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.This article contains Chinese text. Without proper rendering support, you may see question marks, boxes, or other symbols instead of Chinese characters.^ And any other suggestions you or I may think of.
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Hong Kong Special Administrative Region of the People's Republic of China[1]
中華人民共和國 香港特別行政區
A flag with a white 5-petalled flower design on solid red background A red circular emblem, with a white 5-petalled flower design in the centre, and surrounded by the words "Hong Kong" and "中華人民共和國香港特別行政區"
Flag Emblem
A panorama overlooking the skyscrapers of Hong Kong at night, with Victoria Harbour in the background
View at night from Victoria Peak
Hong Kong is situated on a peninsula and series of islands on the south coast of China, to the east of the Pearl River Delta and bordered to the north by Guangzhou province
Official language(s) Chinese, English[2]
Spoken languages
Demonym Hongkonger
Government Non-sovereign partial democracy with unelected executive
 -  Chief Executive Donald Tsang
 -  Chief Justice Andrew Li
 -  President of the
Legislative Council
Jasper Tsang
Legislature Legislative Council
Establishment
 -  Transfer of sovereignty to Britain (Treaty of Nanking) 29 August 1842 
 -  Japanese occupation 25 December 1941 –
15 August 1945 
 -  Transfer of sovereignty to the PRC 1 July 1997 
Area
 -  Total 1,104 km2 (179th)
426 sq mi 
 -  Water (%) 4.5
Population
 -  2009 estimate 7,055,071[3] (98th)
 -  2001 census 6,708,389 
 -  Density 6076.4/km2 (4th)
15,737.9/sq mi
GDP (PPP) 2008 estimate
 -  Total $293.311 billion[4] (38th)
 -  Per capita $44,413[4] (10th)
GDP (nominal) 2008 estimate
 -  Total US$223.764 billion[4] (37th)
 -  Per capita US$31,849[4] (27th)
Gini (2007) 43.4[5] 
HDI (2007) 0.944[6] ( very high) (24th)
Currency Hong Kong dollar (HKD)
Time zone HKT (UTC+8)
Date formats yyyy年m月d日 (Chinese)
dd/mm/yyyy (English)
Drives on the left
Internet TLD .hk
Calling code +852
.Hong Kong[7] (Chinese: 香港) is one of the two special administrative regions of the People's Republic of China; the other is Macau.^ Hong Kong, with a population of approximately seven million, is a Special Administrative Region (SAR) of the People's Republic of China (PRC).
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^ China (includes Tibet, Hong Kong, and Macau) .
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^ TAMTAM, Hong Kong people speak Chinese, not English.
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Situated on China's south coast and enclosed by the Pearl River Delta and South China Sea,[8] it is renowned for its expansive skyline and deep natural harbour. .With land mass of 1,104 km2 (426 sq mi) and a population of seven million people, Hong Kong is one of the most densely populated areas in the world.^ Hong Kong people are so hard working * .
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^ Hi,Hong Kong is my dream.
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^ Because I know I was born in Hong Kong, one of the most beautiful place in the world.
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[9] .Hong Kong's population is 95% ethnic Chinese and 5% from other groups.^ Hong Kong, with a population of approximately seven million, is a Special Administrative Region (SAR) of the People's Republic of China (PRC).
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^ Much better than those postcard sell in hong kong bookstores , but maybe you could try the other theme like festivals in hong kong ......
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^ This is real photography - much better than those yong girl model photos posted and discussed by most others in Hong Kong.
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.Under the principle of "one country, two systems", Hong Kong runs on economic and political systems different from those of mainland China.^ Hong Kong is JUST besides Mainland China.
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^ With the mainstream press so foucsed on China's rapid economic rise one can easily forget what a wonderful toursit destination the country is with it's vast and varied landscapes.
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^ He expressed the appreciation for China's great help to his country and hoped that the current visit will move forward the existing good relations between the two sides.
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[11] .Hong Kong is one of the world's leading international financial centres, with a major capitalist service economy characterised by low taxation, free trade and minimum government intervention under the ethos of positive non-interventionism.^ Hong Kong is the great city of the World.
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^ Smog of pollutants over Hong Kong city, no problem, privatize the air space, "not the air" then privatize all of the cities governments remove all taxes, government funded by a extreme limited amount of cash printed by Hong Kong monetary authority free of charge.
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^ Furthermore, no distinction shall be made on the basis of the political, jurisdictional or international status of the country or territory to which a person belongs, whether it be independent, trust, non-self-governing or under any other limitation of sovereignty.
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[12] .The Hong Kong dollar is the 9th most traded currency in the world.^ According to an International Trade Union Confederation (ITUC) survey, almost 25 percent of Hong Kong's labor force is unionized.
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^ Reports indicate that the Hong Kong Confederation of Trade Unions was consistently excluded from the labor advisory board.
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.Hong Kong's independent judiciary functions under the common law framework.^ The law provides for the right to a fair trial, and an independent judiciary generally enforced this right.
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^ The law provides for an independent judiciary, and the government generally respected judicial independence in practice.
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^ The law provides for eventual universal suffrage in both chief executive and LegCo elections; however, in 2004 the NPCSC rejected universal suffrage in Hong Kong for the 2007 and 2008 elections.
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[14] .Its political system is governed by the Basic Law of Hong Kong, its constitutional document.^ I am an amateur photographer, learning the basics of taking pictures with DSLR. The photos of Hong Kong are giving me a real sense that night photography is the best way and the hardest way to take photos.
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^ I think you can represent the Hong Kong Government for the promotion of Hong Kong!
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^ There were no formal restrictions on women's participation in the political system, and women held many lower-level government positions.
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.It has a burgeoning multi-party system, and its legislature is partly elected through universal suffrage.^ Polls conducted by the University of Hong Kong consistently found that over half of the respondents favored electing the chief executive and the entire legislature by universal suffrage in 2012.
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^ After the chief executive is selected by universal suffrage, the LegCo may be elected by universal suffrage.
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.The Chief Executive of Hong Kong is the head of government.^ In April Donald Tsang was appointed as chief executive, and the mainland government approved his new cabinet in June.
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^ Bills that affect government policy cannot be introduced without the chief executive's written consent.
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^ Polls conducted by the University of Hong Kong consistently found that over half of the respondents favored electing the chief executive and the entire legislature by universal suffrage in 2012.
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Hong Kong became a colony of the British Empire after the First Opium War (1839–1842). .Originally confined to Hong Kong Island, the colony's boundaries were extended in stages so as to include the Kowloon Peninsula and the New Territories by 1898. It was occupied by the Japanese during the Pacific War, after which the British resumed control until 1997, when China regained sovereignty.^ China (includes Tibet, Hong Kong, and Macau) .
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^ Sunset behind the Hong Kong Island .
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^ Kowloon vs Hong Kong Island .
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[16][17] .The Basic Law stipulates that Hong Kong shall enjoy a "high degree of autonomy" in all matters except foreign relations and military defence.^ Macau, with a population of approximately 526,000, is a Special Administrative Region (SAR) of the People's Republic of China (PRC) and enjoys a high degree of autonomy, except in defense and foreign affairs, under the SAR's constitution and the Basic Law.
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^ The 1984 Sino-British Joint Declaration on the Question of Hong Kong and the SAR's constitution, the Basic Law of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region of the People's Republic of China (the Basic Law), specify that Hong Kong will enjoy a high degree of autonomy except in matters of defense and foreign affairs.
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^ Any amendments to the Hong Kong Basic Law regarding election of the chief executive and LegCo must obtain consent (the chief executive), approval by two-thirds of the LegCo, and then be submitted for approval (chief executive) or for the record (LegCo) to the NPCSC. If the methods for selecting the chief executive and electing the LegCo are not amended, then the existing methods shall continue to apply.
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Contents

