Kin-Ball is a new sport in Hong Kong, though has been played in other territories for decades. Not yet recognised as a traditional sport, the Hong Kong Kin-Ball Association faces difficulties with venue booking and is struggling to develop the sport owing to the lack of public and governmental support.
Harriet Lai and Tina To followed one of the members of the Hong Kong team, from his workplace, to practice sessions, and to the Kin-Ball World Cup held in Tokyo, Japan, last November.
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