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The report, shown on TDM’s Macau Channel, in January 2019, addresses a relevant theme of local culture, in a solidly documented work that calls for different voices to analyze the subject in question.
Another report was distinguished with an honorable mention: “The last crack of the infamous track”, by journalist Sílvia Gonçalves, published in the newspaper Ponto Final, in July 2018.
The jury consists of the coordinator of the Fundação Oriente delegation in Macau, Ana Paula Cleto, the director of the English language newspaper The Macau Post Daily, Harald Bruning, the director of the Portuguese Institute of the East (IPOR), Joaquim Ramos, and the teachers of the University of Macau Maria José Grosso and José Fernando Lino Pascoal and also by the professor at the Polytechnic Institute of Macau Rosa Bizarro.
Fundação Oriente instituted the Macau Prize – Reportage to reward the best journalistic work on Macau, in the cultural and socio-economic aspects, published in the media (press, radio, television and internet) of Macau and Portugal.
The delegation of Fundação Oriente accepts, between January 4th and 29th, 2021, applications for the next edition of the prize, which has a monetary value of 50,000 patacas (about five thousand euros).