Roger Chan (centre) running in Wan Chai on Hong Kong Island. The F&B Run Club aims to highlight the mental health struggles of those in the food and beverage industry during Covid-19. Photo: courtesy of Roger Chan Roger Chan (centre) running in Wan Chai on Hong Kong Island. The F&B Run Club aims to highlight the mental health struggles of those in the food and beverage industry during Covid-19. Photo: courtesy of Roger Chan
Roger Chan (centre) running in Wan Chai on Hong Kong Island. The F&B Run Club aims to highlight the mental health struggles of those in the food and beverage industry during Covid-19. Photo: courtesy of Roger Chan
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‘Run to the moon’ to raise mental health awareness, and funds for charity, offers Hongkongers big prizes

  • A running club, set up by Hongkonger Roger Chan, wants members to accumulate 384,400km – the distance from Earth to the moon – on Strava by the end of the year
  • A food and beverage entrepreneur, he hopes to encourage people in the industry to embrace a more active lifestyle by taking part

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Roger Chan (centre) running in Wan Chai on Hong Kong Island. The F&B Run Club aims to highlight the mental health struggles of those in the food and beverage industry during Covid-19. Photo: courtesy of Roger Chan Roger Chan (centre) running in Wan Chai on Hong Kong Island. The F&B Run Club aims to highlight the mental health struggles of those in the food and beverage industry during Covid-19. Photo: courtesy of Roger Chan
Roger Chan (centre) running in Wan Chai on Hong Kong Island. The F&B Run Club aims to highlight the mental health struggles of those in the food and beverage industry during Covid-19. Photo: courtesy of Roger Chan
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