Newspapers clips in 1984 regarding the handover

The asia magazine: macau: pastels, rockwork and casino chips Macau: no talk planned for the future of macau; said by the governor of macau; decision on macau is shelved; Macau ready to cash in on hk prosperity; a boost to its hospitality business if ease could be facilitated for hk residents to get into macau Costa, governor of macau, satisfied with the results of poll. Macao precedent: macau held a general election on august 15th, 1984. for the first time in its 400-year history all residents over 18, chinese as well as portuguese, could vote. Did peking interfere in macau poll? No election shocks in macau Chinese set to dominate assembly in macao Power to the people: macau prepares for a legislative-assembly election under a new franchise giving local chinese a greater say Macao chinese join game portuguese play Corruption protest likely in macao poll Macao to taste democracy Macau lets chinese join service China restates claim to macao Macau’s horizon is far beyond 1997 F15m deep water port to be built in macao Governor of macau faces tide of criticism Macau green light for taipa city plan The future of macao: seeking a new role in a complex game; china hesitant in backing big projects Ho yin’s death shocks macau: the leader of macau’s chinese community, mr. Ho yin died of lung cancer Portugal’s president pays tribute to ho; lisbon pays tribute to mr. Ho yin Macao anomaly Macao gambles on hk’s dilemma Macao: the other enclave takes transition calmly Macau’s status not threatened, says governor China ‘shows confidence’ in macau Change in hk status ‘may affect macau’ Stanley ho ‘will accept tougher deal’ Macau: the vanishing city Macao peninsula in a cocoon of ambiguity Shades of the good life in macao Macau future ‘is secure’ ‘colonialist’ macau laws under fire Macau status quo likely to continue Subversive thoughts from macau Macau refuses ‘amnesty’ for iis (illegal immigrants) Hong kong’s ties with macau stressed by sir murray, governor of hong kong Macao offers an alternative to hectic hong kong Macau set to launch big land scheme Satellite station for macau Macao franchise boost for cable and wireless Cable and wireless in macao joint venture Refugee flood has top priority Eanes names new macao governor Ba (macau) comes a step closer new university opens its doors Educating little sister Macau may get admiral governor Why macao can build in confidence Macau recordes big drop in iis influx Macau university set to open next autumn Macau plans four-bridge link with china Macau steps up patrols China’s $900m plan for macau Pleasures of the old east New powers planned for macau Macau tourist information bureau press release: china travel service in macau Macau may return to china Hong kong land in macao hotel plan Leandro: ties with china imminent Macao emerges from the twilight Waking up to th etourist in macau Macau in gear for industrial drive Mood macanese Macau begins to move after 10 stagnant years Portugal’s plan for macao acceptable in peking Macau godbye to portuguese garrison Peking rules out revolution; col. Leandro and the hit-man New bridge heralds island trade boom Macao’s 300,000 resist pressure for return to peking China ‘wants portugal to stay’ Macao confident of staying under portuguese flag Portuguese minister reassures colonies No time for change Peking satisfied with a quiet accommodation: macao is in political ferment after the lisbon coup. But any change in the colony’s status could have a serious effect on hong kong, martin woollacott reports Hong kong jittery over macao decolonisation Cononial crunch Governor leaves for macau Las vegas by the china sea: capitalists and maoists are carving up what remains of the portuguese colony of macao Macao to build deep sea port Macau builds for the future: the first land link between macau and the island of taipa which was opened recently. It will shortly be toppped with concrete. The next phase is the link with coloane island. Boycott increases tension in macao; ‘incidents’ expected by residents: a feeling of high tensin is growing in macao over the anti-portuguese boycott which moved into action today. Tension heightened Funeral in macao: the funeral rites for eight chinese killed during bitter riots two weeks ago were held. Military commandant and chief of polic relieved of duties Macao government to pay homage to riot victims Demands made on macao; governor to meet leftists to discuss compensation; tension relaxed Macao accepts demands; midnight announcement by authorities; portuguese shocked Situation in macao remains calm; no new incidents with easin gof curfew Leftist chinese leaders here today presented the government with six demands during a high-level discussion of their grievances which led to last weekends’ bloody riots; eight killed and 123 injured Quiet returns to macao: curfew to be relaxed for eight hours today Bloody riots erupt again; gunfire from china heard during macao violence; seven people killed Leisurely, provincial macao erupted into violence today with rioting mobs storming public buildings and attacking non-chinese people in the streets and overturning vehicles. The macao scene; las vegas of the far east Macao boats made for ‘peaceful use’ ‘celebrations in macao will be held’; the portuguese consul-general in hong kong said yesterday a report that the chinese authories had objected to the public celebrations in macao of the 400th anniversary of the arrival of the jesuit fathers was untrue. Chinese objection causes suspension of work on commemorative arches in macao; juesuit celebration opposed
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