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Carmo Correia 2007 / 11 / 28
The cultural heritage of Macau, classified in 2005 by UNESCO, is presently the most important testimony of the harmonious co-existence between the eastern and western cultures over the last five centuries of the city's growth. It constitutes a fundamental mark in the affirmation of the cultural city, as a unique space integrated in the Greater China.
MRI SYMPOSIUM 2007 2007 / 11 / 26
With the economic growth and the revival of Chinese contemporary arts and culture, Chinese literature seems to have regained its traditional dynamic and leading role. It reflects upon what is at stake for the individual person involved in social changes, be they in the cities or in the countryside. Chinese modern writers bear witness to the construction of a new Chinese society and of its identity. Chinese modern literature is at the same time continuously searching for new ways of expression and for its ancient roots and millenary traditions.
Concert of Guzheng Arts - 2007 2007 / 11 / 26
Renjie, a famous young artist of Guzheng arts. She has an excellent command on this instrument and performs with a creative style. This young artist and the Macao Juvenile Group of Guzheng Arts will produce a marvellous concert in which the audience will be enchanted by the magic of Chinese music.
Fringe Forum: Fringe Crities' Seminar 2007 / 11 / 23
Fringe Forum: Fringe Crities' Seminar
Classic ballet 《Romeo & Juliet》 2007 / 11 / 23
The ballet "Romeo & Juliet " has been choreographed by ballet master John Cranko (1932?973) in a new way so as to present it charismatically. Its real & poetic synopsis, together with its clear structure and creative choreography, can bring the ballet to an unique stage performance in the field of ballet dance.
Dance & Master Class 2007 / 11 / 22
Dance & Master Class
Macao Orchestra's Chamber Music Series 2007 / 11 / 22
This Saturday (November 24) at 8pm, the Macao Orchestra, a unit of the Cultural Affairs Bureau of the Macao S.A.R. Government, will present the first of this concert season's Chamber Music Series "European Scenes" at Dom Pedro V Theatre.
The Wonderful Electrotoy Orchestra 2007 / 11 / 21
The Wonderful Electrotoy Orchestra
Fantasia 2007 / 11 / 21
Local Macao drama Fantasia, performed by the Theatre Farmers, introduces a prelude to the heyday of Cantonese opera, and recounts the tale of how for over half a century a renowned actress follows her heart in the pursuit of art. Fantasia was written by local playwright Lawrence Lei and directed by local artist Wong Su Fai. Hong Kong master Leung Hong Wai will serve as a specialist for this performance while experienced local Cantonese opera instructors Tang Yick Sang, Chio Heng Wa and Kuok Soi Keng will cooperate on the work.
Lou Kau's Family History 2007 / 11 / 21
The Cultural Affairs Bureau of the Macao S.A.R. Government will organize an Academic Research Lecture in the Cultural Affairs Bureau Auditorium (Edif獳io do Instituto Cultural, Tap Seac Square, Macao) at 6:30pm on November 23 (Friday). Dr. Lin Guangzhi from the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences will give a lecture on "Lou Kau's Family History".
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