Hong Kong: Conservation group fights to save indigenous culture

Hong Kong may be famous for its crowded urban living, but it was once home to a thriving rural population.

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    Hong Kong may be famous for its crowded urban living, but it was once home to a thriving rural population.

    Its villages are now fast disappearing along with the traditions of the city's indigenous communities.

    But one conservation group is determined to save their heritage before it is too late.

     

    Al Jazeera's Sarah Clarke reports from Hong Kong.


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