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The territory largely avoided military action during the war except in , when the United States ordered air raids on Macau after learning that the colonial government was preparing to sell aviation fuel to Japan.
Refugees from mainland China swelled the population as they fled from the Chinese Civil War. Access to a large workforce enabled Macau's economy to grow as the colony expanded its clothing and textiles manufacturing industry, developed tourism, and legalised casino gaming.
Portugal lost full control over the colony afterwards, and agreed to cooperate with the communist authorities in exchange for continued administration of Macau.
Following the Carnation Revolution , Portugal formally relinquished Macau as an overseas province and acknowledged it as a "Chinese territory under Portuguese administration".
They were concluded with the signing of the Joint Declaration on the Question of Macau , in which Portugal agreed to transfer the colony in and China would guarantee Macau's political and economic systems for 50 years after the transfer.
Following the transfer, Macau liberalised its casino industry previously operating under a government-licensed monopoly to allow foreign investors, starting a new period of economic development.
The regional economy grew by a double-digit annual growth rate from to , making Macau one of the richest economies in the world on a per capita basis.
While issues such as national security legislation have been controversial, Macanese residents generally have high levels of trust in the government.
Macau is the last Portuguese colony to gain independence and the only one which is not a member of the Community of Portuguese Language Countries.
Portuguese is one of the official languages of Macao. The Government of Macau has not yet formalized this request. In , Murade Murargy, then executive secretary of CPLP said in an interview that Macao's membership is a complicated question, since like the Galicia region in Spain, it is not an independent country, but only a part of China.
Macau is a special administrative region of China , with executive, legislative, and judicial powers devolved from the national government.
The Chief Executive is the head of government, and serves for a maximum of two five-year terms. The Legislative Assembly has 33 members, each serving a four-year term: 14 are directly elected , 12 indirectly elected , and 7 appointed by the Chief Executive.
Twelve political parties had representatives elected to the Legislative Assembly in the election. Chinese national law does not generally apply in the region, and Macau is treated as a separate jurisdiction.
Interpretative and amending power over the Basic Law and jurisdiction over acts of state lie with the central authority, however, making regional courts ultimately subordinate to the mainland's socialist civil law system.
Decisions made by the Standing Committee of the National People's Congress can also override territorial judicial processes.
The territory's jurisdictional independence is most apparent in its immigration and taxation policies. The Identification Department issues passports for permanent residents which differ from those issued by the mainland or Hong Kong, and the region maintains a regulated border with the rest of the country.
The Macao Garrison is responsible for the region's defence. Although the Chairman of the Central Military Commission is supreme commander of the armed forces,  the regional government may request assistance from the garrison.
The State Council and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs handle diplomatic matters, but Macau retains the ability to maintain separate economic and cultural relations with foreign nations.
The territory is divided into seven parishes. Cotai , a major area developed on reclaimed land between Taipa and Coloane , and areas of the Macau New Urban Zone do not have defined parishes.
The municipalities were abolished in and superseded by the Civic and Municipal Affairs Bureau in providing local services. Sex trafficking in Macau is an issue.
Macau and foreign women and girls are forced into prostitution in brothels, homes, and businesses in the city.
It is surrounded by the South China Sea in the east and south, and neighbours the Guangdong city of Zhuhai to the west and north.
Urban development is concentrated on peninsular Macau, where most of the population lives. Both natural sedimentation and land reclamation expanded the area enough to support urban growth.
Cotai , the area of reclaimed land connecting Taipa and Coloane, contains many of the newer casinos and resorts established after Macau has a humid subtropical climate Köppen Cwa , characteristic of southern China.
The territory is dual season dominant — summer May to September and winter November to February are the longest seasons, while spring March and April and autumn October are relatively brief periods.
Typhoons also occur most often then, bringing significant spikes in rainfall. During the winter, northern winds from the continent bring dry air and much less rainfall.
The Statistics and Census Service estimated Macau's population at , at the end of The overwhelming majority The predominant language is Cantonese , a variety of Chinese originating in Guangdong.
It is spoken by Only 2. Increased immigration from mainland China in recent years has added to the number of Mandarin speakers, making up about half of the population English is considered an additional working language  and is spoken by over a quarter of the population Chinese folk religions have the most adherents Small minorities adhering to other religions less than 1 per cent , including Hinduism , Judaism , and Islam , are also resident in Macau.
Life expectancy in Macau was Most government-provided healthcare services are free of charge, though alternative treatment is also heavily subsidised.
Migrant workers living in Macau account for over 25 per cent of the entire workforce. As a growing proportion of local residents take up employment in the gaming industry, the disparity in income between local and migrant workers has been increasing.
Macau has a capitalist service economy largely based on casino gaming and tourism. The regional economy is heavily reliant on casino gaming.
The vast majority of casino patrons are tourists from mainland China, making up 68 per cent of all visitors. Economic uncertainty may account for some of the drop, but alternate Asian gambling venues do as well.
