Wong Ho-fai is running the length of Japan. He needs faith in destiny, as things inevitably go wrong. Photo: Handout Wong Ho-fai is running the length of Japan. He needs faith in destiny, as things inevitably go wrong. Photo: Handout
Wong Ho-fai is running the length of Japan. He needs faith in destiny, as things inevitably go wrong. Photo: Handout

Scott Jurek tells Hongkonger there is ‘magic in suffering’ on trans-Japan run, as destiny always finds a silver lining

  • Wong Ho-fai runs the length of Japan, but injury forces a detour, which leads him to world famous runner and author of ‘Eat & Run’

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Wong Ho-fai is running the length of Japan. He needs faith in destiny, as things inevitably go wrong. Photo: Handout Wong Ho-fai is running the length of Japan. He needs faith in destiny, as things inevitably go wrong. Photo: Handout
Wong Ho-fai is running the length of Japan. He needs faith in destiny, as things inevitably go wrong. Photo: Handout
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