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Hope floats for kayaker on mission to clean up Hong Kong’s remote coastlines

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Kitti Chan moved to Sai Kung, an area many consider to be “Hong Kong’s backyard”, in 2010 in search of a more peaceful lifestyle. In 2017, she started ​kayaking to clean up coasts of uninhabited islands around the area. Chan has completed more than 300 operations with thousands of volunteers over the past four and a half years. She hopes to inspire more people to join her campaign as well as promote waste reduction and rubbish recycling.

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