[召募] 由澳門基金會贊助,澳門數碼攝影學會和濠江中央獅子會協辦、澳門國研所主辦的"澳門遺產"攝影比賽2016現正接受報名!比賽章程和報名表格已經可以到國研所的網站下載啦!記住截稿日期是8月31日

另外為了可以等大家更快知道最新的比賽資訊和消息,我們特別建立了攝影比賽的組群,有興趣的朋友可以加加看。


報名表

比賽章程:


澳門國際研究所為向全澳市民宣傳推廣澳門歷史城市的訊息—澳門物質及非物質文化遺產和澳門的傳統文化,現舉辦「澳門遺產」攝影比賽,以下為是次比賽的規則章程:


2016.04.12

澳門國際研究所昨日下午與澳門文物大使協會(簡稱MHAA )會面。會面由澳門國際研究所主席黎祖智主持並就澳門文物問題討論未來雙方合作的模式。另外還贈送兩部澳門國研所近期出版的刊物「澳門—節日與慶典」和「澳門—城市、地區與建築」予該協會代表。

青年研究者獎2016也開始接受報名了,有識之士千萬別錯過了!報名日期至到九月三十日,今年的評選範疇是應用科學和社會科學。


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"MACAENSES" Book Presentation & Signing
Moments on April 23 at the The Lusitano Club of California

"Macaenses", written by António M. Jorge da Silva, it was published by the International Institute of Macau (IIM)





BOOK REVIEWS:

In a vivid account that covers from the 1400s to the 1990s, Antonio M. Jorge da Silva reveals the rich history of the descendants of the Portuguese of Macau. The evolution of them as a people – including their experiences in many parts of China, their resilience in a three-tier society, their loyalty to a country they had never seen, and their attempts to seek an identity they thought they had – offers a fresh perspective on the history of the Portuguese in East Asia. For those who are interested in the endless possibility of “global local fusion”, they should read Jorge da Silva’s book.

Tse-ki Hon, PhD

Professor of History

State University of New York of Geneseo

This is a fascinating study of a tiny European colony on the coast of China and its Portuguese descendants, known as Macaenses. Setting the history of Macau into the broader picture of Portuguese colonialism, the author depicts in great deal the transforming relationships between the Macaenses, Chinese and British in the region over the centuries since the appearance of the Portuguese in the mid-sixteenth century. It is an extensively researched and well-written work and will appeal to anyone interested in the historical relationship between China and the outside world.

Don Warren, PhD

Historian, Department of Oral History

University of California, Berkeley


This fine work of Antonio M. Pacheco Jorge da Silva, an architect doubling as a historian, author of three fundamental pictorial histories about the Portuguese communities in Shanghai and Hong Kong has crested in his new book. In it he describes in details the evolution of the Macaense people and the longstanding debate in their identity. This is mandatory reading even for those who think they really know the facts on the Macaenses. It would be a pity if an edition in the Portuguese language does not follow this.

Jorge Forjaz

Genealogist and Member of the Portuguese Academy of History

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