“Chineseness and the Portuguese Eurasians of Macau" Cathryn Clayton School of Pacific and Asian Studies University of Hawaii at Manoa The term Macanese refers to the small Eurasian mestizo community that emerged in Macau during that city's nearly 450 years of Portuguese rule.”
“One immensely popular choice for Portuguese, which serves what is described as Macanese food -”
“After 1999, the diocese maintained pastoral contacts with the Bishops 'Conference of Portugal because of the presence in Macau the "Macanese", people of mixed Chinese-Portuguese origin, and her Portuguese-speaking Catholics.”
“He branched out into many parts of the Macanese economy, including a department store, hotels, a bank, housing projects and a high-speed ferry service linking Macau to nearby Hong Kong.”
“HONG KONG—Macau's gambling revenue surpassed 20 billion Macanese patacas US$2.50 billion for the first time in March, government statistics issued Friday show, as mainland Chinese visitors to the territory helped push revenue up 48% from a year earlier.”
“I submitted an idea for a Macanese/Portugese style spicy pork cutlet bun w/carmelized onions and a side of pickled kale.”
“Ms. Yeung said that Macanese immigration authorities told her it was the "wrong time" to visit.”
“Both Macanese and Hong Kong authorities seem keen to keep the incident quiet.”
“Government data said gambling revenue for the month rose 33% to 18.57 billion Macanese patacas US$2.31 billion from 13.94 billion patacas a year earlier.”
“Gambling revenue for the month rose 33% to 18.57 billion Macanese patacas US$2.31 billion from 13.94 billion patacas a year earlier, according to data from Macau's Gaming Inspection and Coordination Bureau.”
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