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City and special administrative region of the People's Republic of China in the western Pearl River Delta by the South China Sea. Wikipedia

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  • Government of Macau

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  • At present, the capital of Beijing hosts 172 embassies, 1 consulate and 3 representatives, excluding Hong Kong and Macau trade office.Beijing-Wikipedia
  • It was one of the last western colonial European powers to give up its overseas territories (among them Angola and Mozambique in 1975), turning over the administration of Macau to the People's Republic of China at the end of 1999.Portugal-Wikipedia
  • Portugal's last overseas and Asian colonial territory, Macau, was peacefully handed over to the People's Republic of China (PRC) on December 20, 1999, under the 1987 joint declaration that set the terms for Macau's handover from Portugal to the PRC.Portugal-Wikipedia
  • Hong Kong is on China's southern coast, 60 km east of Macau, on the east side of the mouth of the Pearl River estuary.Hong Kong-Wikipedia
  • Hong Kong and Macau, while historically parts of Guangdong before becoming colonies of the United Kingdom and Portugal, respectively, are special administrative regions (SARs).Guangdong-Wikipedia
  • It was first tested at the 2007 Asian Indoor Games in Macau and the first official tournaments were held at the 2009 Asian Youth Games and the 2010 Youth Olympics, both in Singapore.Basketball-Wikipedia

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