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Manny Pacquiao: 'Keep on Fighting' to End Poverty

NEW YORK, October 13, 2015 — Filipino politician, humanitarian and champion boxer Manny Pacquiao accepts his Asia Game Changer of the Year award from Asia Society in a ceremony at the United Nations. With an introduction by tennis legend John McEnroe. (6 min., 49 sec.)

Asia Society 2015 Asia Game Changer Awards (official website)
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