The 4th Macau International Lantern Festival

Original article published only in Chinese
Below is a machine-translated version

From now until October 15th, the Macau International Lantern Festival will be held at Macau’s No. 1 Plaza and Wynn Macau’s waterfront promenade, as well as at the South Bay and Yawen Lake, to celebrate the Mid-Autumn Festival and National Day.

Personally planned by Ma Ruolong, 10 pieces of luminous lantern sculptures with a height of 2.5 to 12 meters and a “70+20 celebration-home reunion” were displayed on the seaside promenade Macau No.1 Plaza, including the “70+20 celebration”. The elements of the large jade rabbit lantern, “pig cage into the water”, “pig baby money” and “mother”. The other four were invited by four famous artists to participate in the decoration, including Li Ying’s “Independence of Yao Jiang”, Zuo Zhengyi’s “Flower Ears”, Raquel Glari’s “Flowers” and The “How far can you be away from me?” is a perfect reflection of the cultural traits of Macao’s blending Chinese and Western cultures.

 Located on Wynn Macau’s waterfront promenade, Ma Ruolong and the local artists team work together to create a series of lighting art installations with the theme of “Butterfly Lotus Shadow Wing Lee”. The Light and Shadow Gallery uses the concept of “hand in hand” to symbolize Macau. All the big families join hands in a new era to create prosperity and prosperity.