motorcycle races are held. A total of 231 drivers from 31 countries, including 59 local drivers, will compete in the 62nd Annual Macau Grand Prix. It will be held from 19 to 22 November 2015.
The Sheraton Macao Hotel, Cotai Central, is located in the heart of the Cotai Strip. As the world's largest hotel, it offers something for everyone. A part of the massive Cotai Central complex, the hotel has 2 casinos, direct access to the Shoppes at Cotai Central shopping mall, several food and beverage outlets, and excellent recreational facilities.
A former resident of Taipa Village reminisces about the cold water flat with a squat toilet she called home for 3 and 1/2 years in the early 1990s, giving her a window on a world that is fast disappearing as the settlement gentrifies.
Formerly known as the Westin Resort Macau, the Grand Coloane Resort is tucked away in one of the quietest sections of Macau. This is a place to get away from it all. Best of all - there is NO CASINO!!!
Cotai houses Macau's largest number of integrated resorts. It was built on reclaimed land between Taipa and Coloane so that more hotels, shopping malls, convention centres, and casinos could be built.