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  1. Sophia Floersch before her Macau horror crash

    Shocking Macau racing car accident rings safety alarm bells

    Questions are being asked about safety standards in motorsports after a horrifying crash at the Macau Grand Prix on Sunday led to a 17-year-old ...
  2. Sophia Floersch

    Motor Racing: Teen driver in hours-long surgery after Macau GP crash

  3. International Automobile Federation president Jean Todt has himself participated in the rally eight

    Motor racing: FIA promises probe into Macau aerial crash

  4. Hong Kong residents on a day tour to Zhuhai snap selfies

    Taking a bus across the world's longest sea bridge: A correspondent's view

    Channel NewsAsia's Wei Du was one of the first people to travel along the world's longest sea bridge. She found that while the structure is ...
  5. Passengers leave the departure hall in Hong Kong to travel on the Hong Kong-Macau-Zhuhai Bridge on

    Travellers make first journeys on Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macau mega bridge

    The world's longest sea bridge connecting Hong Kong, Macau and mainland China opened to traffic Wednesday, with excited travellers making their ...
  6. Chinese President Xi Jinping attends the opening ceremony of the Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macau bridge in Z

    China's Xi opens world's longest sea bridge linking Hong Kong, Macau

    Chinese leader Xi Jinping opened one of the world's longest bridges on Tuesday, during a tour to southern China that is seen by some as an ...
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    China's Xi opens world's longest sea bridge linking Hong Kong, Macau

  8. Lisboeta resort project introduced during a news conference in Macau

    Macau billionaire revives dormant theme park project, without theme park

    The son of billionaire Macau casino magnate Stanley Ho on Thursday announced the revival of an entertainment project left dormant for eight years, ...
  9. FILE PHOTO: The Court of Final Appeal (bottom right) is seen located beside the Legislative Assembl

    In Macau, Portuguese elites feel squeezed out by Chinese influence