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Macau -- Bibliography

Boxer, C.R., ed. and trans. Seventeenth Century Macau in Contemporary Documents and Illustrations. Hong Kong: Heinemann (Asia), 1984.

China. Embassy (Washington). "China to Resume the Exercise of Sovereignty over Macao on December 20, 1999, " Newsletter, Embassy of the People's Republic of China, No. 99-24, December 13, 1999, 1-7.

China. State Statistical Bureau. Zhongguo tongji nianjian, 1997 (Statistical Yearbook of China, 1997). Beijing: September 1997.

Edmonds, Richard Louis. "Macau and Greater China." Pages 226-54 in David Shambaugh, ed., Greater China: The Next Superpower? Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1995.

Edmonds, Richard Louis, and Herbert Yee. "Macau: From Portuguese Autonomous Territory to Chinese Special Administrative Region," China Quarterly (London), No. 160, December 1999, 801-817.

Fei Chengkang. Macao: 400 Years. Trans. Wang Yintong. Shanghai: Shanghai Academy of Social Sciences, 1996.

Flores, Jorge. "The History of Macao During the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries: Open Questions and Possible Queries," Review of Culture (Macau), No. 19, 2d Series, 1994, 11-16.

Guillén Nuñez, César. Macao Streets. Hong Kong: Oxford University Press (China), 1999.

Gunn, Geoffrey C. Encountering Macau: A Portuguese City-State on the Periphery of China, 1557-1999. Transitions: Asia and Asian America Series. Boulder, Colorado: Westview Press, 1996.

Haberzettl, Peter, and Roderich Ptak. Macau: Geographie, Geschichte, Wirtschaft und Kultur. South China and Maritime Asia, 3. Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz, 1995.

Hing, Lo Shiu. Political Development in Macau. Hong Kong: Chinese University Press, 1995.

Li Fugen, "Macao: Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow," China Today [Beijing], 48, No. 12, December 1999, 32-35.

Liao, Darlene. "Macao Aims for a Turnaround," China Business Review, 26, No. 4, July-August 1999, 20-23.

"Macau." Pages 152-55 in Asia 2000 Yearbook: A Review of the Events of 1999. 41st ed. Hong Kong: Far Eastern Economic Review, December 1999.

"Macau." Pages 1010-19 in The Europa World Year Book, 2000,1. 41st ed. London: Europa, 2000.

Macau Economic Services. Research and Electronic Data Processing Department. Macau Economy: Selected Economic and Financial Indicators. Macau: July 11, 2000.

McGivering, Jill. Macao Remembers. Hong Kong: Oxford University Press (China), 1999.

Porter, Jonathan. Macau, The Imaginary City: Culture and Society, 1557 to the Present. New Perspectives in Asian Studies. Boulder, Colorado: Westview Press, 2000.

Roberts, Elfed Vaughan, Sum Ngai Ling, and Peter Bradshaw. Historical Dictionary of Hong Kong and Macau. Asian Historical Dictionaries, No. 10. Metuchen, New Jersey: Scarecrow Press, 1992.

Santos, Isaú. "Sino-Portuguese Relations via Macau in the 16th and 17th Centuries," Review of Culture (Macau), Nos. 7-8, October-March 1998-89, 3-11.

Shipp, Steve. Macau, China: A Political History of the Portuguese Colony's Transition to Chinese Rule. Jefferson, North Carolina: MacFarland, 1997.

Teixeira, Manuel. "The Macanese," Review of Culture (Macau), No. 20, 2d Series, 1994, 85-129.

United States. Central Intelligence Agency. The World Factbook, 1998. Washington: 1998.

World Radio TV Handbook, 52. Ed., Andrew G. Sennitt. Amsterdam: Billboard, 1998.

(The following web sites were used in the preparation of this appendix: http://www.macau.gov.mo/, the official web site of the Macau Special Administrative Region, which includes the Basic Law of Macau and other relevant statutes, and facts and figures about Macau; and http://www.economia.gov.mo, a government site that provides selected economic and financial indicators. Various issues of the following publications also were used: Asiaweek [Hong Kong], 1996-2000; China Daily [Beijing], 1996-2000; China Today [Beijing], 1999; the Economist Intelligence Unit's Country Report: Hong Kong, Macau [Hong Kong], 1996-99; and Far Eastern Economic Review [Hong Kong], 1995-99.)