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Geoffrey C. Gunn on TDM Talk Show
Macau’s unique blend of Portuguese, European, and Asian cultures has fascinated historians and other social scientists for some time and this week’s guest on TDM Talk Show is one such person.
Professor Geoffrey C. Gunn, author of “Encountering Macau, A Portuguese City-state on the Periphery of China” was captured by the history of the Territory several years ago.
Gunn is an educator and writer currently based in Nagasaki, Japan and has been teaching at the University of Nagasaki for 15 years.
This week he is in Macau to take part in the first International Conference on Macaology, at the University of Macau.
He has also been doing research on Singapore, East Timor and the interchange between Europe and East Asia throughout the history. In Macau he also published “Timor Loro Sae: 500 years”, the first book-length history of Timor.
The Talk Show will be aired tonight at 8 pm and again tomorrow at 11:30 pm.
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