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EN_01372333_0129 AFP
This AFPTV screen grab from a video made on February 14, 2019 shows beekeeper Yip Ki-hok, 62, using his hands to delicately extract a section of a honey-filled bees nest on a hillside in Hong Kong. - High up in the hills above Hong Kong, Yip Ki-hok uses nothing but his bare hands to remove a honey-filled nest of swarming bees -- a remarkable skill he learned after the hardship of China's famine years. (Photo by Yan ZHAO / AFPTV / AFP) / To go with AFP story Hong Kong-lifestyle-food,FEATURE by Catherine Lai
To go with AFP story Hong Kong-lifestyle-food,FEATURE by Catherine Lai
EN_01372333_0130 AFP
This photo taken on February 14, 2019 shows beekeeper Yip Ki-hok, 62, trekking past residential buildings up towards a hillside in search of a honey filled bees nest in Hong Kong. - High up in the hills above Hong Kong, Yip Ki-hok uses nothing but his bare hands to remove a honey-filled nest of swarming bees -- a remarkable skill he learned after the hardship of China's famine years. (Photo by Anthony WALLACE / AFP) / To go with AFP story Hong Kong-lifestyle-food,FEATURE by Catherine Lai
To go with AFP story Hong Kong-lifestyle-food,FEATURE by Catherine Lai
EN_01372333_0131 AFP
This photo taken on February 14, 2019 shows a framed honey comb with bee larvae after beekeeper Yip Ki-hok, 62, extracted it from a hive on a hillside in Hong Kong. - High up in the hills above Hong Kong, Yip Ki-hok uses nothing but his bare hands to remove a honey-filled nest of swarming bees -- a remarkable skill he learned after the hardship of China's famine years. (Photo by Anthony WALLACE / AFP) / To go with AFP story Hong Kong-lifestyle-food,FEATURE by Catherine Lai
To go with AFP story Hong Kong-lifestyle-food,FEATURE by Catherine Lai
EN_01372333_0143 AFP
This photo taken on February 14, 2019 shows beekeeper Yip Ki-hok, 62, (L) and his son Hugo trekking through dense thickets up towards a hillside in search of a honey-filled bees nest in Hong Kong. - High up in the hills above Hong Kong, Yip Ki-hok uses nothing but his bare hands to remove a honey-filled nest of swarming bees -- a remarkable skill he learned after the hardship of China's famine years. (Photo by Anthony WALLACE / AFP) / To go with AFP story Hong Kong-lifestyle-food,FEATURE by Catherine Lai
To go with AFP story Hong Kong-lifestyle-food,FEATURE by Catherine Lai
EN_01372333_0144 AFP
This photo taken on February 14, 2019 shows beekeeper Yip Ki-hok, 62, trekking through thick bushes on a hillside in search of a honey-filled bees nest in Hong Kong. - High up in the hills above Hong Kong, Yip Ki-hok uses nothing but his bare hands to remove a honey-filled nest of swarming bees -- a remarkable skill he learned after the hardship of China's famine years. (Photo by Anthony WALLACE / AFP) / To go with AFP story Hong Kong-lifestyle-food,FEATURE by Catherine Lai
To go with AFP story Hong Kong-lifestyle-food,FEATURE by Catherine Lai
EN_01372333_0145 AFP
This photo taken on February 14, 2019 shows beekeeper Yip Ki-hok, 62, using the full reach of his arm to remove a honey-filled bees nest on a hillside in Hong Kong. - High up in the hills above Hong Kong, Yip Ki-hok uses nothing but his bare hands to remove a honey-filled nest of swarming bees -- a remarkable skill he learned after the hardship of China's famine years. (Photo by Anthony WALLACE / AFP) / To go with AFP story Hong Kong-lifestyle-food,FEATURE by Catherine Lai
To go with AFP story Hong Kong-lifestyle-food,FEATURE by Catherine Lai
EN_01372333_0146 AFP
This photo taken on February 14, 2019 shows beekeeper Yip Ki-hok, 62, (R) passing a drawstring bag full of bees to his son Hugo (L) after he removed their honey-filled bees nest from a hillside using his bare hands in Hong Kong. - High up in the hills above Hong Kong, Yip Ki-hok uses nothing but his bare hands to remove a honey-filled nest of swarming bees -- a remarkable skill he learned after the hardship of China's famine years. (Photo by Anthony WALLACE / AFP) / To go with AFP story Hong Kong-lifestyle-food,FEATURE by Catherine Lai
