Now It's Macau That's Mad at China

Spreading protests in Macau and Hong Kong are a harbinger of China's own future if it doesn't get its economic disparities under control.
Letting them eat cake isn't an option.

As China struggles to bring Hong Kong to heel, it suddenly has another problem child on its hands: Macau, the tiny island-state on China's south coast that serves as Asia's Las Vegas.

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