Hong Kong primary school to set up HK$4 million fencing centre for pupils

//Hong Kong primary school to set up HK$4 million fencing centre for pupils

Hong Kong primary school to set up HK$4 million fencing centre for pupils

A Hong Kong primary school plans to set up a HK$4 million (US$513,400) fencing centre on campus to encourage more pupils to pick up the sport, following athlete Edgar Cheung Ka-long’s historic victory at the Tokyo Olympics.The training and competition centre, to be located at Po Leung Kuk Riverain Primary School in Ma On Shan, will provide space for its about 800 pupils to give the sport a try. Children who are not from the school can also sign up for lessons at half the price of regular…

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