Opening Hours during the National Day & Chung Yeung Festival: Communications Museum will remain open during the holidays of the National Day and Chung Yeung on October 1, 2, 3, 4 & 23. Free Entrance - World Post Day: Communications Museum will be open to the public on October 9 (Friday) free of charge. Visitors are welcome to visit the Museum from 9:30 to 17:30.
Organized by the Macao Society of Biomedical Engineering and Communications Museum, the Science and Art Activity for Primary Students is of the theme "Component Revamp". Participants will use different electronic components and simple tools to create a 2 or 3-dimensional object. This year there will be Family & Friends Group and School Group for participants of different levels to join. The activity will be held on December 5. Winners of the each category will be awarded attractive prizes.
2015-09-29Opening Hours during the National Day & Chung Yeung Festival
Communications Museum will remain open during the holidays of the National Day and Chung Yeung on October 1, 2, 3, 4 & 23.
2015-09-29Free Entrance - World Post Day
Communications Museum will be open to the public on October 9 (Friday) free of charge. Visitors are welcome to visit the Museum from 9:30 to 17:30.
"Science is Fun" Research Project - Sound of the Bamboo Theatre is jointly organized by the Communications Museum and the Macau Society of Biomedical Engineering. The science activity is aimed at arousing students' interest in science and discovering their potentials in doing independent research projects, and ultimately enhancing their thinking ability, creativity and execution techniques. It is also aimed to promote the research, knowledge and spirit of science among the public.
Besides, a "Halloween Night at the Museum" will be held from 7:00pm to 10:00pm on 31 October. Family or friends group participants are invited to dress up in their unique Halloween style to attend the Halloween party. The fun activities include Pumpkin Light" workshop and "Halloween Treats Making". Registration is open from now till 22 October at the Museum's reception counter. MOP100 will be charged to every group of 2 persons, maximum 15 groups. First come first served.
To encourage savings and making good use of money, and to discover more art and design lovers to participate in cultural creative activities.
The International Year of Light and Light-Based Technologies (IYL 2015) is a global initiative adopted by the United Nations to raise awareness of how optical technologies promote sustainable development and provide solutions to worldwide challenges in energy, education, agriculture, communications and health. The goal of IYL 2015 is to highlight to the citizens of the world the importance of light and optical technologies in their lives, for their futures and for the development of society.
Theme: "Drive and Clear" - Design and produce a device that can be remotely controlled to move and collect objects. By participating in this competition, students can make use of their knowledge of science through practical application.
All full-time secondary students of Macao can sign up for participation individually or in groups (maximum 4 members per group). Each individual or group can only submit one piece of work. Junior Secondary Group - Form 1 to Form 3 students; Senior Secondary Group - Form 4 to Form 6 students
Registration period: From now till 5:30pm on 10/12/2015 (Thursday)
Theme: The theme of the activity is "Component Revamp". Primary students will learn about different electronic components and then create a 2-dimensional or 3-dimensional object with the components.
Qualifications: All full-time primary students in Macao are qualified for participation. Family & Friends Group: Each team should consist of one student (P.1 to P.6) and one family member (or one friend). School Group: Group A - Each team should consist of a maximum of two Primary 5 students; Group B - Each team should consist of a maximum of two Primary 6 students.
Registration period: From now till 5:30pm on 18 November 2015 (Wednesday)
During the Stamp Festival, Communications Museum will be holding a "Halloween Night at the Museum" special event from 7:00pm to 10:00pm on 31 October. Participants along with their families and friends are invited to dress up for the Halloween party, create a special pumpkin light, make Halloween treats and complete their missions on the fortress next to the museum.
Participants: 6 to 14 year-old students are welcomed to join. Each participant can invite 1 family member or friend as his/her partner to form a group of 2 persons.
Vacancy: 15 groups maximum. First come first served.
Registration: September 22 till October 22 (pay at the Museum Reception)
"Festive Stamps" is the theme of Stamp Festival 2015. Stamps about over ten Chinese and Western festivals will be shown in the Temporary Exhibition Gallery on the ground floor of the museum. There will also be a series of fun and interactive activities. Through the stamps, visitors can view the important festival throughout the year and recall the happy moment they had with their families and friends on these special dates!
To encourage and discover more painters to participate in cultural creative arts and design through stamps.
Students of Macao schools can individually participate in either the Primary Student or Secondary Student Category. The General Category (Macao residents) has no age limit and all are welcomed. Each participant can only submit one drawing.
Send by post or submit the completed Registration Form and drawing in person to Communications Museum.
Deadline for submission: 5:30pm on December 5, 2015 (Saturday)