Participants ride horses as they fight for a slaughtered goat during a Buzkashi event in Yuli county, Xinjiang in 2013. Photo: ReutersParticipants ride horses as they fight for a slaughtered goat during a Buzkashi event in Yuli county, Xinjiang in 2013. Photo: Reuters
Participants ride horses as they fight for a slaughtered goat during a Buzkashi event in Yuli county, Xinjiang in 2013. Photo: Reuters
James Porteous
Opinion

Opinion

James Porteous

Dead-goat polo for Hong Kong: how we get sport on board the One Belt, One Road bandwagon

CY Leung’s annual policy address predictably had little to offer the city’s sport-lovers

Participants ride horses as they fight for a slaughtered goat during a Buzkashi event in Yuli county, Xinjiang in 2013. Photo: ReutersParticipants ride horses as they fight for a slaughtered goat during a Buzkashi event in Yuli county, Xinjiang in 2013. Photo: Reuters
Participants ride horses as they fight for a slaughtered goat during a Buzkashi event in Yuli county, Xinjiang in 2013. Photo: Reuters
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