In the twelfth and final episode in China, Ava and Sofie spend Easter Sunday at the Macau Tower, the 1,109-foot tall place to be for panoramic views of Macau and the surrounding waters. But first, they begin decorating plastic Easter eggs at a table provided for visiting children by the Macau Tower Entertainment Centre.
In episode eleven, Sofie and Ava seek out the goddess A-Ma, or Mazu, believed to be the namesake of Macau. The girls visit the A-Ma Temple, one of the oldest and most famous Taoist temples in existence, built in 1488 to honor this important goddess of fishermen and seafarers. Ava compares her experiences in theater classes back home as the girls take in a bit of traditional Chinese opera in an outdoor theater.