MACAU, March 1 – The Culture Review, published by the Cultural Affairs Bureau (IC, from the Portuguese acronym), is a publication aimed at promoting cultural exchange between East and West, exploring the unique characteristics of Macau as well as the history of complementarity between Chinese and foreign cultures, and thus promote academic exchanges between Macau and China and foreign countries. In order to promote the unique and rich history and culture of Macau, the online bookstore of the Cultural Affairs Bureau will provide a 50% and 10% discount on the purchase of the Culture Review from March 1.
Founded in 1987, the Culture Review is a publication that covers rich content of Macao’s history and culture, and is also a valuable record of exchanges between local and Western culture, which helps readers to study and understand the rich cultural heritage of Macao. A 50% discount is available for the Portuguese edition (#1-39), English edition (#1-37), Chinese edition (#1-90) and International edition (#1-90). ° 1-50) from Culture Reviewwhile a 10% discount for #91 on the latest issue of the Chinese edition and #51 on the latest issue of the international edition.
The Cultural Affairs Bureau’s online bookstore offers more than 300 publications and periodicals in Traditional Chinese, Simplified Chinese, Portuguese and English, covering a rich and diverse range of categories such as history, literature, visual arts, arts entertainment, culture and academic research and studies. IC is committed to providing readers with a convenient and efficient way to select and purchase IC publications. Readers can place orders through the website, make electronic payments, and request delivery through the Express Mail Service (EMS) or pick up their books from libraries under the auspices of IC. Foreign readers can request delivery of publications via EMS to their designated address, while local readers can pick up their orders from the 13 public libraries under the auspices of IC (located in Macau Peninsula, Taipa and Coloane) . For more details, please visit the online bookshop website at www.icm.gov.mo/bookshop or email [email protected].