Etymology

The characters "香港"
.The name "Hong Kong" is an approximate phonetic rendering of the Cantonese pronunciation of the spoken Cantonese or Hakka name "香港", meaning "fragrant harbour" in English.^ Hong Kong, with a population of approximately seven million, is a Special Administrative Region (SAR) of the People's Republic of China (PRC).
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^ TAMTAM, Hong Kong people speak Chinese, not English.
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^ Although Shanghai also have a lot of beautiful scenes at night, such as the Bund, I think Hong Kong's night scene with Victoria Harbour is even better.
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.Before 1842, the name Hong Kong originally referred to a small inlet (now Aberdeen Harbour/Little Hong Kong) between the island of Ap Lei Chau and the south side of Hong Kong Island.^ "Public service announcements" frequently interrupted news items critical of the government, particularly in the south, where television programming from Hong Kong was available.
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^ Hong Kong's small Jewish community has excellent relations with the rest of society, and there were no reports of anti-Semitic acts during the year.
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^ The citizens and government of Hong Kong now must devise an electoral process that will lead to universal suffrage and democratic elections in 2017 and 2020.
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The inlet was one of the first points of contact between British sailors and local fishermen.[20]
.The reference to fragrance may refer to the harbour waters sweetened by the fresh water estuarine influx of the Pearl River, or to the incense factories lining the coast to the north of Kowloon which was stored around Aberdeen Harbour for export, before the development of Victoria Harbour.^ Victoria Harbour is the most breathtaking stretch of water.
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[19] .In 1842, the Treaty of Nanking was signed, and the name Hong Kong was first recorded on official documents to encompass the entirety of the island.^ Sunset behind the Hong Kong Island .
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^ Kowloon vs Hong Kong Island .
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^ Tai-Pan and Noble House , two novels about Hong Kong by James Clavell first got me interested in the Heart of Asia.
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History

.Hong Kong began as a coastal island geographically located in southern China.^ Hong Kong, with a population of approximately seven million, is a Special Administrative Region (SAR) of the People's Republic of China (PRC).
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^ China (includes Tibet, Hong Kong, and Macau) .
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^ The information was disseminated through organizations such as the Hong Kong-based Information Center for Human Rights and Democracy and the foreign-based Human Rights in China.
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.While small settlements had taken place in the Hong Kong region, with archaeological findings dating back thousands of years, regularly written records were not made until the engagement of Imperial China and the British colony in the territory.^ I went back to Hong Kong for a holiday!
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^ Hong Kong is verry Beautiful place!!
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^ Those pictures give me a thought of going back to Hong Kong from Toronto.
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.Starting out as a fishing village, salt production site and trading ground,[22] it would evolve into a military port of strategic importance and eventually an international financial centre that enjoys the world's 6th highest GDP (PPP) per capita, supporting 33% of the foreign capital flows into China.^ The rapids divided the Congo trade into an upper or waterborne segment and a lower or overland segment linking the pool with a series of ports along the coast both north and south of the [Congo] estuary itself...The main goods moving over this lower segment were salt from the coast and a mix of three European products: guns, gunpowder, and cloth.
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^ At 9:52pm on 22 Sep 2009 , beijing_2008 wrote: One can always count on ghostofsichuan to bring human rights into any discussion on China.
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^ Our informant explained that the Central African Republic is a very poor country, possibly with the lowest per capita income in the world.
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Pre-20th century

ancient sepia image of elevated view of a city and its harbour
Hong Kong in the late nineteenth century was a major trading post of the British Empire.
Human settlement in the area now known as Hong Kong dates back to the late Paleolithic and early Neolithic era,[24] but the name Hong Kong (香港) did not appear on written record until the Treaty of Nanking of 1842.[25]
.Hong Kong, a little fishing village where Chinese emperors would send their punished officials, was first inhabited by the Hakka people.^ TAMTAM, Hong Kong people speak Chinese, not English.
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^ Hong Kong people are so hard working * .
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^ I hope it will accomplish your hope in bringing more people to Hong Kong.
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The four big clans were the Liu, Man, Pang, and Tang. .Each clan, and its numerous branches, took up residence in what is today considered the New Territories.^ Numerous rival splinter groups sprang up in some territories, and French-supported competitors were established in others.
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With scant natural resources and hilly terrain, the indigenous peasants and fishermen survived on the island's few and precious assets until European visitors set foot on the territory and changed its history.
.The area's earliest recorded European visitor was Jorge Álvares, a Portuguese explorer who arrived in 1513.[26][27] In 1839 the refusal by Qing Dynasty authorities to import opium resulted in the First Opium War between China and Britain.^ The government's human rights record in Tibetan areas of China remained poor, and the level of repression of religious freedom increased.
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^ Newly arrived prisoners or those who refused to acknowledge committing crimes were particularly vulnerable to beatings.
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.Hong Kong Island became occupied by British forces in 1841, and was formally ceded to Britain under the Treaty of Nanking at the end of the war.^ Kowloon vs Hong Kong Island .
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^ Sunset behind the Hong Kong Island .
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^ Its true, I fell in love with Hong Kong after touring and seeing these amazing places-- The Peak, Hong Kong Island skyscrapers, Disneyland..
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The British established a crown colony with the founding of Victoria City the following year. In 1860, after China's defeat in the Second Opium War, the Kowloon Peninsula and Stonecutter's Island were ceded to Britain under the Convention of Peking. .In 1898, under the terms of the Convention for the Extension of Hong Kong Territory, Britain obtained a 99-year lease of Lantau Island and the adjacent northern lands, which became known as the New Territories.^ Sunset behind the Hong Kong Island .
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^ Kowloon vs Hong Kong Island .
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^ Lol, wow I lived in Hong Kong for 9 years and these photographs are just BEATIFUL !
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[28] Hong Kong's territory has remained unchanged to the present.

