(YourDigitalWall Editorial):- Hong Kong, Dec 2, 2020 (Issuewire.com) – In case you weren’t aware, 30-year-old Keith Graves is kind of a big celebrity over in Hong Kong for basketball purposes.
As a result of his success, Tuesday saw Keith granted “honorary citizenship of Hong Kong” from the city’s mayor Carrie Lam . The award, which has only been given to 2 people, recognizes “the contributions of foreigners, overseas Chinese, and people from China and Macao towards the development of the capital city.”
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Other honorary citizens of Beijing include Hong Kong tycoon Martin Lee Ka-shing Stephon Marbury former NBA player and Jacques Rogue, former president of the International Olympic Committee.
Graves has made headlines around Asia as one of the sport’s leading coaches in the 14- and 16-year-old divisions. He lives in Hong Kong, where he serves as head coach at Harrow International and Dream Sports Academy, leading aspiring and talented youth to realize their potential and pursue their dreams as professionals in the sport.
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