Small island off Hong Kong offers haven from stress of living

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By Jessie Pang and Tyrone Siu HONG KONG (Reuters) – Something clicked instantly for Zero Chan when she first set foot on the island of Peng Chau, a short ferry ride from Hong Kong’s central business district, at a time when she was feeling burnt out and recovering from illness. “When I take the ferry back, it’s like a cleansing ritual,” the former film producer told Reuters. “I can fall asleep, read or do my own thing on the ferry. I already feel recharged.” The island offers valuable middle ground for some like Chan, who seek to leave behind the stress accumulated from events such as pro-demo…

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