Does Hong Kong Marathon’s surge in popularity since 1997 reflect city’s changing attitude to sport?

That was 1996 and to hear Hung recount the tale in the same office on the 32nd floor of the bank’s HQ in Central, sport was something of a mystery to the people of Hong Kong “with the exception of horse racing and mahjong”. A lot has changed since …
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