Man in Macau

A man looks on towards the Sai Van bridge which links Macau with Taipa and Cotai as a Chinese flag (C, red) flaps in the wind in Macau on May 12, 2015. The former Portuguese colony saw its second-worst monthly casino revenue decline of 39 percent year-on-year for March, as China encourages its semi-autonomous territory to diversify from gambling and reins in high-rolling visitors from the Chinese mainland. The fall has mostly been attributed to a corruption crackdown spearheaded by Chinese President Xi Jinping, which has dented the VIP gaming market. AFP PHOTO / ANTHONY WALLACE

A man looks on towards the Sai Van bridge which links Macau with Taipa and Cotai as a Chinese flag (C, red) flaps in the wind in Macau on May 12, 2015. The former Portuguese colony saw its second-worst monthly casino revenue decline of 39 percent year-on-year for March, as China encourages its semi-autonomous territory to diversify from gambling and reins in high-rolling visitors from the Chinese mainland. The fall has mostly been attributed to a corruption crackdown spearheaded by Chinese President Xi Jinping, which has dented the VIP gaming market. AFP PHOTO / ANTHONY WALLACE

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