OPINION – Copycat Macau?

In a recent, well-received, if highly selective, ethnography of mainland China (‘Being Modern in China’), Paul Willis identified ‘three arrows of modernity’ at work. First is China’s glorification of the city, with mass rural migration for work but problems of...

Special Report – Inky Leong

He is among the first of Macau’s residents invited to attend a number of renowned international Fashion Weeks. But Inky Leong’s interests go further.

Special Report – Ieong Meng U

He has been playing a proactive role in the new wave of studies on Macau politics. Ieong Meng U has also been joining the debate in the public sphere on current affairs, as one of the few young scholars voicing...