To go with AFP story Hong Kong-lifestyle-food,FEATURE by Catherine Lai
EN_01372333_0147 AFP
This photo taken on February 14, 2019 shows beekeeper Yip Ki-hok, 62, using a metal pole to support a bucket of honeycombs (behind him) and drawstring bags containing bees (front) after removing their honey-filled nests from a hillside as he returns to his apiary through thick bushes in Hong Kong. - High up in the hills above Hong Kong, Yip Ki-hok uses nothing but his bare hands to remove a honey-filled nest of swarming bees -- a remarkable skill he learned after the hardship of China's famine years. (Photo by Anthony WALLACE / AFP) / To go with AFP story Hong Kong-lifestyle-food,FEATURE by Catherine Lai
To go with AFP story Hong Kong-lifestyle-food,FEATURE by Catherine Lai
EN_01372333_0148 AFP
This photo taken on February 14, 2019 shows beekeeper Yip Ki-hok, 62, scales to weigh a bucket of honeycombs at his apiary in Hong Kong, after he removed the honey-filled nest from a hillside using his bare hands. - High up in the hills above Hong Kong, Yip Ki-hok uses nothing but his bare hands to remove a honey-filled nest of swarming bees -- a remarkable skill he learned after the hardship of China's famine years. (Photo by Anthony WALLACE / AFP) / To go with AFP story Hong Kong-lifestyle-food,FEATURE by Catherine Lai
To go with AFP story Hong Kong-lifestyle-food,FEATURE by Catherine Lai
EN_01372333_0149 AFP
This photo taken on February 14, 2019 shows beekeeper Yip Ki-hok, 62, placing a newly framed honeycomb into a Langstroth hive at his apiary in Hong Kong, after he removed the honey-filled bees nest from a hillside using his bare hands. - High up in the hills above Hong Kong, Yip Ki-hok uses nothing but his bare hands to remove a honey-filled nest of swarming bees -- a remarkable skill he learned after the hardship of China's famine years. (Photo by Anthony WALLACE / AFP) / To go with AFP story Hong Kong-lifestyle-food,FEATURE by Catherine Lai
To go with AFP story Hong Kong-lifestyle-food,FEATURE by Catherine Lai
EN_01372333_0150 AFP
This photo taken on February 14, 2019 shows beekeeper Yip Ki-hok, 62, pulls out handfuls of bees from a drawstring bag before placing them into a Langstroth hive at his apiary in Hong Kong, after he removed their honey-filled nest from a hillside using his bare hands. - High up in the hills above Hong Kong, Yip Ki-hok uses nothing but his bare hands to remove a honey-filled nest of swarming bees -- a remarkable skill he learned after the hardship of China's famine years. (Photo by Anthony WALLACE / AFP) / To go with AFP story Hong Kong-lifestyle-food,FEATURE by Catherine Lai
To go with AFP story Hong Kong-lifestyle-food,FEATURE by Catherine Lai
EN_01372333_0151 AFP
This photo taken on February 14, 2019 shows beekeeper Yip Ki-hok, 62, pulls out handfuls of bees from a drawstring bag before placing them into a Langstroth hive at his apiary in Hong Kong, after he removed their honey-filled nest from a hillside using his bare hands. - High up in the hills above Hong Kong, Yip Ki-hok uses nothing but his bare hands to remove a honey-filled nest of swarming bees -- a remarkable skill he learned after the hardship of China's famine years. (Photo by Anthony WALLACE / AFP) / To go with AFP story Hong Kong-lifestyle-food,FEATURE by Catherine Lai
To go with AFP story Hong Kong-lifestyle-food,FEATURE by Catherine Lai
EN_01372333_0152 AFP
This photo taken on February 14, 2019 shows beekeeper Yip Ki-hok, 62, eating a small section of a honeycomb after he used his bare hands to remove a honey-filled nest of swarming bees from a hillside in Hong Kong. - High up in the hills above Hong Kong, Yip Ki-hok uses nothing but his bare hands to remove a honey-filled nest of swarming bees -- a remarkable skill he learned after the hardship of China's famine years. (Photo by Anthony WALLACE / AFP) / To go with AFP story Hong Kong-lifestyle-food,FEATURE by Catherine Lai
