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Camel Fung, 61, puts on his running leg before heading for a run in Hong Kong, China on Saturday, Jan. 4, 2014. Fung underwent an amputation surgery after a motorcycle accident 33 years ago. He is the first amputee in Hong Kong to compete in the Hong Kong Standard Charter marathon. Fung also frequently participates in numerous hiking competitions, including the 100 k.m. Oxfam Trailwalker in Hong Kong. 

Photo by Justin Chin

A man casts a fishing line along the waterfront in Stanley, Hong Kong, China on Sunday, Dec. 29, 2013. On Dec. 30, Hong Kong will introduce the Air Quality Health Index (AQHI), the first in Asia to use the system in its ongoing battle to combat air pollution. 

Photo by Justin Chin

A cyclist rides her bike along the West Lake, also known as Xi Hu, in Hangzhou, China on Tuesday, Dec. 24, 2013. The fresh water lake was made a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2011 and has been among the most important sources of inspiration for Chinese garden designers.

Photo by Justin Chin

A girl leaps down the stairs with her dad against the city skyline of Shanghai, China on Sunday, Dec. 22, 2013.

Photo by Justin Chin

A couple poses for their photographer against the city skyline of Shanghai, China on Sunday, Dec. 22, 2013.

Photo by Justin Chin

Causeway Bay, Hong Kong, China. July 16, 2013. 23:51.

HONG KONG, CHINA (05/07/2013) — A man holding a skateboard walks in the International Financial Centre mall in Hong Kong, China on Friday, July 5, 2013. Photo by Justin Chin

HONG KONG, CHINA (14/04/2013) — People take part in water battles as they celebrate the Songkran festival in Hong Kong, China on Sunday, April 14, 2013. Songkran, the Thai new year, is celebrated on April 13 throughout the country in various ways, including by splashing water on each other. Photos by Justin Chin
HONG KONG, CHINA (14/04/2013) — People take part in water battles as they celebrate the Songkran festival in Hong Kong, China on Sunday, April 14, 2013. Songkran, the Thai new year, is celebrated on April 13 throughout the country in various ways, including by splashing water on each other. Photos by Justin Chin
HONG KONG, CHINA (14/04/2013) — People take part in water battles as they celebrate the Songkran festival in Hong Kong, China on Sunday, April 14, 2013. Songkran, the Thai new year, is celebrated on April 13 throughout the country in various ways, including by splashing water on each other. Photos by Justin Chin
HONG KONG, CHINA (14/04/2013) — People take part in water battles as they celebrate the Songkran festival in Hong Kong, China on Sunday, April 14, 2013. Songkran, the Thai new year, is celebrated on April 13 throughout the country in various ways, including by splashing water on each other. Photos by Justin Chin
HONG KONG, CHINA (14/04/2013) — People take part in water battles as they celebrate the Songkran festival in Hong Kong, China on Sunday, April 14, 2013. Songkran, the Thai new year, is celebrated on April 13 throughout the country in various ways, including by splashing water on each other. Photos by Justin Chin
HONG KONG, CHINA (14/04/2013) — People take part in water battles as they celebrate the Songkran festival in Hong Kong, China on Sunday, April 14, 2013. Songkran, the Thai new year, is celebrated on April 13 throughout the country in various ways, including by splashing water on each other. Photos by Justin Chin

HONG KONG, CHINA (14/04/2013) — People take part in water battles as they celebrate the Songkran festival in Hong Kong, China on Sunday, April 14, 2013. Songkran, the Thai new year, is celebrated on April 13 throughout the country in various ways, including by splashing water on each other. Photos by Justin Chin

HONG KONG: Aug. 12, 2012 — Around 10 students from different universities protest against The Chinese University of Hong Kong’s event policy after a seminar where Tiangong-I and the Shenzhou-IX astronauts shared their space experience with university students in Hong Kong Sunday, Aug. 12, 2012. (Photos by JUSTIN CHIN)
HONG KONG: Aug. 12, 2012 — Around 10 students from different universities protest against The Chinese University of Hong Kong’s event policy after a seminar where Tiangong-I and the Shenzhou-IX astronauts shared their space experience with university students in Hong Kong Sunday, Aug. 12, 2012. (Photos by JUSTIN CHIN)