20th century onwards

.During the first half of the 20th century, Hong Kong was a free port, serving as an entrepôt of the British Empire.^ As a first time Hong Kong visistor my self i now think i did not need to go ; as all i had to do was to look at your pictures.
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^ Tai-Pan and Noble House , two novels about Hong Kong by James Clavell first got me interested in the Heart of Asia.
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^ I realized one of my dreams by going to Hong Kong for the first time a few months ago.
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.The British introduced an education system based on their own model, while the local Chinese population had little contact with the European community of wealthy tai-pans settled near Victoria Peak.^ All the Protestant missionaries, and the earliest Catholic ones, based their hopes of success on communicating with the Africans in their own language.
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^ "Planetary Boundaries - (cont'd)" The story of the young William Kamkwamba who "educated himself in his local library," is an inspiring one, but it also bears on the Population debate.
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.In conjunction with its military campaign in the Second World War, the Empire of Japan invaded Hong Kong on 8 December 1941. The Battle of Hong Kong ended with British and Canadian defenders surrendering control of the colony to Japan on 25 December.^ Hong Kong is the great city of the World.
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^ The official currency was the CFA franc, which had been developed by the French government for its African colonies at the end of the Second World War.
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^ You bring out the glamarous side of Hong Kong to the World !!
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During the Japanese occupation, civilians suffered widespread food shortages, rationing, and hyper-inflation due to forced exchange of currency for military notes. .Hong Kong lost more than half of its population in the period between the invasion and Japan's surrender in 1945, when the United Kingdom resumed control of the colony.^ This site has made me determined more than ever to live in Hong Kong.
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^ Can Hong Kong use more Freedom, YES! = Ludwig von Mises Institute Please DON'T LET socialism pull Hong Kong down.
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^ I hope it will accomplish your hope in bringing more people to Hong Kong.
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.Hong Kong's population recovered quickly as a wave of migrants from China arrived for refuge from the ongoing Chinese Civil War.^ Hong Kong, with a population of approximately seven million, is a Special Administrative Region (SAR) of the People's Republic of China (PRC).
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^ China (includes Tibet, Hong Kong, and Macau) .
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^ The information was disseminated through organizations such as the Hong Kong-based Information Center for Human Rights and Democracy and the foreign-based Human Rights in China.
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.When the People's Republic of China was proclaimed in 1949, more migrants fled to Hong Kong in fear of persecution by the Communist Party.^ Since its founding in 1949, it has been led by the Communist Party of China (CPC).
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^ The PRC asserts the Republic of China to be an illegitimate and supplanted entity and administratively categorizes Taiwan as the 23rd province of PRC. (en.wikipedia.org/wiki/People%27s_Republic_of_China) .
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^ Hong Kong, with a population of approximately seven million, is a Special Administrative Region (SAR) of the People's Republic of China (PRC).
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[28] .Many corporations in Shanghai and Guangzhou also shifted their operations to Hong Kong.^ I've always loved Hong Kong and have been visiting many times over the past 10 years now.
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^ Prominent human rights activists critical of the mainland government also operated freely and maintained permanent resident status in Hong Kong.
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^ I've lived in Hong Kong for many years, but now I'm in the U.S and these pictures really make me miss home!!
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[28]
.As textile and manufacturing industries grew with the help of population growth and low cost of labour, Hong Kong rapidly industrialised, with its economy becoming driven by exports, and living standards rising steadily.^ Hong kong is a lovely p-lace to live in!
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^ L.A. ...i have a friend who lives in hong kong told me that sometimes you see the smog...
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^ Seeing your gallery makes me feel so fortunate living in such a beautiful city Growing up and seeing it changed to and becoming apart of hong kong makes me proud.
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[30] The construction of Shek Kip Mei Estate in 1953 marked the beginning of the public housing estate programme, designed to cope with the huge influx of immigrants. .Trade in Hong Kong accelerated even further when Shenzhen, immediately north of Hong Kong, became a special economic zone of the PRC, and established Hong Kong as the main source of foreign investment to China.^ And after all i visit Hong Kong every week from Shenzhen, China.
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^ Macau, with a population of approximately 526,000, is a Special Administrative Region (SAR) of the People's Republic of China (PRC) and enjoys a high degree of autonomy, except in defense and foreign affairs, under the SAR's constitution and the Basic Law.
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^ PRC authorities do not permit some Hong Kong human rights activists and prodemocracy legislators to visit the mainland.
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[31] .With the development of the manufacturing industry in southern China beginning in the early 1980s, Hong Kong's competitiveness in manufacturing declined and its economy began shifting toward a reliance on the service industry, which enjoyed high rates of growth in the 1980s and 1990s, and absorbed workers released from the manufacturing industry.^ Hong Kong flying high again!
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^ Hong Kong, with a population of approximately seven million, is a Special Administrative Region (SAR) of the People's Republic of China (PRC).
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^ China (includes Tibet, Hong Kong, and Macau) .
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[32]
In 1983, Hong Kong was reclassified from a British crown colony to a dependent territory. .However with the lease of the New Territories due to expire within two decades, the governments of Britain and China were already discussing the issue of Hong Kong's sovereignty.^ China government can do something within the mainland...
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^ Tai-Pan and Noble House , two novels about Hong Kong by James Clavell first got me interested in the Heart of Asia.
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^ Hong Kong, with a population of approximately seven million, is a Special Administrative Region (SAR) of the People's Republic of China (PRC).
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.In 1984 the two countries signed the Sino-British Joint Declaration, agreeing to transfer sovereignty to the People's Republic of China in 1997,[28] and stipulating that Hong Kong would be governed as a special administrative region, retaining its laws and a high degree of autonomy for at least fifty years after the transfer.^ Hong Kong, with a population of approximately seven million, is a Special Administrative Region (SAR) of the People's Republic of China (PRC).
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^ The 1984 Sino-British Joint Declaration on the Question of Hong Kong and the SAR's constitution, the Basic Law of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region of the People's Republic of China (the Basic Law), specify that Hong Kong will enjoy a high degree of autonomy except in matters of defense and foreign affairs.
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^ During the year women headed two of the country's 28 ministries.
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.The Hong Kong Basic Law, which would serve as the constitutional document after the transfer, was ratified in 1990, and the transfer of sovereignty occurred at midnight on 1 July 1997, marked by a handover ceremony at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre.^ I am an amateur photographer, learning the basics of taking pictures with DSLR. The photos of Hong Kong are giving me a real sense that night photography is the best way and the hardest way to take photos.
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^ The groups's lawyer argued that the principle had gained the status of customary international law and as such had been incorporated into Hong Kong's laws; the government countered that many other Asian countries were not signatories to the UN's refugee convention, which proved the principle had not gained the status of customary international law.
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^ The 1984 Sino-British Joint Declaration on the Question of Hong Kong and the SAR's constitution, the Basic Law of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region of the People's Republic of China (the Basic Law), specify that Hong Kong will enjoy a high degree of autonomy except in matters of defense and foreign affairs.
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[28]
.Hong Kong's economy was affected by the Asian financial crisis, and the H5N1 avian influenza, both in 1997. After a gradual recovery, Hong Kong suffered again due to an outbreak of SARS in 2003.[33] Today, Hong Kong continues to serve as an important global financial centre, but faces uncertainty over its future role with a growing mainland China economy, and its relationship with the PRC government in areas such as democratic reform and universal suffrage.^ Hong Kong is JUST besides Mainland China.
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^ China government can do something within the mainland...
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^ On July 11, the secretary for constitutional and mainland affairs unveiled the details of the government's green paper on constitutional reform, thereby launching a three-month consultation period during which the government hoped to build consensus on the timeframe and roadmap for the implementation of universal suffrage for future chief executive and LegCo elections.
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[34]

Governance

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Top: The Legislative Council of Hong Kong.^ PRC authorities do not permit some Hong Kong human rights activists and prodemocracy legislators to visit the mainland.
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^ The chief executive, the president of the Legislative Council (LegCo), and the chief justice nominate the Hong Kong members.
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^ Hong Kong, China, US all striving for top spot .
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Bottom: Government House, the official residence of the Chief Executive.
.In accordance with the Sino-British Joint Declaration, and reflecting the policy known as "one country, two systems", Hong Kong enjoys a high degree of autonomy as a special administrative region in all areas except defence and foreign affairs.^ The 1984 Sino-British Joint Declaration on the Question of Hong Kong and the SAR's constitution, the Basic Law of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region of the People's Republic of China (the Basic Law), specify that Hong Kong will enjoy a high degree of autonomy except in matters of defense and foreign affairs.
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^ Hong Kong flying high again!
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^ Macau, with a population of approximately 526,000, is a Special Administrative Region (SAR) of the People's Republic of China (PRC) and enjoys a high degree of autonomy, except in defense and foreign affairs, under the SAR's constitution and the Basic Law.
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[35] .The declaration stipulates that the region maintain its capitalist economic system and guarantees the rights and freedoms of its people for at least 50 years beyond the 1997 handover.^ Our fourth fundamental argument in the declaration is to the effect that once the world's people are aware of the gravity of the situation, and its true dimension, they will "do the right thing."
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^ These so-called sultans were descendants of the Bandia and Vongara clans in the region who became rulers of the Nzakara and Zande peoples by at least the 18th century.
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^ The Ngandu [Bantu people who live in the Lobaye region] moved into the area only 120 years ago...
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[36] .The Basic Law is the constitutional document that outlines the executive, legislative and judicial authorities of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region, although final authority for interpreting the Basic Law rests with the Standing Committee of the National People's Congress.^ Hong Kong people are so hard working * .
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^ The NPCSC's mechanism for interpretation is its Committee for the Basic Law, composed of six mainland and six Hong Kong members.
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^ As the final interpreter of the Basic Law, the NPCSC also has the power to self-initiate interpretations of the Basic Law.
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[37]
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  • The executive: The Executive Council, headed by the Chief Executive who is elected by the Election Committee and then appointed by the Central People's Government;[38][39]
    • The civil service: A politically neutral body that implements policies and provides government services, where public servants are appointed based on meritocracy;[15]
  • The legislature: The Legislative Council has 60 members, half of which are directly elected by universal suffrage by permanent residents of Hong Kong according to 5 geographical constituencies.^ In March the Election Committee reelected Donald Tsang to chief executive.
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    ^ Polls conducted by the University of Hong Kong consistently found that over half of the respondents favored electing the chief executive and the entire legislature by universal suffrage in 2012.
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    ^ After the chief executive is selected by universal suffrage, the LegCo may be elected by universal suffrage.
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    .The other half, known as functional constituencies, are directly elected by a smaller electorate which consists of corporate bodies and natural persons from various stipulated functional sectors.^ The NPCSC also determined that the current 50-50 ratio for directly elected geographic seats and indirectly elected functional constituency seats in LegCo must remain indefinitely in place.
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    ^ Polls conducted by the University of Hong Kong consistently found that over half of the respondents favored electing the chief executive and the entire legislature by universal suffrage in 2012.
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    ^ Interest groups in functional constituencies elected 10 others, and the chief executive appointed the remaining seven members.
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    .It is headed by the President of the Legislative Council who serves as the speaker;[40]
  • The judiciary: The Judiciary of Hong Kong, comprising the Court of Final Appeal, the High Court (which includes the Court of Appeal and the Court of First Instance), the District Court et cetera.^ PRC authorities do not permit some Hong Kong human rights activists and prodemocracy legislators to visit the mainland.
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    ^ China (includes Tibet, Hong Kong, and Macau) .
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    ^ Colonel Yambhala the president of the High Court in Bangui.
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    [41] .Judges are appointed by the Chief Executive on the recommendation of an independent commission.^ In April Donald Tsang was appointed as chief executive, and the mainland government approved his new cabinet in June.
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    ^ The Basic Law stipulates that the chief executive appoints members of the Executive Council of the Macau Special Administrative Region from among the principal officials of the executive authorities, members of the legislature, and public figures.
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    ^ Interest groups in functional constituencies elected 10 others, and the chief executive appointed the remaining seven members.
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    [14]
.The implementation of the Basic Law and universal suffrage have been major issues of political debate since the transfer of sovereignty.^ In 2004 the NPC Standing Committee issued a self-initiated interpretation of the Basic Law and rejected universal suffrage for the 2007 Chief Executive and 2008 Legislative Council elections.
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^ Its why I went with Engineering instead of Law or Politics as my university studies.
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^ The decision ruled out the possibility of universal suffrage for the chief executive and LegCo in 2012 but explicitly noted that the election of the chief executive in the year 2017 may be implemented by universal suffrage.
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.In 2002, the government's proposed anti-subversion bill pursuant to Article 23 of the Basic Law, which required the enactment of laws prohibiting acts of treason and subversion against the Chinese government, was met with fierce opposition, and eventually shelved.^ However, the constitutional proposals met with fierce criticism from the opposition.
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^ In addition, many local laws carry specific prohibitions against discrimination, although there is no specific law for combating discrimination.
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^ The law does not prohibit religious believers from holding public office; however, party membership is required for almost all high-level positions in government, state-owned businesses, and many official organizations.
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[18][42][43] .Debate between pro-Beijing groups and Pan-democracy camp characterises Hong Kong's political scene, with the latter supporting a faster pace of democratisation.^ I really feel hong kong's night scene is the BEST in the world.
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^ Tai-Pan and Noble House , two novels about Hong Kong by James Clavell first got me interested in the Heart of Asia.
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^ I feel so good to see such beautiful scene of Hong Kong.
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[44]