To go with AFP story Hong Kong-lifestyle-food,FEATURE by Catherine Lai
EN_01372333_0153 AFP
This photo taken on February 14, 2019 shows beekeeper Yip Ki-hok, 62, holding the queen bee (C) of a colony after he removed its honey-filled nest using his bare hands from a hillside in Hong Kong. - High up in the hills above Hong Kong, Yip Ki-hok uses nothing but his bare hands to remove a honey-filled nest of swarming bees -- a remarkable skill he learned after the hardship of China's famine years. (Photo by Anthony WALLACE / AFP) / To go with AFP story Hong Kong-lifestyle-food,FEATURE by Catherine Lai
To go with AFP story Hong Kong-lifestyle-food,FEATURE by Catherine Lai
EN_01372333_0159 AFP
This photo taken on February 14, 2019 shows beekeeper Yip Ki-hok, 62, (R) preparing incense sticks to placate bees in a honey-filled nest as his son Hugo (L) looks up towards him while sitting amongst thick bushes on a hillside in Hong Kong. - High up in the hills above Hong Kong, Yip Ki-hok uses nothing but his bare hands to remove a honey-filled nest of swarming bees -- a remarkable skill he learned after the hardship of China's famine years. (Photo by Anthony WALLACE / AFP) / To go with AFP story Hong Kong-lifestyle-food,FEATURE by Catherine Lai
To go with AFP story Hong Kong-lifestyle-food,FEATURE by Catherine Lai
EN_01372333_0160 AFP
This photo taken on February 14, 2019 shows beekeeper Yip Ki-hok, 62, using his bare hands to delicately remove a section of a honey-filled bees nest on a hillside in Hong Kong. - High up in the hills above Hong Kong, Yip Ki-hok uses nothing but his bare hands to remove a honey-filled nest of swarming bees -- a remarkable skill he learned after the hardship of China's famine years. (Photo by Anthony WALLACE / AFP) / To go with AFP story Hong Kong-lifestyle-food,FEATURE by Catherine Lai
To go with AFP story Hong Kong-lifestyle-food,FEATURE by Catherine Lai
EN_01372333_0161 AFP
This photo taken on February 14, 2019 shows bees on the hands of beekeeper Yip Ki-hok, 62, after he removed their honey-filled nest from a hillside using his bare hands in Hong Kong. - High up in the hills above Hong Kong, Yip Ki-hok uses nothing but his bare hands to remove a honey-filled nest of swarming bees -- a remarkable skill he learned after the hardship of China's famine years. (Photo by Anthony WALLACE / AFP) / To go with AFP story Hong Kong-lifestyle-food,FEATURE by Catherine Lai
To go with AFP story Hong Kong-lifestyle-food,FEATURE by Catherine Lai
EN_01372333_0162 AFP
This photo taken on February 14, 2019 shows a honey filled bees-nest on a hillside in Hong Kong, before beekeeper Yip Ki-hok, 62, removes it with his bare hands. - High up in the hills above Hong Kong, Yip Ki-hok uses nothing but his bare hands to remove a honey-filled nest of swarming bees -- a remarkable skill he learned after the hardship of China's famine years. (Photo by Anthony WALLACE / AFP) / To go with AFP story Hong Kong-lifestyle-food,FEATURE by Catherine Lai
To go with AFP story Hong Kong-lifestyle-food,FEATURE by Catherine Lai
EN_01372333_0163 AFP
This photo taken on February 14, 2019 shows beekeeper Yip Ki-hok, 62, blowing bees off a honeycomb after removing their honey-filled nest on a hillside in Hong Kong. - High up in the hills above Hong Kong, Yip Ki-hok uses nothing but his bare hands to remove a honey-filled nest of swarming bees -- a remarkable skill he learned after the hardship of China's famine years. (Photo by Anthony WALLACE / AFP) / To go with AFP story Hong Kong-lifestyle-food,FEATURE by Catherine Lai
To go with AFP story Hong Kong-lifestyle-food,FEATURE by Catherine Lai
EN_01372333_0164 AFP
