Neil Gough: A loss for words in ‘boring’ Macau

From the South China Morning Post, via AsiaMedia:

Today, the enclave’s 460,000 residents are served by eight Chinese and three Portuguese daily newspapers, five Chinese and one Portuguese weeklies, an English daily and dozens of magazine titles; all this on top of a raft of publications imported from Hong Kong and the mainland. Each morning, street -side newsstands are piled high with up to 20 different daily papers.

On the face of it, the media market would appear to be booming in line with the general economic headiness in Macau. In fact, the opposite is true.

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