For example, Chinese visitors to the Philippines more than doubled between and , since the City of Dreams casino opened in Manila. Casino gambling was legalised in and the gaming industry initially operated under a government-licensed monopoly granted to the Sociedade de Turismo e Diversões de Macau.
This license was renegotiated and renewed several times before ending in after 40 years. Export-oriented manufacturing previously contributed to a much larger share of economic output, peaking at The government traditionally had a non-interventionist role in the economy and taxes corporations at very low rates.
Due to a lack of available land for farming, agriculture is not significant in the economy. Food is exclusively imported to Macau and almost all foreign goods are transshipped through Hong Kong.
Automobiles drive on the left unlike in both mainland China and Portugal , due to historical influence of the Portuguese Empire.
Macau International Airport serves over 8 million passengers each year and is the primary hub for local flag carrier Air Macau.
Phase 1 of the Taipa line had begun operations in December , the Taipa line will connect 11 metro stations throughout Taipa and Cotai.
Daily helicopter service is also available to Hong Kong and Shenzhen. Macau is served by one major public hospital, the Hospital Conde S.
In addition to hospitals, Macau also has numerous health centres providing free basic medical care to residents.
Consultation in traditional Chinese medicine is also available. None of the Macau hospitals are independently assessed through international healthcare accreditation.
There are no western-style medical schools in Macau, and thus all aspiring physicians in Macau have to obtain their education and qualification elsewhere.
The Macau Red Cross also operates ambulances Toyota HiAce vans for emergency and non-emergencies to local hospitals with volunteer staff.
The organization has a total of uniformed firefighters and paramedics serving from 7 stations in Macau. The Health Bureau in Macau is mainly responsible for coordinating the activities between the public and private organizations in the area of public health , and assure the health of citizens through specialized and primary health care services, as well as disease prevention and health promotion.
It also handles the organization of care and prevention of diseases affecting the population, sets guidelines for hospitals and private healthcare providers, and issues licences.
As of [update] Macau healthcare authorities send patients to Queen Mary Hospital in Hong Kong in instances where the local Macau hospitals are not equipped to deal with their scenarios, and many Macau residents intentionally seek healthcare in Hong Kong because they place more trust in Hong Kong doctors than in Mainland-trained doctors operating in Macau.
Education in Macau does not have a single centralised set of standards or curriculum. Individual schools follow different educational models, including Chinese, Portuguese, Hong Kong, and British systems.
Of residents aged 3 and older, 69 per cent completed lower secondary education, 49 per cent graduated from an upper secondary school, 21 per cent earned a bachelor's degree or higher.
While lower than that of other developed economies, the rate is due to the influx of refugees from mainland China during the post-war colonial era.
Much of the elderly population were not formally educated due to war and poverty. Most schools in the territory are private institutions.
Out of the 77 non-tertiary schools, 10 are public and the other 67 are privately run. Students at the secondary school level studying in neighbouring areas of Guangdong are also eligible for tuition subsidies.
The vast majority of schools use Cantonese as the medium of instruction , with written education in Chinese and compulsory classes in Mandarin.
A minority of private schools use English or Portuguese as the primary teaching language. Luso-Chinese schools mainly use Chinese, but additionally require mandatory Portuguese-language classes as part of their curriculum.
Macau has ten universities and tertiary education institutes. The University of Macau , founded in , is the territory's only public comprehensive university.
The Kiang Wu Nursing College of Macau is the oldest higher institute, specialising in educating future nursing staff for the college's parent hospital.
Five other institutes specialise in specific vocations or provide continuing education. The mixing of the Chinese and Portuguese cultures and religious traditions for more than four centuries has left Macau with an inimitable collection of holidays, festivals and events.
The biggest event of the year is the Macau Grand Prix in November,  when the main streets in Macau Peninsula are converted to a racetrack bearing similarities with the Monaco Grand Prix.
The Lunar Chinese New Year is the most important traditional festival and celebration normally takes place in late January or early February.
All events and festivities of the year end with Winter Solstice in December. Macau preserves many historical properties in the urban area.
One of the main examples of the report is that the headquarter of the Liaison Office of the Central People's Government, which is located on the Guia foothill and obstructs the view of the Guia Fortress one of the world heritages symbols of Macao.
Food in Macau is mainly based on both Cantonese and Portuguese cuisine , drawing influences from Indian and Malay dishes as well, reflecting a unique cultural and culinary blend after centuries of colonial rule.
While many restaurants claim to serve traditional Portuguese or Macanese dishes, most serve a mix of Cantonese-Portuguese fusion cuisine.
Despite its small area, Macau is home to a variety of sports and recreational facilities that have hosted a number of major international sporting events, including the East Asian Games , the Lusophony Games , and the Asian Indoor Games.
The territory regularly hosts the Macau Grand Prix , one of the most significant annual motorsport competitions that uses city streets as the racetrack.
It is the only street circuit that hosts Formula Three , touring car , and motorcycle races in the same event. The Guia Circuit , with narrow corner clearance and a winding path, is considered an extremely challenging course and a serious milestone for prospective Formula One racers.
