UM News https://www.umac.mo/ $title pt_pt hourly 1<![CDATA[]]> https://webcontent.co.umac.mo/umac_wp/pt-pt/news-centre/news-and-events/news-and-press-releases/detail/99999912https://webcontent.co.umac.mo/umac_wp/pt-pt/news-centre/news-and-events/news-and-press-releases/detail/99999912<![CDATA[]]> https://webcontent.co.umac.mo/umac_wp/pt-pt/news-centre/news-and-events/news-and-press-releases/detail/99999911https://webcontent.co.umac.mo/umac_wp/pt-pt/news-centre/news-and-events/news-and-press-releases/detail/99999911<![CDATA[UM members attend seminars at Land, Public Works and Transport Bureau]]> https://webcontent.co.umac.mo/umac_wp/pt-pt/news-centre/news-and-events/news-and-press-releases/detail/46365https://webcontent.co.umac.mo/umac_wp/pt-pt/news-centre/news-and-events/news-and-press-releases/detail/46365Faculty members and students from the University of Macau (UM) Faculty of Science and Technology recently attended seminars organised by the Land, Public Works and Transport Bureau (DSSOPT). The seminars aimed to enhance students’ understanding of the bureau’s main responsibilities as well as professional certification examinations in engineering in Macao.

Led by UM faculty members, 80 students from the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, and the Department of Electromechanical Engineering attended various seminars at DSSOPT. During the seminars, speakers from DSSOPT provided information on the recognition and registration processes in different professional fields, including urban planning, civil engineering, electrical engineering, and electromechanical engineering. They also shared the latest information on various industries, including architecture, civil engineering, and electromechanical engineering for public and private construction projects.

Some students say that through the seminars they have gained a comprehensive understanding of the responsibilities of DSSOPT as well as professional certification examinations for university graduates. Faculty members in the UM delegation included FST Associate Deans Wong Pak Kin and Tam Kam Weng, associate professors Kwok Chi Tat and Choi Wai Wa, as well as assistant professor Wong Chi Kong.


Source: Faculty of Science and Technology  

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<![CDATA[Palestra de arte e cultura do Instituto Confúcio e Centro Bilingue Chinês-Português da Universidade de Macau]]> https://webcontent.co.umac.mo/umac_wp/pt-pt/news-centre/news-and-events/news-and-press-releases/detail/46343https://webcontent.co.umac.mo/umac_wp/pt-pt/news-centre/news-and-events/news-and-press-releases/detail/46343Antes, aqueles que estudavam intercâmbio cultural entre a China e o Ocidente, ficavam ou na perspectiva chinesa ou na ocidental, para que observassem o encontro e a divergência entre as duas culturas. No entanto, nos últimos anos, ao refletirem sobre esse método de estudo, os historiadores e filósofos da área de intercâmbio cultural afirmam que são os seres humanos que passam e praticam a cultura. A troca de ideias faz-se entre pessoas, o que gera uma plataforma em que se desenvolverá uma nova forma cultural.

Macau, devido ao seu contexto histórico e localização geográfica, tem sido um local de intercâmbio cultural entre a China e Portugal. Sendo a arte essência cultural, vale a pena estudar como em Macau as artes chinesa e portuguesa convergem, criando novas perspectivas estéticas e formas de produção criativa. Diz-se que as artes dos dois países convivem em Macau, mas raramente se pergunta o que significa essa ideia genérica. Por exemplo, qual foi o contexto e quais os exemplos da convergência dos dois tipos de arte? Como foi a colaboração lusochinesa na produção dessas obras únicas?

Neste contexto, o Instituto Confúcio e o Centro Bilingue da Universidade de Macau convidam três artistas - Leong Iok Fai, André Aveline António e Gonçalo Cardoso de Menezes - que se têm dedicado à colaboração artistica, chinesa e portuguesa, para darem uma palestra, intitulada “Para além do Encontro das Culturas - História pintada em conjunto pelos artistas chineses e portugueses”, aos alunos e professores da Universidade de Macau e residentes de Macau. Espera-se que através das histórias e experiências deles se possa aprofundar o conhecimento sobre o contexto histórico e o fruto artístico dessa convergência de artes.

