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  • Rai extends lead at Hong Kong Open

    HONG KONG (AP) - Aaron Rai shot a 2-under 68 Saturday in the third round to extend his lead from four to six strokes at the Hong Kong Open. The 23-year-old Englishman is on 16-under 194 at Hong Kong Golf Club. Rai - who wears gloves on both hands while ...

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  • Rai extends lead at Hong Kong Open

    Aaron Rai shot a 2-under 68 Saturday in the third round to extend his lead from four to six strokes at the Hong Kong Open. The 23-year-old Englishman is on … Click to Continue

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  • Palm Angels Opens Its First Flagship in Hong Kong

    Palm Angels this week opens the doors to its first flagship, located on Hong Kong’s Patterson Street, one of the most prominent shopping areas in the territory. The space, which is inspired by the archetype of the white cube art gallery, was developed by Studio April in collaboration with Palm Angels founder and creative director [

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  • Angelo Que upbeat as Hong Kong Open unfolds

    Angelo Que puts premium on irons and putting as he slugs it out with some of the world’s long hitters, including two Major champions, in the rich Hong Kong Open which unwraps today at the Hong Kong Golf Club in Fanling. by Dante Navarro

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  • Golf: Rai holds off Fitzpatrick to claim Hong Kong Open

    Aaron Rai held off a hard-charging Matthew Fitzpatrick to claim the Hong Kong Open by a solitary shot and secure his first ever European Tour win in pouring rain at Fanling Golf Course on Sunday.

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  • Golf: Rai holds off Fitzpatrick to claim Hong Kong Open

    Aaron Rai held off a hard-charging Matthew Fitzpatrick to claim the Hong Kong Open by a solitary shot and secure his first ever European Tour win in pouring rain at Fanling Golf Course on Sunday.

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  • Find serenity (or 10,000 Buddhas) in Hong Kong’s top temples

    From a single giant Buddha to thousands of smaller ones and the charm of the everyday street shrine, Hong Kong’s temples are a touch of zen in a busy city In Hong Kong, religion is a grab-bag of whatever seems appropriate. Buddhism, Taoism and local folk religion are widespread and intermingled, leading to temples and shrines that are dedicated to great gods, minor deities and the most humble of saints. Here are nine you have to visit in Hong Kong. Continue reading

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