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Japanese soccer player Yuto Nakamura hopes to bring his adopted city Hong Kong to the highest stage in the sport

S.China Morning Post Saturday, 16 February 2019
Kitchee striker Yuto Nakamura considers himself a Hongkonger, and has the SAR passport to prove it; last October, he gave up his Japanese citizenship to take Chinese nationality in Hong Kong. As a growing number of young Hongkongers aspire for new lives in far-flung places, the 32-year-old professional soccer player believes Hong Kong is the place to be. “I am proud of Hong Kong. I hope Hongkongers can be proud of their city, too,” he says. Hong Kong has given him the opportunity to...
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