HONG KONG: Aug. 12, 2012 — Around 10 students from different universities protest against The Chinese University of Hong Kong’s event policy after a seminar where Tiangong-I and the Shenzhou-IX astronauts shared their space experience with university students in Hong Kong Sunday, Aug. 12, 2012. (Photos by JUSTIN CHIN)

HONG KONG: Aug. 12, 2012 — Astronaut Liu Wang (right) speaks to students at a seminar sharing their space experience with university students while Liu Yang (center), the nation’s first woman in space, interacts with Prof. Joseph J.Y. Sung (left), Vice-Chancellor and president of The Chinese University of Hong Kong, in Hong Kong Sunday, Aug. 12, 2012. (Photo by JUSTIN CHIN)

HONG KONG: Aug. 12, 2012 — Wearing blue jumpsuit, astronaut Liu Wang (left) presents a souvenir pin to a university graduate during a seminar sharing their space experience with university students in Hong Kong Sunday, Aug. 12, 2012. (Photo by JUSTIN CHIN)

HONG KONG: Aug. 12, 2012 — Wearing blue jumpsuits, astronauts Liu Yang (left), the nation’s first woman in space, Liu Wang (center) and Jing Haipeng (right) speak with university students about their experiences in space at a seminar in Hong Kong Sunday, Aug. 12, 2012. (Photos by JUSTIN CHIN)
HONG KONG: Aug. 12, 2012 — Wearing blue jumpsuits, astronauts Liu Yang (left), the nation’s first woman in space, Liu Wang (center) and Jing Haipeng (right) speak with university students about their experiences in space at a seminar in Hong Kong Sunday, Aug. 12, 2012. (Photos by JUSTIN CHIN)

HONG KONG: Aug. 12, 2012 — Wearing blue jumpsuits, astronauts Liu Yang (left), the nation’s first woman in space, Liu Wang (center) and Jing Haipeng (right) speak with university students about their experiences in space at a seminar in Hong Kong Sunday, Aug. 12, 2012. (Photos by JUSTIN CHIN)

HONG KONG: July 29, 2012 — Thousands of people march on a downtown street in Hong Kong Sunday, July 29, 2012, to protest the upcoming introduction in schools of Chinese patriotism classes that they fear will lead to brainwashing. Teachers, parents, students and pro-democracy activists marched Sunday to the government headquarters of the semiautonomous territory to protest against the new curriculum, which authorities are encouraging schools to begin using when classes resume in September. (Photo by JUSTIN CHIN)

HONG KONG: July 29, 2012 — A protester holds a placard during a march on a downtown street in Hong Kong Sunday, July 29, 2012, to protest the upcoming introduction in schools of Chinese patriotism classes that they fear will lead to brainwashing. Teachers, parents, students and pro-democracy activists marched Sunday to the government headquarters of the semiautonomous territory to protest against the new curriculum, which authorities are encouraging schools to begin using when classes resume in September. (Photo by JUSTIN CHIN)

HONG KONG: July 29, 2012 — A protestor brushes her teeth and clean herself to symbolize brainwashing during a march on a downtown street in Hong Kong Sunday, July 29, 2012, to protest the upcoming introduction in schools of Chinese patriotism classes that they fear will lead to brainwashing. Teachers, parents, students and pro-democracy activists marched Sunday to the government headquarters of the semiautonomous territory to protest against the new curriculum, which authorities are encouraging schools to begin using when classes resume in September.
(Photos by JUSTIN CHIN)
HONG KONG: July 29, 2012 — A protestor brushes her teeth and clean herself to symbolize brainwashing during a march on a downtown street in Hong Kong Sunday, July 29, 2012, to protest the upcoming introduction in schools of Chinese patriotism classes that they fear will lead to brainwashing. Teachers, parents, students and pro-democracy activists marched Sunday to the government headquarters of the semiautonomous territory to protest against the new curriculum, which authorities are encouraging schools to begin using when classes resume in September.
(Photos by JUSTIN CHIN)

HONG KONG: July 29, 2012 — A protestor brushes her teeth and clean herself to symbolize brainwashing during a march on a downtown street in Hong Kong Sunday, July 29, 2012, to protest the upcoming introduction in schools of Chinese patriotism classes that they fear will lead to brainwashing. Teachers, parents, students and pro-democracy activists marched Sunday to the government headquarters of the semiautonomous territory to protest against the new curriculum, which authorities are encouraging schools to begin using when classes resume in September.

(Photos by JUSTIN CHIN)