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Great holmertz 2019-11-21 1:40

Hello Jorge,
There is nothing here that reminds me of Macau in 1986. The nearest building offers an interesting design in attractive colours and chances of catching fine reflections. The tall building to the left is also very interesting. The Portuguese heritage is rapidly shrinking. Soon Macau will have been transformed to look just like Shenzhen or any other Chinese city.
Best regards,
Gert

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Old 11-21-2019, 01:59 PM
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Default To holmertz: portuguese heritage

gert

I was something sad because chinese didn't pay attention to our language in this enclave, I presume it would be a chance to enter easily in a portuguese community of nations, a cultural key. anyway when I visited HK I discovered even the people there don't pay attention to the british heritage, they live around themselves and most part of people don't speak english, and if even the power of english language wasn't able to attract them I presume portuguese never will. they said me portuguese and spanish are very hard to learn. I didn't guess that,. I learned portuguese when I was a baby and it wasn't so difficult . haha.

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jorge
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