A palestra será realizada na Caixa Preta da Faculdade de Letras da UM (E21-G036), no dia 24 de outubro (4ª feira), das 18:00 às 19:00. Todos os interessados são bem-vindos.

Leong Iok Fai

Artista local. Começou a sua prática com Zhao Weifu em caligrafia, gravura, pintura chinesa, aquarelas e pintura a óleo.Nos últimos dez anos, participou e organizou mais de 20 exposições de arte. Atualmente é presidente da Associação de Pintura e Caligrafia Macau Oriente. Através da arte chinesa, a Associação tem o objetivo de cooperar com os artistas portugueses e outros artistas ocidentais que vivem em Macau, promover a cultura chinesa local e alargar o horizonte internacional do círculo artístico de Macau.

André Aveline António

Artista macaense estudou pintura chinesa, caligrafia e desenho em Hong Kong e Macau. Como macaense, André dedica-se ativamente ao contínuo intercâmbio entre artistas portugueses e locais, no estabelecimento da Associação de Pintura e Caligrafia Macau Oriente e na organização de exibições. É, atualmente, e presidente adjunto da Associação.

Gonçalo Cardoso de Menezes

Nascido em Lisboa é arquiteto e pintor amador. Desde 1990, tem trabalhado como arquiteto em Macau. Nos últimos 30 anos, tem participado em projetos de arquitetura em Portugal, Angola, Guiné-Bissau e Sudão. Além de participar em exposições de design arquitetónico, também faz pinturas em acrílico e aquarela.


Origem de notícias: Faculdade de Letras

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<![CDATA[UM hosts exhibition to showcase cultural heritage of Shandong province]]> https://webcontent.co.umac.mo/umac_wp/pt-pt/news-centre/news-and-events/news-and-press-releases/detail/46346https://webcontent.co.umac.mo/umac_wp/pt-pt/news-centre/news-and-events/news-and-press-releases/detail/46346An opening ceremony for a cultural exchange and experiential activity between Macao and Shandong province was held today (18 October) in the University of Macau (UM). Inheritors of eight cultural elements from Shandong province, which have been listed as part of the province’s intangible cultural heritage, came all the way to Macao to demonstrate the beauty of folk art and culture of Shandong province.

The event was co-organised by the Shandong Committee of the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference (CPPCC), the Hong Kong and Macao Affairs Office in Shandong province, as well as the local committees of the CPPCC in Jining city, Weihai city, Dezhou city, and Heze city. It was hosted by UM and the Macao Shandong Chamber of Commerce.

Officiating guests at the opening ceremony included Wang Yihua, vice chairman and secretary general of the Shandong Committee of the CPPCC; Ip Peng Kin, chief of office of the Secretary for Social Affairs and Culture; Yonghua Song, rector of UM; Shao Bin, a representative of the Liaison Office of the Central People's Government in the Macao SAR; Ma Chi Ngai, president of the Administrative Committee of the Science and Technology Development Fund of Macao and a member of the Shandong Committee of the CPPCC; Yu Yi, director of the Committee of Hong Kong, Macao, and Taiwan and Foreign Affairs of the Shandong Committee of the CPPCC; Zhang Jimin, chairman of the Jining Committee of the CPPCC; Gao Xuguang , chairman of the Weihai Committee of the CPPCC; Yin Yuming, chairman of the Heze Committee of the CPPCC; Che Seak Man, member of the Standing Committee of the 11th Shandong Committee of the CPPCC and chairman of the Macao Shandong Friendship Association; Wong Suk Tze, a member of the Standing Committee of the Shandong Committee of the CPPCC; Lionel Ni, vice rector (academic affairs) of UM; Wei Chengbo, president of the Macao Shandong Chamber of Commerce; Hong Gang Jin, dean of UM’s Faculty of Arts and Humanities and director of the Confucius Institute; and Zhang Zhimin, former director of the Science, Education, Culture, Health and Sport Committee of the Shandong Committee of the CPPCC and former president of the Shandong University of Arts.

