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HK Magazine - - NEWS -


We have no idea why it’s called Black and White, but this clap­ping game is a Hong Kong stan­dard. Un­like many of its vari­ants from around the world, Black and White doesn’t have a rhyme or song to ac­com­pany it.

How to Play

1. Clap your hands and give your friend a

right-handed high five

2. Clap your hands and give your friend a

left-handed high five

3. Clap your hands and do a dou­ble high


4. Do a dou­ble high five with the backs of

your hands

5. Re­peat steps 1-4, in­creas­ing the num­ber

of claps and high fives each round

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