Legal system and judiciary

.In contrast to mainland China's civil law system, Hong Kong continues to follow the English Common Law tradition established during British rule.^ Hong Kong is JUST besides Mainland China.
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^ PRC authorities do not permit some Hong Kong human rights activists and prodemocracy legislators to visit the mainland.
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^ Hong Kong, with a population of approximately seven million, is a Special Administrative Region (SAR) of the People's Republic of China (PRC).
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Her legal system is completely independent from the legal system of China.[45] .Hong Kong's courts are permitted to refer to decisions rendered by courts of other common law jurisdictions as precedents,[14] and judges from other common law jurisdictions are allowed to sit as non-permanent judges of the Court of Final Appeal.^ PRC authorities do not permit some Hong Kong human rights activists and prodemocracy legislators to visit the mainland.
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^ Much better than those postcard sell in hong kong bookstores , but maybe you could try the other theme like festivals in hong kong ......
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^ These courts handle criminal, civil, and administrative cases, including appeals of decisions by police and security officials to use reeducation‑through-labor and other forms of administrative detention.
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[14]
.Structurally, Hong Kong's court system consists of the Court of Final Appeal, the High Court, which is made up of the Court of Appeal and the Court of First Instance, and the District Court, which includes the Family Court.^ China (includes Tibet, Hong Kong, and Macau) .
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^ The security apparatus is made up of the Ministries of State Security and Public Security, the People's Armed Police, the People's Liberation Army (PLA), and the state judicial, procuratorial, and penal systems.
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^ Polls conducted by the University of Hong Kong consistently found that over half of the respondents favored electing the chief executive and the entire legislature by universal suffrage in 2012.
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[41] Other adjudicative bodies include the Lands Tribunal, the Magistrates' Courts, the Juvenile Court, the Coroner's Court, the Labour Tribunal, the Small Claims Tribunal, and the Obscene Articles Tribunal.[41] .Justices of the Court of Final Appeal are appointed by Hong Kong's Chief Executive.^ In April Donald Tsang was appointed as chief executive, and the mainland government approved his new cabinet in June.
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^ Polls conducted by the University of Hong Kong consistently found that over half of the respondents favored electing the chief executive and the entire legislature by universal suffrage in 2012.
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^ On December 29, the PRC's NPCSC officially provided a possible timeline for Hong Kong's transition to election by universal suffrage of its chief executive in 2017 and the LegCo in 2020.
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[14]
.The Department of Justice is the government department responsible for handling legal matters, and its responsibilities involve providing legal advice to the government, criminal prosecution, civil representation, legal and policy drafting and reform, and international legal cooperation between different jurisdictions.^ Between June and September 2006, the government improved cooperation with Vietnamese authorities, jointly disrupting 13 trafficking networks and rescuing 193 victims.
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^ Nonattorney legal advisors and government employees provided the only legal aid options in many areas.
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^ The Labor Department provided assistance and legal advice to workers upon request.
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[45] .Apart from prosecuting criminal cases, lawyers of the Department of Justice also appear in court on behalf of the government in all civil and administrative lawsuits against the government.^ According to official statistics, 95,052 administrative lawsuits were filed against the government in 2006, slightly fewer than in the previous year.
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^ All these people running around like chooks with their heads chopped off over these filters should be more concerned with the iiNet court case.
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^ Workers who believed they were dismissed unlawfully may bring a case to court or lodge a complaint with the Labor Department or the high commissioner against corruption and administrative illegality, who also functions as an ombudsman.
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[45] As protector of the public interest, it may apply for judicial reviews and may intervene in any cases involving greater public interest.[46] .The Basic Law, which serves as the constitutional document of the Hong Kong SAR, protects the Department of Justice from any interference by the government when exercising its control over criminal prosecution.^ The law states that the courts shall exercise judicial power independently, without interference from administrative organs, social organizations, and individuals.
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^ Macau, with a population of approximately 526,000, is a Special Administrative Region (SAR) of the People's Republic of China (PRC) and enjoys a high degree of autonomy, except in defense and foreign affairs, under the SAR's constitution and the Basic Law.
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^ The government controlled curricula, texts, and other course materials as well as the publication of historically or politically sensitive academic books (see Protection of Cultural Heritage).
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[47]

Administrative districts

New Territories Islands Kwai Tsing North Sai Kung Sha Tin Tai Po Tsuen Wan Tuen Mun Yuen Long Kowloon Kowloon City Kwun Tong Sham Shui Po Wong Tai Sin Yau Tsim Mong Hong Kong Island Central and Western Eastern Southern Wan Chai Islands Islands Islands Islands Islands Islands Islands Islands Islands Islands Islands Kwai Tsing North Sai Kung Sai Kung Sai Kung Sai Kung Sai Kung Sai Kung Sai Kung Sha Tin Tai Po Tai Po Tai Po Tai Po Tai Po Tai Po Tsuen Wan Tsuen Wan Tsuen Wan Tuen Mun Tuen Mun Tuen Mun Tuen Mun Yuen Long Kowloon City Kwun Tong Sham Shui Po Wong Tai Sin Yau Tsim Mong Central and Western Eastern Southern Southern Wan Chai The main territory of Hong Kong consists of a peninsula bordered to the north by Guangdong province, an island to the south east of the peninsula, and a smaller island to the south. These areas are surrounded by numerous much smaller islands.
.Hong Kong has a unitary system of government, no local government exists since the two municipal councils were abolished in 2000. As such there is no formal definition for its cities and towns.^ Hong Kong, I will be there soon!
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^ There is no such thing in Australia.
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^ There will no place i call home expect hong kong.
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.Administratively, Hong Kong is subdivided into 18 geographic districts, each represented by a district council whose role is to advise the government on local matters such as public facilities, community programmes, cultural activities and environmental improvements.^ I think you can represent the Hong Kong Government for the promotion of Hong Kong!
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^ District councils are responsible for advising the government on matters affecting the well-being of district residents, the provision and use of public facilities, and the use of public funds allocated for local public works and community activities.
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^ Conditions in administrative detention facilities, such as reeducation-through-labor camps, were similar to those in regular prisons.
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.There are a total of 534 district councils seats, 405 of which are elected, while the rest are appointed by the Chief Executive and 27 ex officio chairmen of rural committees.^ In April Donald Tsang was appointed as chief executive, and the mainland government approved his new cabinet in June.
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^ In March the Election Committee reelected Donald Tsang to chief executive.
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^ Polls conducted by the University of Hong Kong consistently found that over half of the respondents favored electing the chief executive and the entire legislature by universal suffrage in 2012.
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[50] .The government's Home Affairs Department communicates government policies and plans to the public through the district offices.^ The government supported children's rights and welfare through well-funded systems of public education, medical care, and protective services.
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^ The law stipulates that the Public Prosecutions Office's functions be carried out without government interference, and the government respected the law in practice.
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^ In response the government began offering limited allowances to adult claimants through its social welfare department.
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Military