Macau represents itself separately from mainland China with its own sports teams in international competitions. The territory maintains its own National Olympic Committee , but does not compete in the Olympic Games.
Current International Olympic Committee rules specify that new NOCs can only be admitted if they represent sovereign states Hong Kong has participated in the Olympics since before the regulation change in Macau has six sister cities , listed chronologically by year joined: .
Macau is part of the Union of Luso-Afro-Americo-Asiatic Capital Cities   from 28 June , establishing brotherly relations with the following cities:.
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Main article: Names of Macau. Main articles: History of Macau and History of China. Main article: Municipalities and parishes of Macau.
Main article: Geography of Macau. Marina at Macau Fisherman's Wharf. Tourism plays an important role in the economy of Macau, the people from Mainland China being the region's most prolific tourists.
Main article: Transport in Macau. See also: Healthcare in Macau and List of hospitals in Macau. Main article: Education in Macau.
Main article: Culture of Macau. Main article: Macanese cuisine. Left : Macanese-style pastel de nata. Right : Pork chop buns are popular street snacks.
Main article: Sport in Macau. China portal Asia portal. Residents predominantly speak Cantonese , the de facto regional standard. Portuguese shares equal status with Chinese in all official proceedings.
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This frenetic pace of play gives casinos on the Macau peninsula an edge over their Cotai cousins. The extra 40 minute round trip from Macau to Cotai is a waste of good gambling time to many Chinese day-trippers.
Of course, baccarat is king. Over 90 percent of the play is baccarat. The rest is just pretty window-dressing.
Sure, we here at WGM love poker, and electronic gaming is an enormous booming market segment which will continue to grow at an incredible rate.
VIP play crushes the mass gaming floor by more than 2 to 1. Junkets control everything, and rightly so. They are the lifeblood of this boom.
Without them Macau would be nothing. They are travel agents, concierges, credit providers, hosts, marketing executives, banks, customer relations officers and in many cases pseudo-casinos themselves.
The junkets have copped a lot of bad press in the past, much of it unfair. Junkets are now legitimate businesses, many listed on the Hong Kong stock exchange.
The role of junkets in this dance called Macau is crucial. No junkets, no Macau. What has all this boom done for Macau locals?
Well, a lot. The country enjoys just 2. There has been a wages explosion in Macau — kids are earning ten times what their parents made at the same age.
The GDP per capita of Macau citizens now exceeds that of their Hong Kong counterparts — something that would have been inconceivable just five years ago.
What a great source of pride for the citizens of Macau! Here goes. Some people think Macau has boomed so much, and so hugely, that it has to crash at some point.
Or at least stop growing. Macau will continue to grow, and grow fast. There are a number of reasons why. Yes, there are some issues.
Yes, there are some threats. But the strengths, opportunities and fundamental drivers of growth are very sound. The number one fundamental driver is China, a giant that has threatened to wake from her slumber for decades now.
Make no bones about it, this giant has now woken up, and is currently stretching her muscles. She has a long, long day ahead of her.
Superpowers tend to last around a century. The 19th century saw the British Empire dominate the world. The 20th century undoubtedly belonged to the Americans.
So who will be the global superpower through most of the 21st century? It will be China. Growth is amongst the highest in the world — a steady 10 percent year on year on year.
Millionaires are being made overnight. Standards are improving fast, luxury goods are appearing in the fashionable areas of the big cities. Hundreds of billions are being spent on infrastructure.
Children are studying hard. Wages are up. There are more people learning English in China than exist in all of England! There will be lots of new rich wanting to come to Macau to play.
Most of them live on the thriving eastern seaboard, within a few short miles of the new China Railway high-speed CRH network. The CRH is massive and growing fast — by some time later this year China is expected to have more high-speed rail track than the rest of the world combined.
The trains are clean, comfortable, modern, inexpensive and frequent. This last leg has cut Guangzhou to Zhuhai travel time from 2.
Total cost for a ticket: around 50 RMB. But wait, it gets better. A final link connecting Zhuhai North to a new station at Gongbei is slated to open on 31 July this year.
In the not too distant future the trip from Shanghai to Macau could be a comfortable CRH train ride taking less than six hours.
No plane required. Very affordable. That back-breaking two day bus or slow train ride will be nothing but a bad memory.
Macau will go through the same evolution Las Vegas did, but instead of taking 60 years to go from pure gambling town to all-round tourist destination, it will take Non-gaming amenities at integrated resorts will play a serious role in Macau, but not for quite a while.
The big bucks will come from the felt. Eventually the average stay in Macau will increase from 1. Our line is 2. It will never get to the 3.
Simple — because Guangzhou is much closer to Macau than Los Angeles is to Las Vegas, and there is substantial population base even closer than Guangzhou.
The day-tripper market, which will continue to be a large segment of Macau visitation, will see to that. China is building infrastructure at a furious pace.
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