Mega Fireworks Display to Celebrate 10th Anniversary of Macau SAR

A fireworks extravaganza held by the Macau Special Administrative Region will light up the sky of Macau at 9pm on December 20 to celebrate the 10th Anniversary of the Establishment of the Macau SAR. The 25-minute show is the largest fireworks display ever organized in Macau. For the first time in Macau, the grand fireworks display will be launched at seven locations at the same time, including the Nobre de Carvalho Bridge featuring fireworks waterfall, 4-inch shells and display cakes; landsite between the Nobre de Carvalho Bridge and Macau Tower featuring water shells, 6-inch shells and cakes; landsite in front of MGM Grand featuring water shells, 6-inch shells and cakes; four barges located on the two sides of the Nobre de Carvalho Bridge featuring 8-inch shells and cakes. This is the largest fireworks display ever organized by the Macau SAR in terms of launch sites and number of shells involved. To enhance enjoyment of the fireworks display, sound systems will be installed at the Avenida Panorâmica do Lago nam Van, the park between Avenida de Sagres and Nobre de Carvalho Bridge (next to Wynn Resort), Avenida Dr. Sun Yat Sen (in front of One Central), Avenida Dr. Sun Yat Sen (facing Nam Van Lake) and Avenida dos Jardins do Oceano in Taipa. Spectators can also tune to Radio Macau (FM100.7) for synchronized soundtrack. Macau Government Tourist Office called for a public tender for operating the display and among fireworks companies from the Mainland, Hong Kong, Macau, Singapore and France, “Panda Fireworks Co. Ltd” from Hunan of Mainland China, which also organized the fireworks displays for the 2008 Beijing Olympics and the 60th Anniversary of the People’s Republic of China in Beijing this year, was selected. Ian Riedel, a veteran technical consultant of the Macau International Fireworks Display Contest, is invited to be the consultant of this pyro-musical show to give professional advices for a smooth and safe completion of the event.

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