This photo taken on February 14, 2019 shows beekeeper Yip Ki-hok, 62, (R) passing a honeycomb to his son Hugo (L) after he removed the honey-filled bees nest from a hillside using his bare hands in Hong Kong. - High up in the hills above Hong Kong, Yip Ki-hok uses nothing but his bare hands to remove a honey-filled nest of swarming bees -- a remarkable skill he learned after the hardship of China's famine years. (Photo by Anthony WALLACE / AFP) / To go with AFP story Hong Kong-lifestyle-food,FEATURE by Catherine Lai
To go with AFP story Hong Kong-lifestyle-food,FEATURE by Catherine Lai
EN_01372333_0165 AFP
This photo taken on February 14, 2019 shows beekeeper Yip Ki-hok, 62, using a metal pole to support a bucket of honeycombs (behind him) and drawstring bags containing bees (front) after removing their honey-filled nests from a hillside as he returns to his apiary through thick bushes in Hong Kong. - High up in the hills above Hong Kong, Yip Ki-hok uses nothing but his bare hands to remove a honey-filled nest of swarming bees -- a remarkable skill he learned after the hardship of China's famine years. (Photo by Anthony WALLACE / AFP) / To go with AFP story Hong Kong-lifestyle-food,FEATURE by Catherine Lai
To go with AFP story Hong Kong-lifestyle-food,FEATURE by Catherine Lai
EN_01372333_0166 AFP
This photo taken on February 14, 2019 shows beekeeper Yip Ki-hok, 62, using a metal pole to support a blue bucket of honeycombs and drawstring bags containing bees after removing their honey-filled nests from a hillside, as he returns to his apiary on a pathway below the Ten Thousand Buddhas Monastery (top) in Hong Kong. - High up in the hills above Hong Kong, Yip Ki-hok uses nothing but his bare hands to remove a honey-filled nest of swarming bees -- a remarkable skill he learned after the hardship of China's famine years. (Photo by Anthony WALLACE / AFP) / To go with AFP story Hong Kong-lifestyle-food,FEATURE by Catherine Lai
To go with AFP story Hong Kong-lifestyle-food,FEATURE by Catherine Lai
EN_01372333_0168 AFP
This photo taken on February 14, 2019 shows beekeeper Yip Ki-hok, 62, framing a honey comb at his apiary in Hong Kong, after he removed the honey-filled nest from a hillside using his bare hands. - High up in the hills above Hong Kong, Yip Ki-hok uses nothing but his bare hands to remove a honey-filled nest of swarming bees -- a remarkable skill he learned after the hardship of China's famine years. (Photo by Anthony WALLACE / AFP) / To go with AFP story Hong Kong-lifestyle-food,FEATURE by Catherine Lai
To go with AFP story Hong Kong-lifestyle-food,FEATURE by Catherine Lai
EN_01372333_0169 AFP
This photo taken on February 14, 2019 shows beekeeper Yip Ki-hok, 62, framing a honey comb with bee larvae (C) on it at his apiary in Hong Kong, after he removed the honey-filled nest from a hillside using his bare hands. - High up in the hills above Hong Kong, Yip Ki-hok uses nothing but his bare hands to remove a honey-filled nest of swarming bees -- a remarkable skill he learned after the hardship of China's famine years. (Photo by Anthony WALLACE / AFP) / To go with AFP story Hong Kong-lifestyle-food,FEATURE by Catherine Lai
To go with AFP story Hong Kong-lifestyle-food,FEATURE by Catherine Lai
EN_01372333_0170 AFP
This photo taken on February 14, 2019 shows beekeeper Yip Ki-hok, 62, holding a Langstroth hive at his apiary in Hong Kong, after he removed a honey-filled bees nest from a hillside using his bare hands. - High up in the hills above Hong Kong, Yip Ki-hok uses nothing but his bare hands to remove a honey-filled nest of swarming bees -- a remarkable skill he learned after the hardship of China's famine years. (Photo by Anthony WALLACE / AFP) / To go with AFP story Hong Kong-lifestyle-food,FEATURE by Catherine Lai
To go with AFP story Hong Kong-lifestyle-food,FEATURE by Catherine Lai
EN_01372333_0136 AFP
