Journal of Macau Studies
“Journal of Macau Studies” is a comprehensive academic journal with an objective of “Studying Macau and Committing to the Society”. It acts as a platform for the exchange of ideas related to Macau through sharing of papers, articles and information. It is edited and published in the cooperation of CMS and Macau Foundation and Dr. Wu Zhiliang and Prof. Agnes Lam are the editor-in-chief. “Journal of Macau Studies” was first published to the public in 1988. Nevertheless, in December 1999, it ceased publication after 13 issues and it was not until September 2002 that the quarterly journal was reissued. From 2004 onwards, “Journal of Macau Studies” was reformed to a bimonthly academic journal, meanwhile, aiming to provide a better space area for scholars, researchers and peers of all kinds to share their fruitful research results and thinking so as to let new ideas sparkle and to arouse new inspiration, by which hopefully devote to the development of academic researchers in Macau SAR.
Review Of Culture
“RC” is a quarterly magazine of cultural studies published by the Cultural Affairs Bureau (former Cultural Institute of Macao) in Chinese, Portuguese, and English. It was founded in the autumn of 1989. Its purpose is to promote cultural exchanges between East and West, to explore the unique personality of Macao and the history of Portugal in the East, and then to strengthen the close exchanges between China and Portugal; the contents include history, culture, literature, culture and other columns. From July 2018, the RC will be published by the Macau IC, edited by the Centre of Macau Studies of University of Macau. CMS will be responsible for the drafting, review, editing and production of RC.
The Journal of Contemporary Asia
The Journal of Contemporary Asia (JCA) is a peer-reviewed academic journal in the field of Asian studies. It was established in 1970 and is published quarterly by Routledge. It is currently edited by Kevin Hewison (Emeritus Professor, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill). One of its founders, Peter Limqueco is editor emeritus. The co-editors are Geoffrey Gunn (Emeritus Professor, Nagasaki University), Tak-Wing Ngo (University of Macau), Richard Westra (Nagoya University) and Toby Carroll (City University of Hong Kong).