Hong Kong’s favourite giant rubber duck is returning to Victoria Harbour but it’s bigger and it’s bringing a friend

An inflatable rubber duck that floated in Hong Kong’s Victoria Harbour a decade ago will return to the city in mid-June, and not only has it grown but it is bringing a friend, the Post has learned.

The two yellow rubber ducks were being tested in waters at a dockyard in Tsing Yi on Thursday morning before they would be towed off to Admiralty in about a week, sources familiar with the arrangement said.

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