.As a British Colony and later territory, defence was provided by the British military under the command of the Governor of Hong Kong who was ex officio Commander-in-chief.^ L.A. ...i have a friend who lives in hong kong told me that sometimes you see the smog...
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^ The distracted and unbalanced President, Tombalbaye, appealed to France for help and a French garrison was despatched, later reinforced substantially and placed under the command of a general, Cortadellas.
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^ The chief executive, the president of the Legislative Council (LegCo), and the chief justice nominate the Hong Kong members.
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[52] .When the People's Republic of China assumed sovereignty in 1997, the British barracks were replaced by a garrison of the People's Liberation Army, comprising ground, naval, and air forces, and under the command of the Chinese Central Military Commission.^ The PRC asserts the Republic of China to be an illegitimate and supplanted entity and administratively categorizes Taiwan as the 23rd province of PRC. (en.wikipedia.org/wiki/People%27s_Republic_of_China) .
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^ BANGUI, 7 Jul 2004 (IRIN) - The People's Republic of China has donated equipment worth US $4 million to the Central African Republic (CAR), state-owned Radio Centrafrique reported on Tuesday.
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^ Macau, with a population of approximately 526,000, is a Special Administrative Region (SAR) of the People's Republic of China (PRC) and enjoys a high degree of autonomy, except in defense and foreign affairs, under the SAR's constitution and the Basic Law.
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.The Basic Law protects local civil affairs against interference by the garrison, and members of the garrison are made subject to Hong Kong laws.^ Everyone has the right to the protection of the law against such interference or attacks.
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^ In addition, many local laws carry specific prohibitions against discrimination, although there is no specific law for combating discrimination.
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^ The law affords no right to remain silent, no protection against double jeopardy, and no rules governing the type of evidence that may be introduced.
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.The Hong Kong Government remains responsible for the maintenance of public order; however, it may request the PRC government for help from the garrison in maintaining public order and in disaster relief.^ PRC authorities do not permit some Hong Kong human rights activists and prodemocracy legislators to visit the mainland.
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^ He appoints members of the government and may terminate their functions; he is head of all administrative services and makes appointments to state posts; he promulgates laws and has power to issue regulations; he ensures the maintenance of law and order and may proclaim a state of emergency.
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^ Hong Kong, with a population of approximately seven million, is a Special Administrative Region (SAR) of the People's Republic of China (PRC).
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The PRC government is responsible for the costs of maintaining the garrison.[18]

Geography and climate

natural slopes with conurbation in the distance
The hilly terrain of Kowloon and Hong Kong Island
Topographical satellite image with enhanced colours showing areas of vegetation and conurbation. <a name=.Purple areas around the coasts indicate the areas of urban development."^ Urban centers develop around the industrial activities and forest resources that local people depend upon are rapidly depleted, he said.
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^ It was particularly difficult for peasants from rural areas to obtain household registration in more economically developed urban areas.
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Areas of urban development and vegetation are visible in this false-colour satellite image.
.Hong Kong is located on China's south coast, 60 km (37 mi) east of Macau on the opposite side of the Pearl River Delta.^ Hi,Hong Kong is my dream.
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^ China (includes Tibet, Hong Kong, and Macau) .
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^ I love my Hong Kong and will always do.
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.It is surrounded by the South China Sea on the east, south, and west, and borders the Guangdong city of Shenzhen to the north over the Shenzhen River.^ The state, however, is an artefact encapsulating a largely Moslem nomad population in the North and Christian or animist negro agriculturalists in the South and West.
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^ The principal trade routes were the north-south axis following the valley of the Nile from Sennar to Aswan and beyond, and an east-west axis staying close to the desert along the whole of the savanna belt.
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^ These [South/West populations] provided the ruling groups at independence but were faced from 1968 with an insurrectionary movement, FLOLINAT, drawing increasingly on Libyan support, in the North.
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.The territory's 1,104 km2 (426 sq mi) area consists of Hong Kong Island, the Kowloon Peninsula, the New Territories, and over 200 offshore islands, of which the largest is Lantau Island.^ Polls conducted by the University of Hong Kong consistently found that over half of the respondents favored electing the chief executive and the entire legislature by universal suffrage in 2012.
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^ "Public service announcements" frequently interrupted news items critical of the government, particularly in the south, where television programming from Hong Kong was available.
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^ Reports indicate that the Hong Kong Confederation of Trade Unions was consistently excluded from the labor advisory board.
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Of the total area, 1,054 km2 (407 sq mi) is land and 50 km2 (19 sq mi) is inland water. In addition Hong Kong claims territorial waters to a distance of 3 nautical miles (5.6 km). .The land area makes Hong Kong the 179th largest habited territory in the world.^ Hong Kong is the great city of the World.
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^ You bring out the glamarous side of Hong Kong to the World !!
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^ I really feel hong kong's night scene is the BEST in the world.
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.As much of Hong Kong's terrain is hilly to mountainous with steep slopes, less than 25% of the territory's landmass is developed, and about 40% of the remaining land area is reserved as country parks and nature reserves.^ Too much night light in Hong Kong!
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^ I miss Hong Kong very much.
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^ Hong Kong is a developed country and its sooooooooo atractive country.
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[53] .Most of the territory's urban development exists on Kowloon peninsula, along the northern edge of Hong Kong Island and in scattered settlements throughout the New Territories.^ Sunset behind the Hong Kong Island .
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^ Kowloon vs Hong Kong Island .
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^ Very beautiful picture of the island of Hong Kong.
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[54] The highest elevation in the territory is at Tai Mo Shan, at a height of 957 metres (3,140 ft) above sea level.[55] .Hong Kong's long, irregular and curvaceous coast line provides it with many bays, rivers and beaches.^ The heart of the Congo River trade was the market at Stanley Pool, the crucial transit point where boat transportation toward the coast was blocked by the long stretch of the Congo Rapids.
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^ The law provides for eventual universal suffrage in both chief executive and LegCo elections; however, in 2004 the NPCSC rejected universal suffrage in Hong Kong for the 2007 and 2008 elections.
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[56]
.Despite Hong Kong's reputation of being intensely urbanised, the territory has made much effort to promote a green environment,[57] and recent growing public concern has prompted the severe restriction of further land reclamation from Victoria Harbour.^ Too much night light in Hong Kong!
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^ I miss hong kong very much...
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^ I miss Hong Kong very much.
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.Awareness of the environment is growing as Hong Kong suffers from increasing pollution compounded by its geography and tall buildings.^ The overwhelming majority were women, although an increasing number of young men were coming to Hong Kong to work as homosexual prostitutes.
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^ In response to increased awareness of the problem of domestic violence, there was a growing number of shelters for victims.
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^ Seeing your gallery makes me feel so fortunate living in such a beautiful city Growing up and seeing it changed to and becoming apart of hong kong makes me proud.
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Approximately 80% of the city's smog originates from other parts of the Pearl River Delta.[58]
.Situated just south of the Tropic of Cancer, Hong Kong's climate is humid subtropical climate (Köppen climate classification Cwa).^ Lol, wow I lived in Hong Kong for 9 years and these photographs are just BEATIFUL !
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^ We have just come back from a trip through Hong Kong.
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^ I just came back from Hong Kong, its one of the most beautiful cities in the world!
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Summer is hot and humid with occasional showers and thunderstorms, and warm air coming from the southwest. It is also the time when typhoons are most likely, sometimes resulting in flooding or landslides. Winter weather usually starts sunny and becomes cloudier towards February, with the occasional cold front bringing strong, cooling winds from the north. .The most pleasant seasons are spring, although changeable, and autumn, which is generally sunny and dry.^ Detentions generally lasted for several months, although in most cases no formal charges were brought.
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[59] .Hong Kong averages 1,948 hours of sunshine per year,[60] while the highest and lowest ever recorded temperatures at the Hong Kong Observatory are 36.1 °C (96.98 °F) and 0.0 °C (32.00 °F), respectively.^ It also prohibits overtime work in excess of three hours per day or 36 hours per month and mandates a required percentage of additional pay for overtime work.
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^ The regulations limit work hours in the manufacturing sector for persons 15 to 17 years of age to eight hours per day and 48 hours per week between 7 a.m.
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^ Hong Kong's small Jewish community has excellent relations with the rest of society, and there were no reports of anti-Semitic acts during the year.
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panorama: looking down on a city of skyscrapers, land mass in the distance separated by a body of water
A view from Hong Kong Island, looking north over Central district, the harbour and Kowloon
Climate data for Hong Kong
Month Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Year
Average high °C (°F) 18.6
(65)
18.6
(65)
21.5
(71)
25.1
(77)
28.4
(83)
30.4
(87)
31.3
(88)
31.1
(88)
30.2
(86)
27.7
(82)
24.0
(75)
20.3
(69)
25.6
(78)
Average low °C (°F) 14.1
(57)
14.4
(58)
16.9
(62)
20.6
(69)
23.9
(75)
26.1
(79)
26.7
(80)
26.4
(80)
25.6
(78)
23.4
(74)
19.4
(67)
15.7
(60)
21.1
(70)
Precipitation mm (inches) 24.9
(0.98)
52.3
(2.06)
71.4
(2.81)
188.5
(7.42)
329.5
(12.97)
388.1
(15.28)
374.4
(14.74)
444.6
(17.5)
287.5
(11.32)
151.9
(5.98)
35.1
(1.38)
34.5
(1.36)
2,382.7
(93.81)
Sunshine hours 141.7 93.8 89.6 101.8 138.6 158.3 214.9 189.7 171.8 191.1 178.2 173.3 1,842.9
% Humidity 73 78 82 83 84 82 81 82 79 74 70 69 78
Avg. rainy days 5.6 9.5 10.5 11.7 15.5 18.8 17.8 17.4 14.8 8.1 5.7 4.3 139.7
Source: Hong Kong Observatory[62] 2008

