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Fencing Association of Mongolia to cooperate with Hong Kong Fencing School

By B.TUNGALAG

The Fencing Association of Mongolia and Hong Kong Fencing School signed a memorandum for cooperation in Hong Kong on Monday.
Board members of the Fencing Association of Mongolia, head of the marketing commission of the federation B.Gantulga, Vice Consul of Mongolia to Hong Kong and Macao B.Galdanjamts, and principal of Hong Kong Fencing School Wong Tsan attended the signing ceremony.
Through the memorandum of understanding, Hong Kong Fencing School will give advice on time management, marketing and structure of fencing clubs to the Fencing Association of Mongolia, and organize two joint trainings.
The Fencing Association of Mongolia has four branch clubs, and the federation is aiming to establish four more clubs in 2016.
The memorandum will be active until 2017.
During the General Assembly of the Fencing Confederation of Asia, held in Ulaanbaatar on September 2015, Hong Kong won the right to host the 2017 Asian Fencing Championship.
Hong Kong Fencing School is one of the leading institutions for fencing in the world, and has over 800 students and 20 instructors.

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