Enthusiasts say their shared interest has widened their social circle as they bond over all things horological.
Two years ago, Johnathan Chan, Helbert Tsang and Carlos Pang — friends from Hong Kong with a shared interest in timepieces — booked a table for three at a cigar club in the city’s Central district so they could chat about watches over drinks.
A week before the get-together, the men promoted their new group, the Horology Club, on Instagram in case anyone else wanted to join. As the evening drew nearer, they had to keep expanding the reservation to accommodate more RSVPs. In the end, 25 watch enthusiasts showed up. Since then, they’ve
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