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Hong Kong Youth in Cross-Straits Four Open Chess in Shenzhen

April 5th, 2013

From early morning April 4 to late afternoon April 6 youth from Shenzhen, Taiwan, Macao and Hong Kong are meeting in the Shenzhen Foreign Language School to play chess over 11 rounds.

 

A Massive Set-Up with over 500 children in the Playing Hall

A Massive Set-Up with over 500 children in the Playing Hall

 

Given the fact it is Easter holidays in Hong Kong some parents took the initiative to bring their children into this event for practice at higher levels than possible in Hong Kong only and after the first day Hong Kong is doing really fine.

 

Hong Kong Youth and Parents with Chief Organizer in Middle (Yellow Jacket)

Hong Kong Youth and Parents with Chief Organizer Mr. Liu in Middle (Yellow Jacket)

 

On day 1, James Kwong playing in U10 scored 2.5 out of 4 games. In U8 Gerent Lee scored 3 points out of 4 and both Adrian Leung and Miguel Angel Garceran Wang, playing a draw between themselves (!), finished day 1 with 3.5 points out of 4. In the U7 group Harold Kwong scored 3 and Meijing 2 points out of 4.

 

Our Hong Kong Heroes Posing (left to right): Miguel Angel, Mei Jing, Gerent, James, Harold and Adrian

Our Six Hong Kong Heroes Posing (left to right): Miguel Angel, Mei Jing, Gerent, James, Harold and Adrian

 

Hong Kong Youth in Action

Hong Kong Youth in Action …

 

Today another long day, again 4 rounds. Not only a long day for the players …

 

The Hong Kong Parents' Waiting Area

The Hong Kong Parents’ Waiting Area

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