Hong Kong's three-point specialist Yung Kam-wah has been included in the Asian Basketball Confederation (ABC)/FILA All-Star team to play the Korean national side later this month. Yung, 25, who plays for the Mars team in the Chinese Basketball Alliance, joins a star-studded Asian squad, who will do battle at the Olympic Gymnasium in Seoul on June 19. The All-Star team will be headed by China's Olympic veterans and Asian champions Liu Yudong, Hu Weidong and much-vaunted 2.12 metre centre Wang Zhizhi. The All-Star squad includes professional Filipino player Romel Adducul, Malaysia's Wong Tai Ong, Jordan centre Zaid Alkhas and Kazakhstan forward Dmitry Korovnikov. The All-Star squad will be coached by China's Wang Fei and Filipino Edmundo Baculi, who has steered his country to the 1995 and 1996 ABC Champions Cup crowns. The Korean national team, considered to have the best basketball programme in Asia, boasts prolific scorer and point-guard Kang Dong-hee, US-trained Seo Jang-hoon and hotshot Moon Kyung-eun. The All-Star-Korea game is part of a three-day extravaganza which includes a fun clinic, a celebrity fan fest, a slam dunk and long shot competition and an exhibition by Harlem Globetrotter legend Curly Neal. Basketball Lifetime Achievement awards will also be presented during the extravaganza.