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Macao Special Administrative [1]
Region of the People's
Republic of China
  • 中華人民共和國澳門特別行政區
  • Região Administrativa Especial de Macau da República Popular da China
Himno: 《義勇軍進行曲》
Yìhyúhnggwān Jeunhàhngkūk (Yale)
March of the Volunteers
Padurut king wanan manibat wanan a babo (clockwise from top right):Ruins of St. Paul's; Casino Lisboa; St Joseph Seminary Church; Governor Nobre de Carvalho Bridge; A-Ma Temple; Guia Fortress; Macau Tower.
Padurut king wanan manibat wanan a babo (clockwise from top right):
Ruins of St. Paul's; Casino Lisboa; St Joseph Seminary Church; Governor Nobre de Carvalho Bridge; A-Ma Temple; Guia Fortress; Macau Tower.
Opisyal a amanu
Spoken languages
Writing systems
Ethnic groups
Demonym Macanese
Kapamahalan Special administrative region
 -  Chief Executive Fernando Chui
 -  Administration and Justice Secretary Florinda Chan
 -  Court President Sam Hou Fai
 -  Assembly President Lau Cheok Va
Establishment
 -  Portuguese administration 1557 
 -  Portuguese colony 1 December 1887 
 -  Transfer of
sovereignty
20 December 1999 
Lapad
 -  Total 29.5 km2 (235th)
11.39 sq mi 
 -  Water (%) 0
Populasyun
 -  2012a estimate 568,700[3] (167th)
 -  2011 census 552,503[4] (167th)
 -  Density 18,568/km2 (1st)
48,092/sq mi
GDP (PPP) 2011 estimate
 -  Total US$47.19 billion (98th)
 -  Per capita US$82,400 (4th)
GDP (nominal) 2012 [5] estimate
 -  Total US$44.300 billion (98th)
 -  Per capita US$77,353 (4th)
HDI (2007) Steady 0.944[6]
very high ·25th
Currency Macanese pataca (MOP)
Time zone MST (UTC+8)
 -  Summer (DST) not observed (UTC)
Drives on the left
Calling code +853
ISO 3166 code MO
Internet TLD .mo
a. Second quarter.
Macau
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Chinese name
Traditional Chinese 澳門
Simplified Chinese 澳门
Cantonese Jyutping ou3mun4*2
Cantonese Yale Oumùhn
Hanyu Pinyin Àomén
Literal meaning Bay gate
Macao Special Administrative Region
Traditional Chinese 澳門特別行政區 (or 澳門特區)
Simplified Chinese 澳门特别行政区 (or 澳门特区)
Portuguese name
Portuguese Região Administrativa Especial de Macau for "Macau Special Administrative Region"
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Ing Macau (traditional Chinese: 澳門), a misusulat muring Macao (play /məˈk/), metung ya kareng adwang special administratibung labuad (special administrative regions) ning Maldang Republika ning Tsina (PRC), bukud king Hong Kong. Atyu ing Macau king gilid nang albugan (western side) ning Pearl River Delta katulid ning Hong Kong king aslagan, at kalele ne ning lalawigan ning Guangdong king pangulu, at makayarap king Dayatmalat ning Mauling Tsina (South China Sea) king aslagan ampong mauli.[7] Mamasa yang maragul ing ekonomiya ning teritoryu king sugal ampong turismu, oneng atin muring sektor a industrial.

Notes[mag-edit | edit source]

  1. Antimong misusulat king Chinese text ning Macau emblem, ing tekstung Macao Basic Law, ampo ing Macao Government Website, ing kumpletung lagyu ning teritoryu, Macao Special Administrative Region of the People's Republic of China ya. Nanupata, ing convention a "Macao Special Administrative Region", "Macao" ampong "Macau" malyari la mu namang gamitan.
  2. Agpang king Macau Basic Law deng opisyal a amanu ila pin deng "Chinese and Portuguese." E na sasabyang malino nung nanu ing amanwan na king "Chinese". Lipat ning Mandarin ampong Simplified Chinese characters la reng mitutuldu king pamagsalita ampong pamanyulat king mainland China, deng Cantonese ampong Traditional Chinese characters deng maluat nang de facto standards king Macau.
  3. Demographic Statistics for the 2nd Quarter 2012. Statistics and Census Service. Macao SAR Government. Retrieved on 10 August 2012.
  4. Results of 2011 Population Census. Statistics and Census Service. Macao SAR Government. Retrieved on 14 August 2012.
  5. CIA World Factbook
  6. Macao in Figures 2010. Statistics and Census Service, Macau SAR (2010). Retrieved on 1 July 2010.
  7. Macau Yearbook 2007, 475.

Dalerayan[mag-edit | edit source]

  • Fung, Bong Yin (1999). Macau: A General Introduction (in Chinese). Joint Publishing (H.K.) Co. Ltd.. ISBN 962-04-1642-2. 
  • Chan, S. S. (2000). The Macau Economy. Publications Centre, University of Macau. ISBN 99937-26-03-6. 
  • Godinho, Jorge (2007). Macau business law and legal system. LexisNexis, Hong Kong. ISBN 978-962-8937-27-1. 
  • Government Information Bureau (2007). Macau Yearbook 2007. Government Information Bureau of the Macau SAR. ISBN 978-99937-56-09-5. 

Karagdagang babasan[mag-edit | edit source]

  • Cremer (Editor) (1988). Macau: City of Commerce and Culture. Univ of Washington Pr. ISBN 0-295-96608-4. 
  • Berlie, Jean A. (1999). Macao 2000. Oxford University Press editor, Oxford, United Kingdom. ISBN 0-19-592074-0. 
  • Berlie, Jean A. (2000). Macau's overview at the turn of the century. St. John's University Institute of Asian Studies editor, New York. 
  • De Pina-Cabral (2002). Between China and Europe: Person, Culture and Emotion in Macau. Berg Publishers. ISBN 0-8264-5749-5. 
  • Eayrs, James (2003). Macau Foreign Policy and Government Guide. International Business Publications, USA. ISBN 0-7397-6451-9. 

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