Don’t miss this hugely insightful chat I had with Chris Thrallfrom the successful ‘Bought the T-Shirt’ podcast all about his time in Hong Kong, which included becoming addicted to crystal meth and working for the 14K triads, as detailed in his memoir ‘Eating Smoke’ which premiered on Thursday 18th March 2021 at 8pm…Don’t miss it!
Chris is a successful author, inspirational speaker and mind coach, addiction expert, extreme endurance athlete, adventurer, podcast host and documentary maker.
Chris left the Royal Marine Commandos to find fortune in Hong Kong, but following a bizarre series of jobs ended up homeless and in psychosis from crystal meth addiction.
He began working for the 14K, a vicious Hong Kong crime syndicate, as a nightclub doorman in the Wan Chai red-light district, where he uncovered a vast global conspiracy and the ‘Foreign Triad’ – a secretive expat clique in cahoots with the Chinese gangs.
Alone and confused in the neon glare of Hong Kong’s seedy backstreets, Chris was forced to survive in the world’s most unforgiving city, hooked on the world’s most dangerous drug..
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Chris Thrall is a former Royal Marines Commando turned author, adventurer, extreme endurance athlete, life coach and inspirational speaker.
Chris Thrall was born in South-East London. Aged eighteen, he joined the Royal Marines Commandos.
He has travelled to eighty countries across seven continents, run #999miles nonstop and achieved all his goals, including becoming a qualified pilot, skydiver and Antarctic polar diver and explorer.
Following active service in the Northern Ireland Conflict and training in Arctic warfare and survival, he earned his parachutist’s ‘wings’ and operated as part of a high-security detachment on board an aircraft carrier.
Following the Prime Minister's announcement on 22nd February 2021, where he announced the government’s roadmap to ease lockdown restrictions including the publication of the government's roadmap exit …