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Moving to HK for a few months

Discussion in 'China / Hong Kong' started by xofrevlis, Oct 16, 2006.

  1. xofrevlis

    xofrevlis Regular Member

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    I'm going to be living in HK from 27th Oct for probably a few months and I'd like to know of any clubs that play weekly or more that I could participate in. I'm going to be living in the Tai Po area but I'm sure relatives can show me the way to places outside Tai Po as long as it's easily accessible via public transport.

    I'm an intermediate level player with about 3 years experience of frequent club play and have played for my current local club's team in the middle leagues.

    Any suggestions would be great. Thanks in advance.
     
  2. weekey

    weekey Regular Member

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    you can come to shenzhen, play with us. there are a few guys from hongkong in our club.
     
  3. xofrevlis

    xofrevlis Regular Member

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    Hmm... I appreciate your offer but I don't think I'll be able to go to mainland China without a HK ID and I don't fancy getting a visa since playing badminton might be the only reason to go to and from China on a regular basis.
     
  4. xofrevlis

    xofrevlis Regular Member

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    anyone interested in playing at tai po sports centre or lee fuk lam sports centre in tai po market?
    or if anyone knows of any clubs that play regularly at those venues?
     

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