Pedro José Lobo

A man’s love for Macau

Pedro J. Lobo 1892-1965

A biography of P. J. Lobo, the businessman and philanthropist who also served as Macau’s Director of Economic Services is being written by his grandson, Marco Lobo.

Commissioned by the International Institute of Macau (IIM) the book covers the life and times of one of Macau’s greatest sons.

Born in Timor in 1892, Pedro Lobo was sent to Macau for schooling at the age of 9. From then his love for the former Portuguese colony grew and he lived there his entire life, helping to guide Macau through some of its darkest years.

Please feel free to leave your comments and to visit this page for updates about the release date of this book, expected to be at the end of 2019.


Filed under Observations: Writing, Observations: Writing, History, Travel and Culture

3 responses to “Pedro José Lobo

  1. fspub2015

    Congratulations, Marco!

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  3. Run

    Not having read your book, but I am interested in it.
    Could I ask you something about your mother? Your mother, I suppose she was Margaret Choa. Do you know her Chinsee name? and Was your maternal grandmother the daughter of Emanuel Raphael Belilios?

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