Anthony Bourdain

Where Cultures Converge: Macau’s Largo do Senado (Senado Square)

Posted on October 13, 2017

In Antony Bourdain’s No Reservations episode in Macau, the globetrotter described the tiny former Portuguese colony’s cultural heritage with great accuracy. “Macau…chances are if you’ve never been there, you’d have no idea what it might look like. For me it was always the place firecrackers came from. And little else. I was vaguely aware it was Chinese, kind of, and later I became aware that it was somehow Portuguese, too,” Bourdain began. “In fact it was settled by the PortugueseRead More

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