In his speech, Rector Yonghua Song said that Shandong is one of the important birthplaces of Chinese culture and the cradle of Confucianism. Rich in intangible cultural heritage, the province has had a profound influence on Chinese culture. Song said this event provided a rare opportunity for Macao residents to experience the beauty of folk art and culture of Shandong province through the demonstration by the inheritors of eight cultural elements from Shandong, which have been listed as part of the province’s intangible cultural heritage. Song also praised Shandong for its efforts to preserve its cultural heritage, saying that Macao should learn from Shandong’s experience. He expressed his hope to see more cultural exchange and collaboration between Shangdong and Macao in the future.

Wang Yihua, vice chairman and secretary general of the Shandong Committee of the CPPCC, said that Shandong is a Chinese province rich in intangible cultural heritage, with eight cultural elements, including paper-cutting, Guqin art, and shadow puppetry, being included on the UNESCO’s List of Intangible Cultural Heritage, over 170 cultural elements being included on the national representative list of cultural heritage, and over 750 cultural elements being included on the provincial list. At the event, eight cultural elements were demonstrated, namely paper-cutting, Ju (mending broken ceramics), Kai wood carving, Luban Lock, dough figurine, grain painting, colour-printed appliques, and black pottery and micro carving. 


For full version, please refer to the Chinese version. 

Source: Rector's Office  

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<![CDATA[UM Dance Troupe wins four awards at Macau International Creative Dance Art Festival]]> https://webcontent.co.umac.mo/umac_wp/pt-pt/news-centre/news-and-events/news-and-press-releases/detail/46321https://webcontent.co.umac.mo/umac_wp/pt-pt/news-centre/news-and-events/news-and-press-releases/detail/46321The University of Macau (UM) Dance Troupe recently won four awards in the youth category of the Macau International Creative Dance Art Festival.

Lee Hau Yin, a third-year student from the Faculty of Business Administration and the Cheng Yu Tung College, won a third prize for his performance titled ‘Let’s Not Be Friends Anymore’. Li Site, a second-year student from the Faculty of Arts and Humanities and Stanley Ho East Asia College; and Chu Heng-Hsuan, a fourth-year student from the Faculty of Social Sciences and Chao Kuang Piu College, won a third prize for their performance titled  ‘Shining Stars’. Another performance titled ‘Nearly Night’, choreographed by Dr Michael Li, chief instructor of the dance troupe, and presented by all members of the dance troupe, received the Best Choreography Award. Dr Michael Li received the Best Instructor Award.


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Source: Student Affairs Office

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<![CDATA[Chinese Academy of Engineering member Li Peigen gives talk at UM on scientific and technological revolutions]]> https://webcontent.co.umac.mo/umac_wp/pt-pt/news-centre/news-and-events/news-and-press-releases/detail/46324https://webcontent.co.umac.mo/umac_wp/pt-pt/news-centre/news-and-events/news-and-press-releases/detail/46324The University of Macau (UM) today (16 October) held a talk titled ‘Scientific-technological Revolutions and Us’ as part of the University Lecture Series. Li Peigen, a professor from Huazhong University of Science and Technology and a member of the Chinese Academy of Engineering, was the keynote speaker. He discussed how technological revolution influenced our lives. The talk attracted many UM faculty members and students, secondary school teachers, as well as members of the general public.


For full version, please refer to the Chinese version. 

