Razaq Ehtsham (left), Malik (centre), and Numan, get ready for a game of cricket at the Muslim Council of Hong Kong Youth Club. Photo: Winson Wong Razaq Ehtsham (left), Malik (centre), and Numan, get ready for a game of cricket at the Muslim Council of Hong Kong Youth Club. Photo: Winson Wong
Razaq Ehtsham (left), Malik (centre), and Numan, get ready for a game of cricket at the Muslim Council of Hong Kong Youth Club. Photo: Winson Wong
City Weekend

The healing power of cricket and religion is perfect mix for one of the many residents in Hong Kong who are not always made to feel welcome

With racism still prevalent, some of the city’s ethnic minorities are turning to sport to help spread a message of tolerance

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Razaq Ehtsham (left), Malik (centre), and Numan, get ready for a game of cricket at the Muslim Council of Hong Kong Youth Club. Photo: Winson Wong Razaq Ehtsham (left), Malik (centre), and Numan, get ready for a game of cricket at the Muslim Council of Hong Kong Youth Club. Photo: Winson Wong
Razaq Ehtsham (left), Malik (centre), and Numan, get ready for a game of cricket at the Muslim Council of Hong Kong Youth Club. Photo: Winson Wong
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