Thursday, November 8, 2007

Daytrip to Macau with Pawie and Mark

From Hong Kong, we decided to do a daytrip to Macau.

(Me, Mark Soriano, Pawie Achacoso) (Pawie and "his friend" at a bus in Macau)

The Macau Special Administrative Region of the People's Republic of China, shortened to Macau or Macao, is a small territory on the southern coast of China. It is 70 km southwest of Hong Kong and 145 km from Guangzhou.

The city was the oldest European colony in China, dating back to the 16th century. The Portuguese government transferred sovereignty over Macau to the People's Republic of China in 1999 and is now run as a Special Administrative Region of the PRC. Residents of Macau mostly speak Cantonese natively.

Broadly, Macanese refers to all permanent inhabitants of Macau. But narrowly, it refers to an ethnic group in Macau originating from Portuguese descent, usually mixed with Chinese blood.

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1 comment:

Alberto said...

Bakit puro boys kasama mo? hehe :)