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Works by Lam Un Mei and Ye Jiehao - Grand Prize Winners Artists of Jury Award in Collective Exhibition of Macao Artist (Catalogue of Lam Un mei, Catalogue of Ye Jiehao)

MOP 200.00

To encourage local artists to continuously explore and advance along the journey of artistic creation, the Cultural Affairs Bureau is specially hosting an exhibition of works by Ms. Lam Un Mei and Mr. Ye Jiehao, who won the Grand Prize of Jury Award in the Collective Exhibition of Macao Visual Arts in 2018 and the Collective Exhibition of Macao Artists in 2019 respectively, presenting more works of the two artists to the general public. This exhibition features 38 prints and seal carvings by the two artists, including their award-winning works and new creations since 2016.

城市印記 - 澳門檔案館館藏地圖精選

MOP 70.00

《城市印記 - 澳門檔案館館藏地圖精選》書中收錄的設計圖、規劃圖、供水管圖、水文圖和地圖,具體地展示了1880年代至1980年代一百年間澳門城市的現代化歷程。

今生瀚墨昨生緣 - 凌稜訪談錄

MOP 90.00

李豔芳,生於澳門,長於澳門,曾任小學教師、報社記者、副刊編輯,積極從事文學創作,至今已逾半世紀。上世紀六十年代,她曾以“李心言”為筆名,在香港文藝雜誌發表作品,後與人合辦油印文藝雜誌《紅豆》,寫有小說、新詩和大量散文,反映澳門不同時代的人與事,著有散文集《有情天地》、《北窗內外》、《愛在紅塵》,以及散文合集《七星篇》等。作為 “澳門文藝拓荒者的中年一代”(李成俊語),凌稜致力於透過文學書寫澳門,留下了小城人文歷史的重要見證,也為推動中葡文化的傳播與交流作出貢獻。有見其在文學、媒體等領域的多年貢獻,以及個人成長跨越不同時代的獨特經歷,將有關口述訪談資料整合編輯並出版《今生瀚墨昨生緣——凌稜訪談錄》口述歷史叢書,與研究者、市民大眾,尤其是青少年及文學愛好者,分享有關的口述歷史成果,亦有利於日後進一步研究利用。

Review of Culture, Chinese edition, no. 110 (RCC)

MOP 150.00

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Review of Culture, International edition, no. 64 (RCI)

MOP 150.00

This issuepresents nine contributions originated in the first Lisbon-Macao Philosophy Symposium that took place at the University of Lisbon in 2019. This conference was intended to foster Luso-Chinese exchange in the area of philosophy, dedicated to the theme “Philosophical Encounters between the Lusophone-and the Chinese-speaking World as a Bridge between East and West”.

澳門文學期刊述要與目錄匯編

MOP 170.00

澳門文學期刊整理對于保存澳門文化記憶至關重要,它是清理文學歷史、抵抗遺忘刻不容緩的任務,又是充實“澳門學"史料基礎、完善學科框架的基本環節。本期刊述要與目錄匯編涉及近百年來澳門編輯出版的十數種主要文學期刊,藉以辭條注解方式介紹各刊物運作情況,詳列期刊目錄,對從事澳門文學研究、瞭解澳門文學歷史概況的讀者具有莫大之參考價值。

Stately Demeanour: Costumes of Qing Emperors and Empresses from the Collection of the Palace Museum

MOP 900.00

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)

MOP 150.00

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.