The recent IIM edition “Greater Bay Area - Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao - The Challenge of the Century for Macao” was launched yesterday at the Macau Military Club. The presentations were made by José Luís Sales Marques, Fernanda Ilhéu, Francisco Leandro and the coordination of the session by Jorge Rangel. The 11 integrated cities in the Greater Bay Area were discussed at a time when Macau faces a huge challenge in this century. The book is a reflection of this important challenge by experts in this area, with independent views of the authors, including the official MSAR Plan in this context, over the coming years.

 

It was also presented the latest annual magazine published by the IIM “ORIENTE OCIDENTE”.

 

The session was an IIM initiative, supported by the Macao Military Club and sponsored by the Macau Foundation.

 

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An event was held on October 22, in the International Institute of Macau´s (IIM) auditorium, aimed for a group of students from the City University of Macau. The objective was focused on studies of the Greater Bay Area and Macao's role in this context. The presentations were made by Fernanda Ilhéu, academic and President of New Silk Road Friends Association and also Francisco Leandro, professor at the City University of Macau, with the coordination of the event by Jorge Rangel, president of the IIM.

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The International Institute of Macau (IIM) will promote a “Book Fair”, offering many discount titles in Portuguese, Chinese and English, which were published over the years, with the support of the Macau Foundation. Among the works on display are publications on Macanese history, memory and identity, gastronomy, photo albums and various editions of Macao's role as a platform for cultural and economic exchange between China and the Portuguese-speaking countries.

This Fair will take place at the Taipa Library in Taipa Central Park, on a weekend, on September 21st and 22nd, and will be repeated on the ground floor of the Ritz Building in the Senado Square, between 13 and 19 October.

The opening hours of the Fair are between 10:00am and 7:00pm.

An initiative from the IIM, with the institutional support of the Cultural Affairs Bureau and the Macau Government Tourist Office.

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 The book "The Macau Portuguese - Courage, Endurance and Adaptation" (Chinese edition) by António M. Jorge da Silva, was launched yesterday (26.09.2019) at the University of Macau (UM). A collaboration of UM – Centre for Macau Studies with the International Institute of Macau (IIM) and Hong Kong publisher Chung Hwa, the book is a translation of the first English edition of IIM´s “Macaenses - The Portuguese in China.” Among the main guests, the presence include Agnes Lam, director of UM's Centre for Macau Studies, Lai Yiu Keung, Deputy Editor-in-Chief of Chung Hwa, Hon Tze-Ki, Professor at the City University of Hong Kong, Davis Ip, translator and collaborator at the UM, Rufino Ramos, IIM Secretary-General, and with the presentation of the book by the author.

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Macaense Cuisine - Origins and Evolution by António M. Jorge da Silva was recognized and awarded with a Certificate of the World Gourmet Cookbook (Gourmand) during the 2019 Macao International Book Fair at the Venetian Macao, on July 4, 2019.

During the ceremony, with various international awards, the President of the Macao Cultural Affairs Bureau presented the certificate to the representative of the International Institute of Macao, and with the presence of the well known International Chef Chakall.

The book is an English-language publication of the International Institute of Macao, with the support of the Macao Foundation.

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