Fung Ka Ki - Personal Information

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Fung Ka Ki wrote and released a book, which is "Fung Ki's Football Journey", in August 2008. It is an autobiography of his life from his childhood days till 2008. It is published by Why Publishing. ISBN number: 978-962-678-532-4.

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