The Macau Literature Museum will open next to the Tapseek Square Historical Archive in the third quarter of this year.
Culture Director Leon Wyman announced the decision after the plenary session of the Cultural Development Advisory Board, chaired by the Secretary of Culture and Culture.
The conference has established three working groups for the research and development of arts and cultural resources. According to Leon, a pilot project for the architectural and historic revitalization of the 10 Monhavillas in Avenida do Coronermesquita, initially financially supported by the government, was also considered.
“We want three of these villas to have an artistic and cultural element. The remaining seven can include commercial elements such as restaurants, cafes and shops,” Leong said. Mr. says.
“The important thing is to maintain the value of the architecture. We will start open bidding at the end of the year.”
Leong acknowledged the financial challenges facing the cultural sector due to the Covid-19 pandemic, but said it was up to Macao’s cultural companies to come up with new ideas to overcome the crisis and ensure survival. Said. It relies on financial support from the government. “
Later this year, Leon will be a cultural festival between China and Portuguese-speaking African countries (PALOP) – Angola, Cabo Verde, Guinea Bisau, Equator Guinea, Mozambique, Sao Tome Principe – Music Festival, Hash Concert and Mooncake and China National Day. The activity is on the agenda, TDM reported.