Premier Li Keqiang visited Macao’s historical sites and then enjoyed traditional local delicacies in the afternoon on Oct 11.
At Rua da Cunha, a narrow pedestrian street in Macao’s Taipa island known for shops selling traditional Macao food, Premier Li shook hands with locals and tourists and talked with shopkeepers. He bought some egg tarts, almond cookies and a postcard there.
Then he arrived at Ruins of St. Paul’s, the city’s landmark, and interacted with people there. He said the Ruins of St. Paul’s represents the syntheses of east and west in Macao, and conveyed his best wishes to the city and its people.