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History and Culture

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Macau History

Macau Stories

Macanese Language

Macanese Geneaology

Macanese Cuisine

 

 

Macau History

 

Macau Images:

Macau in 1950s & 1960s - A slide show. To view click here

Index of articles:

The Last Colony - Stuart Braga presents an overview of the history of Macau.
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We Macanese - In this article Frederic A (Jim) Silva looks at the culture and society of the Macanese.
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Dia de Sao Joao - 24 June 1622 - an article about why the Macanese celebrate this date.
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'Surrender or We'll Flatten Macau' - the story of British interests in Macau during its Empire building years of the early 1800s.
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An Unexampled Calamity - an article about the Hong Kong plague of 1894.
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'We Have Come Here as Conquerors' - a story about Hong Kong during the Japanese occupation in WWII and the effect on Macau.
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He kept the Union Jack flying in the Far East - the story of Jack Reeves, the British Consul in Macau during the years of WWII.
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P.O.W. Memoirs of the Shamshuipo & Sendai Camps - Ciecero Rozario's memoirs as a Japanese WWII 'Prisoner of War'.
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The Ladies of Little Flower Club - Theresa M. da Luz's story about the Macanese women living through the Japanese occupation of Hong Kong in WWII.
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Call for Contributions

If you have a story about Macau's history, please share it with us.
Simply email Casa de Macau Australia by
clicking here


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