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14 Nov 2010 22:39 GMT | Asia Pacific, China
Cricket is one of five new sports making its Asian Games debut in Guangzhou.The sport's world governing body has long cast covetous eyes over the lucrative Chinese market, and this event will further boost the sport's profile there.But as Andy Richardson reports converting China to cricket will not be easy.
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