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Nathan Kukathas on Peel Street Central Crag, Hong Kong. Photo by Ryan Gellert

Spending his life in Hong Kong, trail runner Ben Lee knows that clear days are hard to come by. That's why this film, Why I Run, took over a year to produce. But, persistence paid off: those days that are smog free showcase an incredible landscape. Over 40 percent of Hong Kong is protected in nature reserves, so get outside the beautiful skyline next time you're there. Follow filmmaker Robin Lee here.

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Difficult Hike: Tai Mo Shan, Hong Kong’s Highest Peak (Maclehose trail Stage 8)

Difficult Hike: Tai Mo Shan, Hong Kong’s Highest Peak (Maclehose trail Stage

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(see the mirth) Mirth Hong Kong blog | mirth hong kong

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Home’s Cooking Class: A Taste of Home-Cooked Chinese Cuisine

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