1. Splurge on brunch


Photo: Courtesy of The St Regis Macao

The Manor
For anyone seeking a lavish Sunday brunch experience, looking no further. The Manor, The St. Regis Macao’s signature restaurant, offers a sumptuous range of seafood, from Gillardeau oysters and razor clams to  Alaskan crab legs and Boston lobster; prime meat and gourmet delicacies such as roast whole suckling pig, teppanyaki Angus beef sirloin and seared foie gras; desserts including croquembouche and dulce de leche chocolate cake; along with free-flowing wines, punches and sangrias, juices and soft drinks. Available from 12-3:30pm, this is a perfect way to enjoy a truly decadent Sunday afternoon with family and friends.

The Manor, The St. Regis Macao, Estrada Do Istmo. Cotai,
+853 8113 2777, themanor.macao@stregis.com

2. Explore the gender gap


Leisure by Guan Huinong (early 20th century) (Photo: Courtesy of The Macao Museum of Art)

Representing Women exhibition
A thought-provoking new exhibition that looks at the place of women in the art world from two perspectives: 1) how are women portrayed in art history and 2) how female artists are present (or not) in the museum’s collections. Showcasing 70 female portraits, including works from Chinese and Western traditions, or works that are at the confluence of both, Representing Women through MAM Collection – 19th and 20th Century presents examples of conservative and progressive views, through different chronological periods, from the Macao Museum of Art’s collection.

The Macao Museum of Art, Avenida Xian Xing Hai
+853 8791 9814, mam.gov.mo

3. Be water my friend


Photo: AFP Photo

A Tribute to Bruce Lee JKD
In homage to the legendary Bruce Lee, Ace Hero Films will host a martial arts battle royale on July 8, featuring seven different fighting styles, as well as DJs and live music at Cotai Arena. In addition to the main event, the same venue will host A Global Martial Arts Exhibition on July 8-9, featuring seminars and demonstrations on Bruce Lee’s martial arts system Jeet Kune Do, as well as the latest martial arts merchandise, sporting and gym gear.

July 7-8
Cotai Arena, The Venetian Macao, Estrada da Baia de N. Senhora da Esperanca
+853 2882 8818, venetianmacao.com

4. A night at the opera


The Macao Orchestra’s music director and principal conductor Lü Jia (Photo: Courtesy  of The Macao Orchestra)

A Florentine Tragedy
In Eine florentinische Tragödie (A Florentine Tragedy), an aging merchant discovers his wife with her young lover—and kills him. This macho act rekindles their passion and they reconcile. Based on an unfinished play by Oscar Wilde, the opera, by Alexander von Zemlinsky, will be the closing performance the Macao Orchestra’s 2016-17 season, conducted by the Macao Orchestra’s music director and principal conductor Lü Jia. Its themes of desire, narcissism, and the Darwinian survival of the fittest are entirely relevant to self-obsessed contemporary culture, both in the east and the west.
July 9
2016-17 Season Closing Concert - Eine florentinische Tragodie  
Macao Cultural Centre, Grand Auditorium, Avenida Xian Xing Hai, Nape
+853 2855 5555, macauticket.com

 5. Join the party 


Photo: Courtesy of Club Cubic

Ultra Bali Countdown Tour
Club Cubic teams up with Ultra Bali to present an exclusive pre-party for world's premier electronic music festival featuring some of the hottest up-and-coming DJ talents in Asia, including Effy and Junkilla. Effy, aka Eye Hayoung Kim, began her musical career at the age of 17 as a vocalist in the South Korean rock band Apnea. She later expanded into the world of DJing, producing and spinning electro house, techno and tech house. DJ duo Junkilla are famous for their powerful performance with sets that cross genres from trap and future bass to dubstep.
July 8
Club Cubic, City of Dreams, Level 2, The Boulevard, City of Dreams, Estrada Do Istmo, Cotai
+853 66384999, rsvp@cubic-cod.com

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