Source: Rector's Office  

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<![CDATA[Opening ceremony for ‘Experience the Traditional Cultural Heritage of Shandong’]]> https://webcontent.co.umac.mo/umac_wp/pt-pt/news-centre/news-and-events/news-and-press-releases/detail/46328https://webcontent.co.umac.mo/umac_wp/pt-pt/news-centre/news-and-events/news-and-press-releases/detail/46328Convite à Imprensa
Nome : Opening ceremony for ‘Experience the Traditional Cultural Heritage of Shandong’
Organizer : 山東省政協、山東省政府港澳辦、濟寧市政協、威海市政協、德州市政協及菏澤市政協 , The Shandong Committee of the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference , the Hong Kong and Macao Affairs Office of the People’s Government of Shandong Province , the Jining Political Consultative Conference , the Weihai Political Consultative Conference , the Dezhou Political Consultative Conference , the Heze Political Consultative Conference
Co-organizer : 澳門大學及澳門山東商會 , University of Macau , Macao Shandong Chamber of Commerce
Data : 18 October 2018 (Thursday)
Horário : 3:00pm
Venue : 澳大聚賢樓(N1)地面層宴會廳 , Ballroom, G/F, UM Guest House (N1), University of Macau
Conteúdo : The event aims to enhance exchange and collaboration in education and culture between Macao and Shandong and increase the general public’s understanding of China’s history and culture as well as its effort in cultural preservation. The event will include an exhibition of traditional artworks and handicrafts from Shandong. Practitioners of intangible cultural heritages in Shandong will exhibit the arts of paper-cutting, Ju (mending broken ceramics), Kai wood carving, Luban Lock, dough figurine, grain painting, colour-printed appliques, and black pottery and micro carving.
Language : 普通話 , Mandarin

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<![CDATA[Centro de Ensino e Formação Bilingue Chinês-Português da UM recebe espetáculo Aleatório do grupo Andante]]> https://webcontent.co.umac.mo/umac_wp/pt-pt/news-centre/news-and-events/news-and-press-releases/detail/46331https://webcontent.co.umac.mo/umac_wp/pt-pt/news-centre/news-and-events/news-and-press-releases/detail/46331Com o apoio da Casa de Portugal em Macau, o Centro de Ensino e Formação Bilingue Chinês-Português, do Departamento de Português da Universidade de Macau, foi anfitrião do espectáculo Aleatório apresentado pela Associação Artística Andante.

O espetáculo realizou-se na Caixa Preta da Faculdade de Letras, atraindo não só professores, licenciados e mestrandos do Departamento de Português, mas também alunos da Escola Superior das Forças de Segurança de Macau. Aleatório incluiu trechos de poemas em Língua Portuguesa, com mistura de som e imagem.

Depois do espetáculo, os participantes fizeram perguntas aos artistas, entusiasmados pela forma criativa e diferente como a poesia pode ser apresentada e representada. De acordo com eles, o espectáculo fê-los sentir a poesia de uma forma diferente, elogiando também a escolha das músicas, autores e textos.


Origem de notícias: Faculdade de Letras

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<![CDATA[Delegation led by vice governor of Guangdong visits UM]]> https://webcontent.co.umac.mo/umac_wp/pt-pt/news-centre/news-and-events/news-and-press-releases/detail/46290https://webcontent.co.umac.mo/umac_wp/pt-pt/news-centre/news-and-events/news-and-press-releases/detail/46290A delegation led by Zhang Guangjun, vice governor of Guangdong province, visited the University of Macau (UM) and was warmly received by Yonghua Song, rector of UM; and Rui Martins, vice rector (global affairs) and director of UM’s State Key Laboratory of Analog and Mixed-Signal VLSI (AMS-VLSI Lab). Zhang praised UM for its effort in training researchers and in promoting the development of the Greater Bay Area. Both parties plan to increase collaboration on academic and research activities between universities in Guangdong and Macao. During the visit, Song told the guests about UM’s latest developments, signature academic programmes, unique model of education, and future direction, adding that the university is committed to supporting the Greater Bay Area initiative by producing outstanding graduates for the area. The delegation visited the Wall of Great Wisdom and UM’s three state key labs, namely the AMS-VLSI Lab, the State Key Laboratory of Quality Research in Chinese Medicine, and the State Key Laboratory of Internet of Things for Smart City.


Source: Global Affairs Office

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