A mother and her daughter pose dressed up as Harry Potter characters in front of a poster advertising the new book 'Harry Potter and the Cursed Child' on the day of its release at a bookstore in Hong Kong on July 31, 2016. / AFP / Anthony WALLACE
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Harry Potter magic hit Asia Sunday, as aspiring witches and wizards crowded into bookstores to get their hands on the first copies of a new play that imagines the hero as an adult.Widely seen as the eighth Harry Potter installment, the play is set 19 years after the end of the last book and features a grown-up Potter working at the Ministry of Magic.Like many of his fans, Potter has now become an adult and has three children with his wife Ginny Weasley. "I feel very excited and it's great to be the first owner of this book in Thailand," he told AFP.Sheryans, 16, said he was not sure he'd ever get the chance to see another Harry Potter book launch. Dozens gathered at a downtown bookstore in Hong Kong to get the new title and try on Harry Potter costumes provided by the store.
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