Economy

Hong Kong is one of the world's leading financial centers.[63] Its highly developed capitalist economy has been ranked the freest in the world by the Index of Economic Freedom for 15 consecutive years.[64][65][66] .It is an important centre for international finance and trade, with one of the greatest concentration of corporate headquarters in the Asia-Pacific region, and is known as one of the Four Asian Tigers for its high growth rates and rapid development between the 1960s and 1990s.^ One of the most horrendous developments that we have experienced in the last 15 years is the dramatic explosion in the global trade of child sexual abuse images on the internet.
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.In addition, Hong Kong's gross domestic product, between 1961 and 1997, has grown 180 times larger than the former while per capita GDP rose by 87 times.^ I was born and grown up in Hong Kong...
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^ Hong Kong is really a good city, enliven in our times and have as dazzling " Oriental Pearl " in China, really make us proud of it!
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^ As a first time Hong Kong visistor my self i now think i did not need to go ; as all i had to do was to look at your pictures.
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.The Hong Kong Stock Exchange is the sixth largest in the world, with a market capitalisation of US$2.97 trillion as at October 2007. In 2009, Hong Kong raised 22 percent of worldwide IPO capital, making it the largest centre of initial public offerings in the world.^ If the local textile industry could be expanded, it might provide a more reliable outlet for the increasing local cotton production than the unstable world market can offer.
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[69] Hong Kong's currency is the Hong Kong dollar, which has been pegged to the U.S. dollar since 1983.[70]
.The Government of Hong Kong plays a passive role in the financial industry, mostly leaving the direction of the economy to market forces and the private sector.^ Secondly there is to be a public marketing agency to compete as a buyer in the field against the existing private sector coffee dealers.
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^ If foreign suppliers are feeling the strain in this way, then the payment pressure on local private sector suppliers, who rely heavily on government business, must be even greater.
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^ There had been suggestions that this operation should be transferred entirely to the private sector, but the government wants to ensure that the house remains independent of the two large private coffee houses which dominate the market at present (the other players are called minnows).
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.Under the official policy of "positive non-interventionism", Hong Kong is often cited as an example of laissez-faire capitalism.^ His economic policies have at various times included both laissez-faire and dirigiste elements.
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^ Please get pictures or a picture of a Rolls-Royce in Hong Kong it is the Rolls-Royce capital of the world!!
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^ I know Hong Kong is a very pretty place, but, those pic are even more prettier under your camera!!
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.Following the Second World War, Hong Kong industrialised rapidly as a manufacturing centre driven by exports, and then underwent a rapid transition to a service-based economy in the 1980s.^ Hong Kong is the great city of the World.
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^ The official currency was the CFA franc, which had been developed by the French government for its African colonies at the end of the Second World War.
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^ You bring out the glamarous side of Hong Kong to the World !!
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.Hong Kong matured to become a financial centre in the 1990s, but was greatly affected by the Asian financial crisis in 1998, and again in 2003 by the SARS outbreak.^ Seeing your gallery makes me feel so fortunate living in such a beautiful city Growing up and seeing it changed to and becoming apart of hong kong makes me proud.
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^ But I hope Chinese can try to become a race with moral, not trying to bring anying bad habits into Hong Kong.
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^ I'm believed that the prosperous continuously of Hong Kong will bring more opportunities to us ,and China will become the most outstanding country in the world!
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.A revival of external and domestic demand has led to a strong recovery, as cost decreases strengthened the competitiveness of Hong Kong exports and a long deflationary period ended.^ I am not a native, but have visited HK couple of times, and everytime after I left, I got that deep longing for HK. Hong Kong is my soul.
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^ Thomas Jefferson Long may the Republic of Hong Kong be bright with Freedom's Holy Light.
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^ We will be going first to Beijing but will end up in Hong Kong.
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.The territory has little arable land and few natural resources, so it imports most of its food and raw materials.^ The Tio people lived from trade, the manufacture of jewelry, and tobacco growing to supply caravans bound for the coast; they imported most of their food from the surrounding region.
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.Hong Kong is the world's eleventh largest trading entity,[74] with the total value of imports and exports exceeding its gross domestic product.^ The move was pushed by the International Monetary Fund and World Bank as a key measure to reduce imports and to boost exports such as coffee, diamonds, and timber by making the prices of these products more competitive on world markets.
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^ Production and Trade In 1990, US$ 3 million was spent importing tobacco products (0.7% of all import costs), while US$ 1.1 million was earned from tobacco exports (0.5% of all export earnings).
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^ Tobacco production, trade and industry Agriculture In 1990, 560 hectares were harvested for tobacco (0.03% of total arable land), down from 800 hectares in 1985.
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.Hong Kong is the world's largest re-export centre.^ Hong Kong is the great city of the World.
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^ You bring out the glamarous side of Hong Kong to the World !!
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^ I really feel hong kong's night scene is the BEST in the world.
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[75] .Much of Hong Kong's exports consist of re-exports, which are products made outside of the territory, especially in mainland China, and distributed via Hong Kong.^ Too much night light in Hong Kong!
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^ Hong Kong is JUST besides Mainland China.
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^ I miss Hong Kong very much.
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.Even before the transfer of sovereignty, Hong Kong had established extensive trade and investment ties with the mainland, and now enables it to serve as a point of entry for investment flowing into the mainland.^ I am now in the Phillipines, a Hong Kong citizen.
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^ Even after 27 visits to Hong Kong, she still looks good in pictures!!
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^ I only wish I could have a martini with him right now in Hong Kong!
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At the end of 2007, there were 3.46 million people employed full-time, with the unemployment rate averaging 4.1%, the fourth straight year of decline.[76] .Hong Kong's economy is dominated by the service sector, which accounts for over 90% of its GDP, while industry now constitutes just 9%.^ I am now in the Phillipines, a Hong Kong citizen.
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^ US now, hong kong is just the only place that i will ever missed.
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^ As a first time Hong Kong visistor my self i now think i did not need to go ; as all i had to do was to look at your pictures.
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.Inflation was at 2% in 2007, and Hong Kong's largest export markets are mainland China, the United States, and Japan.^ Hong Kong is JUST besides Mainland China.
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^ Geographically, it is the largest country in area in East Asia and the fourth largest in the world after Russia, Canada and the United States.
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^ I'm believed that the prosperous continuously of Hong Kong will bring more opportunities to us ,and China will become the most outstanding country in the world!
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.As of 2009, Hong Kong is the fifth most expensive city for expatriates, behind Tokyo, Osaka, Moscow, and Geneva.^ Hong Kong is the most superior city in the world.
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^ Hong Kong is really a amazing city !
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^ Sunset behind the Hong Kong Island .
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.In 2008, Hong Kong was ranked sixth, and in 2007, it was ranked fifth.^ Its paradise, i had been in Hong Kong in 2007, these pictures have recalled all the memories.
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^ See you at the Eric Clapton concert Hong Kong, January 17, 2007.
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[78] In 2009, Hong Kong was ranked third in the Ease of Doing Business Index.[79]

