At the Tercena
area below St. Paul's, visitors will see craftsmen carving wooden
chests in traditional designs of China,
and furniture according to some contemporary order. In
Macau, there are factory outlets, which custom-make furniture according
to individual tastes.
is a common sight in Macau's many parks and gardens. At daybreak,
as in the olden days of China, men are seen 'walking' their small,
bright songbirds in delicate bamboo cages. After a relaxing morning
walk, both man and bird will venture to a teahouse to have their
temples are typically constructed on the most sacred site as according
to feng shui, a geometric system followed by most Chinese.