• Jason Y. Ng, Umbrellas in Bloom: Hong Kong’s Occupy Movement Uncovered. Richard C. Bush, Hong Kong in the Shadow of China – Living with the Leviathan.

    Hong Kong, Blacksmith Books, 2016, 392 p. Washington, D.C., Brookings Institution Press, 2016, 400 p. Review by Éric Sautedé Judging from the coverage it received…

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  • Eilo W. Y. Yu and Ming K. Chan (eds), China’s Macao Transformed: Challenge and Development in the 21st Century

    Hong Kong, City University of Hong Kong Press, 2014, 412 pp. Review by Éric Sautedé Books dealing with current affairs in Macao, whatever the language,…

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  • Séverine Arsène, Internet et politique en Chine (Internet and Politics in China)

    Séverine Arsène, Internet et politique en Chine (Internet and Politics in China), Paris, Karthala, 2011, 420 pp. China has already had for many years the…

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  • The Snares of Modernity
    Internet, information and the SARS crisis in China

    The SARS (1) crisis has already had a significant impact on China’s economy, politics and society, and will have an even greater impact in the…

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  • Telecommunications in China: Towards a Post-WTO Shock Therapy?

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  • Michael Leifer ed., Asian Nationalism

    Now that regional studies seem to have acquired permanent status and while nationalism and nationhood, despite their detractors, are still very much in being, the…

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  • Macao 2000, Macau: A Cultural Janus, Aomen huigui qianhou de wenti yu duice (Macau at the handover: problems and policies), Aomen Gailun (An Introduction to Macau), Segredos da Sobrevivência – História Política de Macau (The Path of Survival: An

    Put together by Jean Berlie, a French researcher who has lived in Macau for many years, this timely publication sheds a comprehensive light on the…

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  • Bibliography

    Boxer, C. R., Fidalgos in the Far East, 1550-1770, Hong Kong, Oxford University Press, 1968. A biographical approach to Macau’s history by the most prominent…

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  • Macau in Dates

    1553 Portuguese sailors caught in a storm are allowed to unload their merchandise in Macau. 1557 The Portuguese are allowed by Guangdong authorities to put…

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