Andrew Wong Kee got a black belt in karate at 11 years old. At 13, he became a competitive rugby player, and by 15, he had a New Zealand amateur boxing title under his belt.Tuesday, 15 May, 2012, 12:00am
Andrew Wong Kee got a black belt in karate at 11 years old. At 13, he became a competitive rugby player, and by 15, he had a New Zealand amateur boxing title under his belt.
Now 34, the Samoan-Chinese believes these early childhood achievements and his 'Polynesian warrior spirit' give him the competitive edge in his latest physical challenge: Brazilian jiu-jitsu.15 May 2012 - 12:00am
There were plenty of fireworks yesterday - and not just out on Victoria Harbour. As expected, the clash between arch-rivals Asahi Valley and CBRE Club, won 14-8 by Valley, turned out to be a fiery and combustible affair with frequent battles marking rugby's own National Day celebrations.2 Oct 2005 - 12:00am
Any girl watching the Sevens won't be able to keep her eyes off the goods. This sometimes involves the ball, sometimes the tight shorts. In the interests of research, CitySeen has quizzed some of the hottest members of the Hong Kong team on their preferences for the fairer sex after the full-time whistle to give you an idea of whether you stand a chance ...26 Mar 2004 - 12:00am
Is he bad boy or misunderstood victim? This is the question Hong Kong rugby faces now that the selectors have left talented scrumhalf Andrew Wong Kee at home as the SAR team flies out on the eve of the Fifth Rugby World Cup to play their own little international against Sri Lanka this Saturday.5 Oct 2003 - 12:00am
ANDREW WONG KEE
The scrumhalf and captain of Asahi Valley rugby team, he recently came back from a 10-month ban for biting. He is 25.
Why did you take up rugby? Growing up in New Zealand, it was the natural thing to do. I was an active kid, I did martial arts and boxing too, but rugby is a religion there.9 Mar 2003 - 12:00am
Suspended Asahi Valley captain Andrew Wong Kee will put a difficult year behind him and is looking forward with renewed enthusiasm to leading the club to First Division glory as well as winning a berth in the Hong Kong national squad in the new year.17 Dec 2002 - 12:00am