Macau authorities have promised to transform the territory into a Sino-Lusophone "theme park" between October 28 and November 18 with an investment of nearly 1 million euros, linked to a series of festivals.
The 4th Encounter in Macau - Festival of Arts and Culture between China and Portuguese-speaking Countries, which will include traditional music and dance performances, a film festival, and an exhibition of illustrated books, will coincide with the Lusophone Festival, which attracts thousands of people each year, including many from Portuguese-speaking communities.
The total investment is estimated at seven million patacas (891 thousand euros).
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