Stately Demeanour: Costumes of Qing Emperors and Empresses from the Collection of the Palace Museum
The clothing culture of the Qing emperors and empresses embodies the Chinese nation’s ritual and etiquette system, religious beliefs, traditions and customs developed over thousands of years. The hardcover catalogue Stately Demeanour: Costumes of Qing Emperors and Empresses from the Collection of the Palace Museum contains images of all items showcased in the exhibition. The catalogue presents a total of 87 pieces (sets) of artefacts in five sections: official costumes, festive costumes, regular costumes, travel and military costumes, and leisure costumes.
Review of Culture, International edition, no. 63 (RCI)
This edition portrays the artistic variety of Macao, its internationalization and trends, featuring the urban histories of Macao and Hong Kong, and the presence of Confucius in the Portuguese culture, among other topics.
Rebirth in the Spring Breeze: Art Exhibition of He Duoling
He Duoling is one of the best oil painting artists in China in the contemporary era. The Rebirth in the Spring Breeze: Art Exhibition of He Duoling showcases 48 pieces/sets of sketches and oil paintings which cover various periods of He's artistic pursuit, including his new works in 2019. From these exhibits, visitors will catch a glimpse of his artistic development and feel his vigorous and endless creativity.
Catalogue of “Xian Xinghai Memorial Museum”
Xian Xinghai was a great “people’s musician” in modern Chinese history, whose belongings are mostly collected in the Chinese National Academy of Arts. In celebration of the 20th anniversary of Macao’s Handover to China, the Xian Xinghai Memorial Museum borrowed some of the belongings for exhibition in Macao. This array of exhibits is now illustrated in this book in Chinese, Portuguese and English, including his certificates, diaries, letters, manuscripts, violins and clothes, through which the public is expected to better understand his life and artistic achievements.
Memory of the Past - Exhibition of the Macao Museum Postcards Collection
The ‘Memory of the Past – Exhibition of the Macao Museum Postcards Collection’ organized by the Macao Museum displays more than 180 selected postcards and associated items from the museum’s collection. The exhibition seeks to represent the glory of Macao dating back to the period between the late 19th century and 1980s, allowing visitors to revisit the old Macao and witness the change of the times. From bustling ports to tranquil alleys, the exhibits manifest Macao’s social and cultural characteristics featuring the co-existence of different ethnics and cultures through a variety of forms such as historical paintings and photographs.
《樂善好施 - 高可寧與德成按》一書為暨南大學文學院中國文化史籍研究所副教授趙利峰所著。全書以史實為據、以通俗為文，深入淺出地介紹了晚清民國時期澳門典當業的發展歷程。
Pirates in the Wather of Macao (1854 - 1935)
PIRATES IN THE WATERS OF MACAO (1854-1935) intends to be more than an exhibition of documents on a theme that has always captured the interest of a wide audience.
The word “pirate” conjures up a whole imagination of adventures, romances, cruelties and barbarities. It is a set of social representations cultivated fundamentally by literature and the film industry. However, as we move away from imagination and choose to do a deeper study, we quickly realize that we are facing a particularly complex subject.
For this reason, PIRATES IN THE WATERS OF MACAO (1854-1935) is a project that aims, on one hand, to encourage interest in the study and investigation of this subject as a multidimensional historic issue involving geopolitical, diplomatic, economic and social aspects, and on the other hand, to make known a particularly rich collection of documentation preserved in the Archives of Macao (AM).
There are 6 topics organized to constitute Part I of this catalogue and some documents from the exhibition are presented here to serve further research on the subject.
Part II of this catalogue presents records in AM which are identified to be directly related to the issue of piracy in Macao and its neighbouring waters and territories, from which documents featured in the exhibition are selected.