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Richard J. Garrett. The Defences of Macau: Forts, Ships and Weapons Over 450 Years. Hong Kong University Press. 2010. 276pp.

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Joćo de Pina-Cabral. Between China and Europe: Person, Culture, and Emotion in Macao. Berg. 2002. 256pp.

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