If you had to use two words to describe the most popular thing about the literary youth in Macau, what would you think of? Indie music, graffiti, theater, or skateboarding? The answer is revealed: nowadays, the literary and youth of Macau are crazy to " start a business " . Maybe you will ask, don’t start a business without capital, without time and energy? How can everyone start a business? In Macau, the government has also prepared a series of entrepreneurial counseling programs for the youth of Macau. Since the return to China, the Cultural Affairs Bureau of Macau has established the Cultural and Creative Industry Promotion Office and the Cultural Industry Fund in 2010 and 2013 respectively. They intend to start with nurturing young entrepreneurs and paint a new and charming color for modern Macau. Also because of the improvement of policies, systems and funds, more and more young people in Macau are willing to take the risk of failure, let go and try and challenge their own limits.
At this time, Macao cultural and creative shops have sprung up like mushrooms after a rain. These small shops have driven the revival of the old district, and a spring has developed in the alleys. Rebirth of the Old District: The Renaissance of Guanqian Street Guanqian Street, located near the archway of St. Paul's, a popular tourist attraction, is a distribution center for Macao's literary and artistic youth. Guanqian Street is the collective name of "Guanqian Zhengjie" (old street) and "Guanqianqianjie" (new street). matters and the location of the government department for customs clearance procedures. Like many old streets with a long history, Guanqian Street is gradually number list declining in the trend of Macao's modernization. However, just after the Macau government encouraged young people to start their own businesses, Guanqian Street seemed to be injected with living water, especially "Junxiu Lane, Guanqian Street". The peculiar landforms and winding street stairs make every visitor feel as if they are in There are surprises around the corner.
The local literary and artistic youths did their best to decorate their shops, filling this short 20-meter street with all kinds of fun. In addition to candy shops, restaurants, and art galleries, there are also exquisite shops selling various vases, art shops from South Africa, etc. on the street, with diverse and rich themes. The names of these stores are also very innovative, and the store owners often use the kuso method to demonstrate their own store creation concepts. 4163031903_6d20cd0efd_b Photo Credit: Alexander Savin CC BY 2.0 Compatibility: Compassion between Architecture and Cultural Creation After introducing Guanqian Street, a cultural and youth settlement in Macau, we bypassed the St. Paul's and came to a beautiful place - "Crazy Church Inclined Alley" and walked into the Crazy Church Inclined Alley. The retro Portuguese-style buildings on both sides came into view. The color of the building was later renovated twice before it was dyed into the current red and yellow.