The photo above gives some idea of the tourist traffic in and around St. Paul’s facade.
The following two photos are of the narrow street leading from the remaining facade of St. Paul’s to Senado Square.
The layout of the tiles in Senado Square, in the middle of the touristy area of Macau, gave a tromp d’oeil feeling of an uneven plaza. The ground is perfectly level but even the pictures are deceiving. I don’t know if the phone holder is taking a ‘selfie’ or a shot of the plaza.
This next “street photo” was taken in Zhuhai near the Fisher Girl, similar to a photo from a couple of posts ago, except that a beggar has been added to the scene. We did see beggars at some tourist sites, but not very many.
The following photo is an orphan, not having any relatives in any other post. We thought the red jacket might have belonged to Mao (?)
And finally, a shot of an ad for a CANADIAN English language school. It was a bit of a surprise to me to learn recently that in Prince Edward Island, Canada, where I live, the most-spoken language after English and French is Chinese. After thinking about it for a while, I’m not really surprised at all!