Two girls learn to co-operate during gruelling 24-day race
A reality show is not real after all - that's what Aurelia Chenat and Sophie Teng found out after taking part in The Amazing Race Asia II.Thursday, 8 November, 2007, 12:00am
The urban jungle will be the setting for another new sports challenge this autumn.
Before the Central Rat Race on October 28 raises cash for the Mindset charity, another race called City Chase will be held next month.24 Aug 2007 - 12:00am
When Cathy Lee Kit-yee, human resources and administration manager for Fitness First (Hong Kong), plans an executive training programme for senior management, she makes sure the participants have no idea what to expect. At least, that is, until about two days before the course begins.21 Jul 2007 - 12:00am
IT HAS BEEN nearly three weeks since Tee Joe Jer and Zabrina Fernandez won the inaugural The Amazing Race Asia, but the congratulatory messages haven't stopped pouring in. The ebullient pair aren't complaining, though. 'We're used to people coming up to us and they've been so nice, complimenting us on what we've achieved,' says Fernandez.21 Feb 2007 - 12:00am
THE $100,000 PRIZE and limelight are attractions. But for Katie McGregor, the main reason for entering the Asian version of CBS' US reality-television show, The Amazing Race, is the nail-biting challenge.22 Mar 2006 - 12:00am
Due to overwhelming interest, the Amazing Race Asia has extended its deadline to March 31. SPE Networks (Asia), who are behind the Asian version of the hit reality show, says it has been inundated with entrants. General manager Ricky Ow said: 'So far, nearly 10,000 application forms have been downloaded from our website and we have seen some excellent audition videos.'16 Mar 2006 - 12:00am