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A crowded, colorful street in the old section of Macau. Here you can buy 'medicine no fakes'. While Macau was a Portuguese colony, today the residents are primarily Chinese speaking, with store front signs in Chinese, Portuguese and something akin to English.

Macau

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Brian D. Negin
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A crowded, colorful street in the old section of Macau. Here you can buy 'medicine no fakes'. While Macau was a Portuguese colony, today the residents are primarily Chinese speaking, with store front signs in Chinese, Portuguese and something akin to English.
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