In recent years, China has promoted the “one Belt one road” policy and the development of the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Bay Area in order to supply Macau’s economic development with more room and drive. In these two schemes, Macau must grasp this opportunity and turn itself into an international hub for tourism and leisure as well as a platform for the economic operations between China and Lusophone countries. Approaching the travel opening of the HK-Zhuhai-Macau Bridge, we witness more and more opportunities within the pearl 3-hour economic circle and 1-hour living circle turning into reality, which will provide Macau’s business industry with new developmental trajectories. Simultaneously, China’s high-speed economic transition into a high value-added economy and increase of cultural and technological improvement brought on by such developments.
As an international stage showcasing China’s distinct charm, Macau’s recent development in the exhibition industry, is attracting enterprises form all over the world, creating obvious economic booms. The “one Belt one road” and Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Bay Area has created Macau ample opportunities to participate in foreign countries economic growth and to be exposed to foreign markets. Macau should take the sole advantage of its open market and strengthen its role as a platform for Sino-Portuguese business in order to develop into a livable, workable, travel-friendly and enjoyable city that reaches international standards.