This photo taken on December 28, 2018 shows bees hovering next to a framed honeycomb at the apiary of beekeeper Yip Ki-hok, 62, in Hong Kong. - High up in the hills above Hong Kong, Yip Ki-hok uses nothing but his bare hands to remove a honey-filled nest of swarming bees -- a remarkable skill he learned after the hardship of China's famine years. (Photo by Anthony WALLACE / AFP) / To go with AFP story Hong Kong-lifestyle-food,FEATURE by Catherine Lai
To go with AFP story Hong Kong-lifestyle-food,FEATURE by Catherine Lai
EN_01372333_0137 AFP
This photo taken on December 28, 2018 shows bees on a framed honeycomb at beekeeper Yip Ki-hok's apiary in Hong Kong. - High up in the hills above Hong Kong, Yip Ki-hok uses nothing but his bare hands to remove a honey-filled nest of swarming bees -- a remarkable skill he learned after the hardship of China's famine years. (Photo by Anthony WALLACE / AFP) / To go with AFP story Hong Kong-lifestyle-food,FEATURE by Catherine Lai
To go with AFP story Hong Kong-lifestyle-food,FEATURE by Catherine Lai
EN_01372333_0138 AFP
This photo taken on December 28, 2018 shows bees on a framed honeycomb at beekeeper Yip Ki-hok's apiary in Hong Kong. - High up in the hills above Hong Kong, Yip Ki-hok uses nothing but his bare hands to remove a honey-filled nest of swarming bees -- a remarkable skill he learned after the hardship of China's famine years. (Photo by Anthony WALLACE / AFP) / To go with AFP story Hong Kong-lifestyle-food,FEATURE by Catherine Lai
To go with AFP story Hong Kong-lifestyle-food,FEATURE by Catherine Lai
EN_01372333_0139 AFP
This photo taken on December 28, 2018 shows beekeeper Yip Ki-hok, 62, holding a framed honeycomb above a Langstroth hive at his apiary in Hong Kong. - High up in the hills above Hong Kong, Yip Ki-hok uses nothing but his bare hands to remove a honey-filled nest of swarming bees -- a remarkable skill he learned after the hardship of China's famine years. (Photo by Anthony WALLACE / AFP) / To go with AFP story Hong Kong-lifestyle-food,FEATURE by Catherine Lai
To go with AFP story Hong Kong-lifestyle-food,FEATURE by Catherine Lai
EN_01372333_0140 AFP
This photo taken on December 28, 2018 shows beekeeper Yip Ki-hok, 62, holding a framed honeycomb at his apiary in Hong Kong. - High up in the hills above Hong Kong, Yip Ki-hok uses nothing but his bare hands to remove a honey-filled nest of swarming bees -- a remarkable skill he learned after the hardship of China's famine years. (Photo by Anthony WALLACE / AFP) / To go with AFP story Hong Kong-lifestyle-food,FEATURE by Catherine Lai
To go with AFP story Hong Kong-lifestyle-food,FEATURE by Catherine Lai
EN_01372333_0141 AFP
This photo taken on December 28, 2018 shows beekeeper Yip Ki-hok, 62, slicing off surface wax from a framed honeycomb before hand spinning it in a metal drum to extract the honey from it at his apiary in Hong Kong. - High up in the hills above Hong Kong, Yip Ki-hok uses nothing but his bare hands to remove a honey-filled nest of swarming bees -- a remarkable skill he learned after the hardship of China's famine years. (Photo by Anthony WALLACE / AFP) / To go with AFP story Hong Kong-lifestyle-food,FEATURE by Catherine Lai
To go with AFP story Hong Kong-lifestyle-food,FEATURE by Catherine Lai
EN_01372333_0142 AFP
This photo taken on December 28, 2018 shows beekeeper Yip Ki-hok, 62, using a metal drum to hand spin framed honeycombs in order to extract honey at his apiary in Hong Kong. - High up in the hills above Hong Kong, Yip Ki-hok uses nothing but his bare hands to remove a honey-filled nest of swarming bees -- a remarkable skill he learned after the hardship of China's famine years. (Photo by Anthony WALLACE / AFP) / To go with AFP story Hong Kong-lifestyle-food,FEATURE by Catherine Lai
To go with AFP story Hong Kong-lifestyle-food,FEATURE by Catherine Lai
EN_01372333_0154 AFP
