During Stanley Ho’s monopoly, Macau has long been considered a city with a complicated yet consistent urban form, full of a rich mix of Chinese and Portuguese cultures. The streets were narrow and the small plots of land adapted to …

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17 years ago, when Macau was still under the rule of the Portuguese government, Macau peninsula was the only place that was allowed the land use for hotels and casinos and there was only one gambling license allowed in the …

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