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Afternoon tea

Hello Macau !!
Hope you are doing good and had an awesome CNY Celebrations! Don’t know if you notice but high tea is becoming popular in Macau & today I wanna recommend a place that I’ve been a few weeks ago with my lovely fashion bloggers… 103 more words


Why We Love Rua de Cinco de Outubro.... Reason No.7 - Nam Peng Cafe 南屏雅叙

Shaggy Green on the outside….. and on the inside too…..

If you are a sucker for nostalgia, this is one of those bread shops that you will want to go to. 221 more words


Rua De Felicidade, Macau.

We got here very early to avoid the tour groups. Even when we lived here in 2004 the tour groups were plentiful. This day we arrived before 9am, from HK, so it was very quiet. 89 more words


Cuba and Macau: Divergent Stories of Tourism Industry Development

By Chris Joseph

The world is experiencing a boom in the global movement of people unlike any other time in human history. Since the development of air travel, people en masse have been able to easily access areas of the world that had previously only been available in textbooks and the imagination. 1,540 more words


Ristorante Il Teatro

After making it to the hotel room in Hong Kong, mom & I dropped our things off & then went back in the same direction as the airport to the ship dock. 401 more words


370 Portrait of Fernando Chui, the Chief Executive of Macau - Drawing in charcoal and pencil

This is Fernando Chui, the Chief Executive of Macau – I was not 100% sure who is the real head of state of Macau – there are three people mentioned on wikipedia, and the people with the word “president” in their titles just had much shorter wikipedia articles. 95 more words

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Multilingual Signs and Intercultural Pedagogy

When visiting Macau, I was surprised by seeing trilingual street signs (Chinese, Portuguese and English), a rare phenomenon in the US. A recent article in… 101 more words

Wendy Leeds-Hurwitz