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How Edward Bunker refused to let disability hold him back

Edward Bunker, a long-term Hongkonger and reiki expert, has a condition that limits the use of his right side, but he's never let his condition hold him back.
4 Aug 2020
Hong Kong SAR
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Edward during his school days
Edward during his school days

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