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Hong Kong’s decision to abolish duty on wine in 2008 opened the floodgates to wine consumption in Hong Kong and China.
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Kim Soo-jin

Kim Soo-jin

Kim Soo-jin is the digital content manager for STYLE. In her current role, she leads the magazine’s social media strategy for Facebook and Instagram, commissions stories for its website and also writes whenever she can. In the past, she has written for Good Eating, Destination Macau and SCMP’s various special reports throughout the year. During this time, her main beats included high jewellery, luxury watches and Hong Kong’s ever-evolving dining scene.