THE Peter Sellers Story:
The Peter Sellers Story Pt1 from Peter Lydon on Vimeo.

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AMADEO de Souza Cardoso, talvez o artista português mais extraordinário do século passado. Um talento febril, visível não apenas nas pinturas, mas também nas cartas citadas neste documentário:
Documentário "Amadeo de Souza-Cardoso - At the Pace of Restlessness" (complete with English subtitles) from Panavideo on Vimeo.

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Xi Jinping’s message to Macau

XI Jinping’s visit to Macau to host the swearing- in ceremony of the MSAR’s new government attested again to his popularity in China. According to a recent survey cited by the Washington Post, he may even be the most popular political leader in the world.
The Chinese president ranked first amongst ten leaders studied by Japanese firm GMO’s survey, coming ahead of India’s new prime minister Narendra Modi and German chancellor Angela Merkel.
Of course that popularity can be partly explained by geopolitics, as Anthony Saich, of the Kennedy School’s Ash Center for Democratic Governance, told the Washington paper. According to Saich, citizens in democratic countries, where politics is more contested and the press is free, tend to be more critical of their leaders and policies than in, “those nations where politics is less contested.”

(My column this week, read more here)

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ARTIGO no Jornal de Negócios sobre Macau:

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(Foto PB)
MY latest column is about the Macau Grand Prix: It was announced last week that the FIA World Touring Car Championship (WTCC) would not be returning to Macau next year. The decision was made by the FIA World Motorsport Council, who met in Doha, Qatar. Coincidentally, the Council awarded the final race of the championship to Qatar (to take place at night, like the Singapore F1 GP) instead of Macau, where the world title was decided so many times.
(Read more here)

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Nothing new under the sun

DURING a recent Legislative Assembly plenary meeting, the Chief Executive reviewed the government’s performance over the last five years.  The conclusion was made that the government has achieved its goals “in all aspects” and that “Macau has enhanced its sustainable comprehensive strength, maintained social stability and improved the overall quality of life of its people.”
(My column published in MDT, more here

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