The Chinese name of Rua dos Ervanários was named after customs services that used to managed Macao’s foreign trade. Nowadays, this area has been developed into a unique old street. This area remains its traditional local industries, such as shops selling incenses, second-hand goods and antiques, and others. Some shops have been refurbished into specialty coffee shops and cultural and creatives shops. Occasional activities and cultural-creative flea markets are held in aim to attract tourist to visit.