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After Camoes, we hopped a bus in Macau for the first time, because we wanted to get to the bottom of the peninsula quickly because we were hungry. The bus took us to the A-Ma Temple, which is very near to the Southern tip of the peninsula. ...
... East-West cultural pluralism, reflecting china’s persistent openness to the influx of western cultural concepts throughout that historic timeframe. It is the fruit of mutual respect and tolerance between different cultures and civilizations. Its value lies not only in the completeness of the architectural and urban infrastructures, but also in the fact that these ...
... restored or rebuilt. But as we all know, the Catholic Church itself has weathered different kinds of storms.
In the early 18th century the Vatican ruled against the Jesuits who permitted the Chinese converts to continue their custom of ‘Ancestor Worship’. The church split over this Rites Controversy, the missionary effort in China suffered and ...
I then followed the street signs to Sao Paolo Cathedral. The streets were packed with tourists and were many interesting stores. Some side streets were selling different types of foods which I should have tried but I already had ...
... named Pasteis de Nata. The Po Tart didn’t disappoint at all. I think I could have had many more than the 4 I ate for lunch that day.
Some more wandering around the old part of Macau led me to other sites like the Macau Cathedral. But then I was suddenly bored and decided to look around the casinos. Depending on how you look at it, they are either an eyesore or wonderful pieces of architecture. The MGM Grand has 3 levels with the bottom tier ...
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