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    Cultural Affairs Bureau hosts activities in cultural facilities celebrating the Lunar New Year of the Ox

    10/02/2021

    To celebrate the Chinese New Year with residents and tourists, a number of venues under the auspices of the Cultural Affairs Bureau (IC, from the Portuguese acronym) will remain open during the Spring Festival, and appropriate arrangements will be made to ensure the anti-epidemic guidelines are strictly adhered. Amid the spring blossoming and the festive atmosphere, IC invites the public to enjoy the beauty of culture together and wish the world peace and prosperity in the Lunar New Year of the Ox.

    Foc Tac Temple located at Rua do Teatro temporarily closed for renovation

    21/01/2021

    The Foc Tac Temple (Rua do Teatro), under the auspices of the Cultural Affairs Bureau (IC), will be temporarily closed from 16 January (Saturday) until early February, due to interior renovation works, inspection of electrical equipment and installation of a fire safety system. For enquiries, please contact IC through 2836 6866 during office hours.

    Former Chong Sai Pharmacy will be temporarily closed for inspection and renovation

    05/01/2021

    The former Chong Sai Pharmacy, under the auspices of the Cultural Affairs Bureau (IC), will be temporarily closed on 6 January (Wednesday) due to inspection and renovation works. The reopening date will be announced in due course. For enquiries, please contact IC through tel. no. 8394 1214 during office hours.

    Cultural Affairs Bureaus carries out minor renovation works at the Zheng Guanying Memorial Museum

    04/12/2020

    In order to maintain important cultural and historical facilities in Macao in good condition, renovation works will be carried out at the Zheng Guanying Memorial Museum under the auspices of the Cultural Affairs Bureau (IC), starting from 8 December. The renovation will be mainly focused on the repair of the glass wall and exterior wall of the building, which are expected to be completed in late December. The Zheng Guanying Memorial Museum will be open to the public as usual during the renovation not affecting the visiting route of the public.

    Alteration of the closing hours of the Mandarin’s House on 7 November

    03/11/2020

    Due to the staging of the performance “An Encounter with Zheng Guanying”, integrated in the Pioneer Project of the Cultural Promotion Ambassador Programme, organized by the Cultural Affairs Bureau, to be held on 7 November at the Mandarin’s House, the House will close at 4:30pm on that day.

    Cultural Affairs Bureau conducts regular weeding and inspection of the bronze statues of the façade of the Ruins of St. Paul’s

    23/10/2020

    The Cultural Affairs Bureau (IC, from the Portuguese acronym) will conduct regular weeding and perform an inspection of the bronze statues of the Ruins of St. Paul’s from 6am to 6pm on 27 October 2020 (Tuesday). In order to ensure public safety, the forecourt and the monument’s site (including the Museum of Sacred Art and Crypt) will be closed to the public. During the aforementioned period, barricades will be temporarily placed in front of the Ruins of St. Paul’s, separating the intervention area from the public, with access restrictions that should be taken into account by residents and tourists who visit the area.

    Cultural Affairs Bureau carries out maintenance and improvement works at the Na Tcha Exhibition Room, the Patane Night Watch House and the Kun Iam Temple in Coloane

    30/09/2020

    The Cultural Affairs Bureau (IC, from the Portuguese acronym), will carry out maintenance and improvement works at the Na Tcha Exhibition Room, the Patane Night Watch House and the Kun Iam Temple in Coloane, beginning in October.

    Mount Fortress Garden and General Ye Ting’s House reopen to the public on Saturday

    21/08/2020

    Due to the influence of typhoon Higos, fallen trees and broken tree branches were found in the Mount Fortress Garden and in the garden of General Ye Ting’s House, under the auspices of the Cultural Affairs Bureau. After a thorough inspection and cleaning, the abovementioned cultural facilities will reopen to the public from Saturday (22 August). For enquiries, please contact IC through tel. no. 2835 7911 during office hours.

    Cultural Affairs Bureau launches the program “International Call for Macanese Cuisine Recipes”

    18/08/2020

    In 2017, Macao was designated as a UNESCO Creative City of Gastronomy. Macanese cuisine stands out for its uniqueness and for its respective culinary skills, and is part of the city’s invaluable int錨點angible cultural heritage, also playing an active role in Macao's sustainable development. In order to preserve and promote Macanese cuisine, the Cultural Affairs Bureau has launched the program “International Call for Macanese Cuisine Recipes” today, which aims to enrich the “Macanese Cuisine Database” that is being established by the SAR Government for the future, and to help facilitate further studies and consolidate records about culinary arts.

    Cultural Affairs Bureau carries out façade renovation works at the Taipa Houses which remains open to the public

    17/08/2020

    To better protect Macao's heritage and museum facilities, the Cultural Affairs Bureau (IC) will carry out renovation works of the façades of the Taipa Houses from 19 August (Wednesday). Please kindly note that the Taipa Houses visiting schedule will not be affected by the abovementioned works and it will remain open to the public during the renovation.

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