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The Magic of Macau

Macau is 31 square kilometres of magic. This tiny peninsula in southern China may be a stone’s throw from Hong Kong but it couldn’t be more unique and, well, magical. 344 more words


Macau: Where have all the gamblers gone?

First time visitors to Macau are astonished by the widespread building works. Even frequent visitors can’t help marvel at building on an epic scale. I first went to Macau in 1996 when it was a sleepy Portuguese colony. 578 more words


Macau, Taipa and Coloane, China - March 2015

From Macau’s casino chaos and smog to Portuguese architecture overlaid with Chinese color, Portuguese food (egg tarts :-) ) and the far more peaceful and appealing enclaves of Taipa and Coloane… 2,496 more words


Sa sufleci sufletul cand pleci

N-a ramas decat o poezie porno pe strazi. Printre zgomote atat de marunte ascunse in nimicnicie. Cand cumperi oameni cu cafele in vremea letargiei.

Strada Smardan din Bucuresti – Centrul Vechi


GUIDE TO ELSEWHERE: Five stops to make in Macau

When we think of Macau, we think of the architectural grandeur of the casinos in Cotai Strip – an inevitability, maybe, with the successful positioning of this autonomous region of China as an entertainment hub. 507 more words


Hiking to the A-Ma Cultural Village.

The world’s tallest statue of the goddess A-Ma (also known as Tin Hau) stands on the┬ápeak of a mountaintop on Macau’s Coloane Island, where the nearby A-Ma cultural village celebrates the beloved goddess. 196 more words


Macau, China

Goddess of the Sea statue, variously know as A-Ma, Mazu, and even Macau

B&W Photography