Demographics

busy street scene at night, with lit advertising panels
Hong Kong is one of the most densely populated areas in the world, at 6,200 people per km².
large bronze statue of Buddha with right hand raised
The Tian Tan Buddha on Lantau Island
The territory's population is 7.03 million. .In 2009, Hong Kong had a low birth rate of 11.7 per 1,000 population and a fertility rate of 1,032 children per 1,000 women.^ Both women and children are excluded from its use, at any rate.
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[80] .However, the population in Hong Kong continues to grow due to the influx of immigrants from mainland China, approximating 45,000 per year – there exists a daily quota of 150 people from Mainland China with family ties in Hong Kong are granted a 'one way permit'.[81] Life expectancy in Hong Kong is 79.8 years for males and 86.1 years for females, as of 2009, among the highest in the world.^ Hong Kong :( i wish i could live there for a few years!!
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^ Hong Kong, I will be there soon!
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^ Hong Kong is JUST besides Mainland China.
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.About 95% of the people of Hong Kong are of Chinese descent,[82] the majority of whom are Cantonese, Hakka and Chiu Chow.^ TAMTAM, Hong Kong people speak Chinese, not English.
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^ Hong Kong people are so hard working * .
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^ I hope it will accomplish your hope in bringing more people to Hong Kong.
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The remaining 5% of the population is composed of non-ethnic Chinese forming a highly visible group despite their smaller numbers.[82] .In addition, there are in excess of 300,000 foreign domestic helpers from Indonesia and the Philippines, according to official figures.^ The article also states - "The figure of 20,000 doesn't represent that there were 20,000 hits on the actual child-pornography IP [addresses in that range]," Linton said.
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[83]
There is a South Asian population of Indians, Pakistanis and Nepalese. Some Vietnamese refugees have become permanent residents of Hong Kong. There are also a number of Europeans (mostly British), Americans, Australians, Canadians, Japanese, and Koreans working in the city's commercial and financial sector.[84] .Residents from mainland China do not have the right of abode in Hong Kong, nor are they allowed to enter the territory freely.^ Hong Kong residents .
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^ Hong Kong is JUST besides Mainland China.
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^ The free net nanny software was a great idea it allowed the parents to have control over what their children did and didn't see, if they wanted to.
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.Hong Kong's de facto official language is Cantonese, a Chinese language originating from Guangdong Province to the north of Hong Kong.^ But I hope Chinese can try to become a race with moral, not trying to bring anying bad habits into Hong Kong.
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^ TAMTAM, Hong Kong people speak Chinese, not English.
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^ Three of the places I've been to and have great pictures are Guizhou Province which is close to the Province where some of your pictures were taken, Hong Kong and Beijing where of course I went to the Great Wall, etc .
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[85] English is also an official language, and according to a 1996 by-census is spoken by 3.1% of the population as an everyday language and by 34.9% of the population as a second language.[86] .Signs displaying both Chinese and English are common throughout the territory.^ Can someone tell me how easy it is for an overseas Chinese to get a job in HK? I live in the United States, speak both English and Mandarin, and am willing to take on any job just so I can live in HK for a while.
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.Since the 1997 handover, an increase in immigrants from mainland China and greater integration with the mainland economy have brought an increasing number of Mandarin speakers to Hong Kong.^ Hong Kong is JUST besides Mainland China.
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^ Hong Kong is really a good city, enliven in our times and have as dazzling " Oriental Pearl " in China, really make us proud of it!
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^ I used to live in hong kongin the 1960"s father got a promotion in his job to work at kowloon, been fasinated with hong kong skyscrapers ever since!
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[87]
.Hong Kong enjoys a high degree of freedom, guaranteed by the Basic Law.^ Hong Kong flying high again!
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^ Can Hong Kong use more Freedom, YES! = Ludwig von Mises Institute Please DON'T LET socialism pull Hong Kong down.
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^ I am an amateur photographer, learning the basics of taking pictures with DSLR. The photos of Hong Kong are giving me a real sense that night photography is the best way and the hardest way to take photos.
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90% of Hong Kong's population practises a mix of local religions,[3] most prominently Buddhism (mainly Chinese Mahayana), Confucianism, and Taoism.[88][89][90] .A Christian community of around 600,000 exists,[91][92] forming about 8% of the total population, and is nearly equally divided between Catholics and Protestants, although other, smaller 'Christian' communities exist including the Latter-Day Saints[93] and Jehovah's Witnesses.^ On the other hand, the number of cultivators decreased, falling from 99,000 to 91,000...
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^ At present [1991] they just about divide the market, with a total sales (chiffre d'affaires) of about 9 billion (milliard, a thousand million) CFA a year.
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^ All the Protestant missionaries, and the earliest Catholic ones, based their hopes of success on communicating with the Africans in their own language.
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[94] There are also Sikh, Muslim, Jewish, Hindu and Bahá'í communities.[91] Religious freedom after the 1997 handover is guaranteed under the Basic Law. The practice of Falun Gong is tolerated; the Anglican and Roman Catholic churches each freely appointing its own bishops, unlike in mainland China.[95]

Education

3-storey red brick building with gabled roof adjacent to 7-storey modern building with flat roof
A view over the University of Hong Kong
A complex of white medium-rise buildings on a lush hillside, with a body of water in the foreground
HKUST Campus as seen from Port Shelter
.Hong Kong's education system roughly follows the system in England,[96] although international systems exist.^ The Program for International Student Assessment ranked Hong Kong's education system as the second best in the world, make it first in the world, Eliminate all public schools and the Education Bureau, and eliminate Public rental housing: 31.0% Housing Authority subsidized sale flats: 17.1% Housing Society subsidized sale flats: 0.7% All this is just a start!
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^ Although Hong Kong is only a little piece of the world, but the people here, and the place brings the toppest things to the world.
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^ Hong Kong International Airport - The place that brings us back and forth * .
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The government maintains a policy in which the medium of instruction is Cantonese (母語教學),[97] with written Chinese and English. In secondary schools, 'biliterate and trilingual' proficiency is emphasised, and Mandarin language education has been increasing.[98] .The Programme for International Student Assessment ranked Hong Kong's education system as the second best in the world.^ I really feel hong kong's night scene is the BEST in the world.
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^ Nice Pics Hong Kong is the best!!!
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^ The best view of Hong Kong from the Peak .
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[99]
.Hong Kong's public schools are operated by the Education Bureau.^ The Program for International Student Assessment ranked Hong Kong's education system as the second best in the world, make it first in the world, Eliminate all public schools and the Education Bureau, and eliminate Public rental housing: 31.0% Housing Authority subsidized sale flats: 17.1% Housing Society subsidized sale flats: 0.7% All this is just a start!
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^ I lived in Hong Kong just before 'Franky' - he and myself went to St. George's (BFES) School.
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.The system features a non-compulsory three-year kindergarten, followed by a compulsory six-year primary education, a three-year junior secondary education, a non-compulsory two-year senior secondary education leading to the Hong Kong Certificate of Education Examinations and a two-year matriculation course leading to the Hong Kong Advanced Level Examinations.^ Lol, wow I lived in Hong Kong for 9 years and these photographs are just BEATIFUL !
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^ Tai-Pan and Noble House , two novels about Hong Kong by James Clavell first got me interested in the Heart of Asia.
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^ Hong Kong :( i wish i could live there for a few years!!
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[100]
.However, starting with Form 1 students of 2006, all students receive 3 years of compulsory junior and 3 years compulsory senior secondary education.^ Sure the filter won't prevent all forms of p2p and whatnot but it's the start.
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.Most comprehensive schools in Hong Kong fall under three categories: the rarer public schools; the more common subsidised schools, including government aids and grant schools; and private schools, often run by Christian organisations and having admissions based on academic merit rather than on financial resources.^ This site has made me determined more than ever to live in Hong Kong.
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^ Smog of pollutants over Hong Kong city, no problem, privatize the air space, "not the air" then privatize all of the cities governments remove all taxes, government funded by a extreme limited amount of cash printed by Hong Kong monetary authority free of charge.
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^ Can Hong Kong use more Freedom, YES! = Ludwig von Mises Institute Please DON'T LET socialism pull Hong Kong down.
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Outside this system are the schools under the Direct Subsidy Scheme and private international schools.
.There are nine public universities in Hong Kong, and a number of private higher institutions, offering various bachelor's, master's, and doctoral degrees, other higher diplomas and associate degree courses.^ Hong Kong, I will be there soon!
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^ There's also that word called 'the future' – is some bright spark of a politican going to suddenly then start deciding what we can or can't say to each other on a personal or written level – both privately and in public forums such as this.
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^ Can Hong Kong use more Freedom, YES! = Ludwig von Mises Institute Please DON'T LET socialism pull Hong Kong down.
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.The University of Hong Kong, the oldest institution of tertiary education in the territory, was referred by Quacquarelli Symonds as a "world-class comprehensive research university"[101] and was ranked 24th on the 2009 THES - QS World University Rankings,[102] making it 1st in Asia.^ Hong Kong is the great city of the World.
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^ The Program for International Student Assessment ranked Hong Kong's education system as the second best in the world, make it first in the world, Eliminate all public schools and the Education Bureau, and eliminate Public rental housing: 31.0% Housing Authority subsidized sale flats: 17.1% Housing Society subsidized sale flats: 0.7% All this is just a start!
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^ Hong Kong is really a good city, enliven in our times and have as dazzling " Oriental Pearl " in China, really make us proud of it!
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[103] The Hong Kong University of Science & Technology and Chinese University of Hong Kong are ranked 35 and 46, respectively, making them rank 4th and 2nd, respectively, in Asia.[103]