This photo taken on December 28, 2018 shows beekeeper Yip Ki-hok, 62, holding a framed honeycomb at his apiary in Hong Kong. - High up in the hills above Hong Kong, Yip Ki-hok uses nothing but his bare hands to remove a honey-filled nest of swarming bees -- a remarkable skill he learned after the hardship of China's famine years. (Photo by Anthony WALLACE / AFP) / To go with AFP story Hong Kong-lifestyle-food,FEATURE by Catherine Lai
To go with AFP story Hong Kong-lifestyle-food,FEATURE by Catherine Lai
EN_01372333_0155 AFP
This photo taken on December 28, 2018 shows bees on a framed honeycomb at beekeeper Yip Ki-hok's apiary in Hong Kong. - High up in the hills above Hong Kong, Yip Ki-hok uses nothing but his bare hands to remove a honey-filled nest of swarming bees -- a remarkable skill he learned after the hardship of China's famine years. (Photo by Anthony WALLACE / AFP) / To go with AFP story Hong Kong-lifestyle-food,FEATURE by Catherine Lai
To go with AFP story Hong Kong-lifestyle-food,FEATURE by Catherine Lai
EN_01372333_0156 AFP
This photo taken on December 28, 2018 shows beekeeper Yip Ki-hok, 62, pouring freshly extracted honey from a honeycomb spinner drum as his son Hugo (R) filters it into a plastic jug at their apiary in Hong Kong. - High up in the hills above Hong Kong, Yip Ki-hok uses nothing but his bare hands to remove a honey-filled nest of swarming bees -- a remarkable skill he learned after the hardship of China's famine years. (Photo by Anthony WALLACE / AFP) / To go with AFP story Hong Kong-lifestyle-food,FEATURE by Catherine Lai
To go with AFP story Hong Kong-lifestyle-food,FEATURE by Catherine Lai
EN_01372333_0157 AFP
This photo taken on December 28, 2018 shows honey resting at the bottom of a metal drum after beekeeper Yip Ki-hok, 62, used it to hand spin framed honeycombs at his apiary in Hong Kong. - High up in the hills above Hong Kong, Yip Ki-hok uses nothing but his bare hands to remove a honey-filled nest of swarming bees -- a remarkable skill he learned after the hardship of China's famine years. (Photo by Anthony WALLACE / AFP) / To go with AFP story Hong Kong-lifestyle-food,FEATURE by Catherine Lai
To go with AFP story Hong Kong-lifestyle-food,FEATURE by Catherine Lai
EN_01372333_0158 AFP
This photo taken on December 28, 2018 shows beekeeper Yip Ki-hok, 62, (L) pouring freshly extracted honey from a honeycomb spinner drum as his son Hugo filters it into a jug at their apiary in Hong Kong. - High up in the hills above Hong Kong, Yip Ki-hok uses nothing but his bare hands to remove a honey-filled nest of swarming bees -- a remarkable skill he learned after the hardship of China's famine years. (Photo by Anthony WALLACE / AFP) / To go with AFP story Hong Kong-lifestyle-food,FEATURE by Catherine Lai
To go with AFP story Hong Kong-lifestyle-food,FEATURE by Catherine Lai
EN_01372333_0171 AFP
This photo taken on December 28, 2018 shows Hugo, the son of beekeeper Yip Ki-hok, 62, holding a jug of honey at their apiary in Hong Kong, after pouring it from a metal drum which they used to spin framed honeycombs in order to extract the honey. - High up in the hills above Hong Kong, Yip Ki-hok uses nothing but his bare hands to remove a honey-filled nest of swarming bees -- a remarkable skill he learned after the hardship of China's famine years. (Photo by Anthony WALLACE / AFP) / To go with AFP story Hong Kong-lifestyle-food,FEATURE by Catherine Lai
To go with AFP story Hong Kong-lifestyle-food,FEATURE by Catherine Lai
EN_01372333_0172 AFP
This photo taken on December 28, 2018 shows beekeeper Yip Ki-hok, 62, holding a framed honeycomb above a Langstroth hive at his apiary in Hong Kong. - High up in the hills above Hong Kong, Yip Ki-hok uses nothing but his bare hands to remove a honey-filled nest of swarming bees -- a remarkable skill he learned after the hardship of China's famine years. (Photo by Anthony WALLACE / AFP) / To go with AFP story Hong Kong-lifestyle-food,FEATURE by Catherine Lai
To go with AFP story Hong Kong-lifestyle-food,FEATURE by Catherine Lai
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