About 3,600 swimmers took part in Hong Kong’s annual cross-harbour swimming race as it returned to the heart of the city for a second time – continuing last year’s route change to commemorate the iconic event. The 1km route runs from Tsim Sha Tsui public ferry pier to Golden Bauhinia Square pier in Wan Chai.
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