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Jazz, fish balls and live streaming: Hong Kong musicians play from eatery to keep music going amid coronavirus pandemic

Squeezed into a cramped Hong Kong noodle restaurant and perched on drink crates, a jazz band live-streamed its performance to bring out the grounded grass-roots spirit of jazz and reach a wider audience amid the coronavirus pandemic.Bringing jazz music to the 300 sq ft Yuen Hing Lung Noodles in Sai Wan was the idea of Justin Siu Wai-jung, a 44-year-old jazz bassist from Hong Kong, and a regular at the eatery for its original fish ball noodle soup.The band played a collection of its original…

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