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Int’l cuisine course to include Macanese cookery

2019-03-05 07:51     Comment:1

The Luso-Chinese Vocational and Technical School, in conjunction with the Institute for Tourism Studies (IFT), will run an international cuisine programme starting in the 2019/20 school year, the Education and Youth Affairs Bureau (DSEJ) announced during a press conference at its premises in Nam Van yesterday.

The international cuisine course will include, according to the press conference, Macanese cookery.

The public school, situated in Areia Preta district, is the only one running vocational courses out of the city’s 10 government-run schools. Macau has 77 schools, 67 of which are privately run.


Leong I On (centre), who heads the Secondary and Vocational Education Division of the Education and Youth Affairs Bureau (DSEJ), addresses yesterday’s press conference at the bureau about the new international cuisine course, flanked by Luso-Chinese Vocational and Technical School Principal Chan Ieng Lon (second from left), Diamantina Coimbra (second from right), who heads the Tourism and Hotel School of the Institute for Tourism Studies (IFT), Sou Ioi Chun (first from left), a unionist representing the city’s restaurant sector, and Mak Kei Sut, a chef by profession. Photo: DSEJ

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