Hong Kong bunkers from WWII repurposed as wine cellars

Some would argue that Hong Kong is the wine capital of the world.

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    Former military bunkers in Hong Kong that played a crucial role in world war two have been given a new purpose.

    Instead of bullets and bombs, they are now home to some of the world's best wines.

    Al Jazeera's Sarah Clarke reports.


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