2014-10-07Stamp Festival Express, 2014
To celebrate the World Post Day, Communications Museum is launching a series of activities! The Museum will be open to the public on 9 October free of charge. Visitors are welcome to visit the Museum from 9:30 to 17:30.
The Communications Museum has organized the "Draw My Story of Stamps Contest" for the first time in 2013, and a total of 293 creative works have been received. The judges have given very positive comments for the creativity of the participants. Besides appreciating the creative drawings, visitors can also enjoy and explore the beauty of Macao stamps again.
The 5th publication of the "Booking Service Guide for Visits" is issued for the 2014-2015 scholastic year. Apart from the "General Guided Visit", there are twenty-five thematic guided visits and three workshops under the areas of "History of Macao Post", "Foundations of Communication", "Postal Service", "Stamps and Collection" and "General Mathematics". For Telecommunications, there are six thematic guided visits under the areas of "Electromagnetism", "Transmission and Broadcasting" and "Telegraph and Telephone", seven science demonstrations, twenty-two science workshops and eleven electronic circuit courses.
Theme - "Fighting for Every Gram"
Design and produce a device that can be remotely controlled and is able to move and collect objects. By participating in this competition, students can make use of their knowledge of science through practical application.
Objective: To encourage primary students to understand science and technology in our daily life so as to increase their initiative of "Dare to experiment. Dare to discover".
Theme: The theme of the activity is "Component Revamp". Primary students will learn about different electronic components and then create a 3-dimensional object with the components.
Audience: Full-time Science teachers of local Primary and Secondary School, priority to Physics, Biology and Chemical teachers.
To encourage and discover more painters to participate in cultural creative arts and design through stamps.