Part of its new emphasis on regional teams and local clubs, http://nikesoccer.com” target=”_blank”>Nike Soccer signed onto to a brand new 2012-2013 season kit for http://hkfa.com” target=”_blank”>Hong Kong national team. Unveiled first in May, the kit, donned in mostly red, reflects the Chinese believe of “fortune and luck”. Imprinted on near the inner back logo, the Chinese characters of “Ging Zau” references “the fighting spirit” in the local dialect of Cantonese, one voted on “Our Inner Pride” motto contest hosted by Nike Hong Kong’s website. Even the team logo got a revamp, featuring the original dragon graphic but now in half red and half white, as in Hong Kong’s special designation as “One Country, Two Systems” in relation to China.
In its announcement of the kits final availability in Hong Kong, http://nike.com” target=”_blank”>Nike invited team members Huang Yang and Zeng Zhixiao to join famed toy creator http://crazysmiles.com” target=”_blank”>Michael Lau in unveiling a special foosball table (more on that later). In the meantime, the new Hong Kong Nation Team Kit for 2012-2013 season, along with matching Nike N98 Track Jacket, Polo Shirt, and Dri-FIT graphic tees, are finally available at Nike Football flagship store on Fa Yuen Street at Mongkok, Hong Kong.
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Mong Kok, Hong Kong