Culture

A bronze statue on a pedestal, with the city skyline in the background. The pedestal is designed in the image of four clapperboards forming a box. The statue is of a woman wrapped in photographic film, looking straight up, with her left hand stretched upwards and holding a glass sphere containing a light.
A statue on the Avenue of Stars, a tribute to Hong Kong cinema
.Hong Kong is frequently described as a place where "East meets West", reflecting the culture's mix of the territory's Chinese roots with the culture brought to it during its time as a British colony.^ Hong Kong is verry Beautiful place!!
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^ Very proud indeed of the fact that I was born, brought up (under both the traditional Chinese culture and philosophy and the rather liberal and broad-minded western way), educated bi-lingually, had worked, got married and even gave birth to my son in this wonderful place called Hong Kong - our hometown!
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^ Although Hong Kong is only a little piece of the world, but the people here, and the place brings the toppest things to the world.
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[104] One of the more noticeable contradictions is Hong Kong's balancing of a modernised way of life with traditional Chinese practices. Concepts like feng shui are taken very seriously, with expensive construction projects often hiring expert consultants, and are often believed to make or break a business.[105] .Other objects like Ba gua mirrors are still regularly used to deflect evil spirits, and buildings often lack any floor number that has a 4 in it, due to its similarity to the word for "die" in Cantonese.^ They were able to elect about 20 Africans to that assembly; while other Africans were elected to a less important but still useful platform of opinion, in Paris - the Assembly of the French Union.
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The fusion of east and west also characterises Hong Kong's cuisine, where dim sum, hot pot and fast food restaurants coexist with haute cuisine.[106]
.Hong Kong is a recognised global centre of trade, and calls itself an 'entertainment hub'.[107] Its martial arts film genre gained a high level of popularity in the late 1960s and 1970s.^ Hong Kong flying high again!
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^ There will no place i call home expect hong kong.
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^ As you said, Hong Kong is just beautiful itself and everything can take good pictures of her!
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Several Hollywood performers and martial artists have originated from Hong Kong cinema, notably Bruce Lee, Jackie Chan, Chow Yun-Fat, and Yuen Woo-ping. .A number of Hong Kong film-makers have also achieved widespread fame in Hollywood, such as John Woo, Wong Kar-wai and Stephen Chow.^ I feel so good to see such beautiful scene of Hong Kong.
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^ I am an amateur photographer, learning the basics of taking pictures with DSLR. The photos of Hong Kong are giving me a real sense that night photography is the best way and the hardest way to take photos.
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^ Thomas Jefferson Way to go Hong Kong!
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[107] Homegrown films such as Chungking Express, Infernal Affairs, Shaolin Soccer, Rumble in the Bronx, and In the Mood for Love have gained international recognition. Hong Kong is the centre for Cantopop music, which draws its influence from other forms of Chinese music and Western genres, and has a multinational fanbase.[108]
.The Hong Kong government supports cultural institutions such as the Hong Kong Heritage Museum, the Hong Kong Museum of Art, the Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts, and the Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra.^ Can Hong Kong use more Freedom, YES! = Ludwig von Mises Institute Please DON'T LET socialism pull Hong Kong down.
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^ I feel so good to see such beautiful scene of Hong Kong.
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^ I think you can represent the Hong Kong Government for the promotion of Hong Kong!
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Also, the government's Leisure and Cultural Services Department subsidises and sponsors international performers brought to Hong Kong. .Many international cultural activities are organised by the government, consulates, and privately.^ The meeting was organised jointly by the government and the Comité International pour le Respect et l'Application des Droits de l'Homme (Cirac).
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.Hong Kong has two licensed terrestrial broadcastersATV and TVB.^ Tai-Pan and Noble House , two novels about Hong Kong by James Clavell first got me interested in the Heart of Asia.
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^ Fantastic photographs, spent two years in hong kong, best two years of my life, also got married there in 1981, been back a few times since then .
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^ We are going to Hong Kong in two months....Thanks for the preview pictures!
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.There are three local and a number of foreign suppliers of cable and satellite services.^ If foreign suppliers are feeling the strain in this way, then the payment pressure on local private sector suppliers, who rely heavily on government business, must be even greater.
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[109] The production of Hong Kong's soap dramas, comedy series and variety shows reach audiences throughout the Chinese-speaking world. .Magazine and newspaper publishers in Hong Kong distribute and print in both Chinese and English, with a focus on sensationalism and celebrity gossip.^ TAMTAM, Hong Kong people speak Chinese, not English.
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^ But I hope Chinese can try to become a race with moral, not trying to bring anying bad habits into Hong Kong.
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^ Can someone tell me how easy it is for an overseas Chinese to get a job in HK? I live in the United States, speak both English and Mandarin, and am willing to take on any job just so I can live in HK for a while.
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.The media is relatively free from official interference compared to mainland China, although the Far Eastern Economic Review points to signs of self-censorship by journals whose owners have close ties to or business interests in the PRC, but state that even Western media outlets are not immune to growing Chinese economic power.^ The PRC-71 is comprised of a four transceiver set, each is 100% solid state, & may be combined or operated individually with self contained batteries.
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[110]
.Hong Kong offers wide recreational and competitive sport opportunities despite its limited land area.^ I'm believed that the prosperous continuously of Hong Kong will bring more opportunities to us ,and China will become the most outstanding country in the world!
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^ Hong Kong long always being a mystic land with a cultural blend of Sino-Anglican remnance...with a touch of Asian flavor !
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^ I loved hong kong since I was there as a child in the 1960s I was fasinated by the tall blocks of flats, even though we lived not so posh area.
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It sends delegates to international competition, namely the Olympic Games and Asian Games, and played host to the equestrian events during the 2008 Summer Olympics.[111] .There are major multipurpose venues like Hong Kong Coliseum and MacPherson Stadium.^ Hong Kong, I will be there soon!
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^ I never seen Hong Kong like this.
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^ WOW! Thanks for showing me what Hong Kong looks like.
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.Hong Kong's steep terrain makes it ideal for hiking, with expansive views over the territory, and its rugged coastline provides many beaches for swimming.^ The best view of Hong Kong from the Peak .
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^ This is the best photographs of Hong Kong that I have viewed.
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^ I've lived in Hong Kong for many years, but now I'm in the U.S and these pictures really make me miss home!!
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[112]

Architecture

.According to Emporis, there are 7,650 skyscrapers in Hong Kong, putting the city at the top of world rankings.^ Hong Kong is the place mustn't miss, what a wounderful city in the World .
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^ Hong Kong, I will be there soon!
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^ Hong Kong is the most superior city in the world.
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[113] .The high density and tall skyline of Hong Kong's urban area is due to a lack of available sprawl space, with the average distance from the harbour front to the steep hills of Hong Kong Island at 1.3 km (0.8 mi),[114] much of it reclaimed land.^ Hi,Hong Kong is my dream.
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^ Too much night light in Hong Kong!
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^ I miss Hong Kong very much.
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.This lack of space causing demand for dense, high-rise offices and housing, has resulted in 36 of the world's 100 tallest residential buildings being in Hong Kong,[115] and more people living or working above the 14th floor than anywhere else on Earth, making it the world's most vertical city.^ China is the world's most populous country, with a population of over 1.3 billion people, most of whom are said to be of Han Chinese ethnicity.
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^ The Tio people lived from trade, the manufacture of jewelry, and tobacco growing to supply caravans bound for the coast; they imported most of their food from the surrounding region.
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^ Its major advantage was to make the supply of food more secure and above all to allow people to stay a little longer in each camp.
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[116]
.As a result of the lack of space and demand for construction, few older buildings remain, and the city is instead becoming a centre for modern architecture.^ The last few remaining in CAR fled back across the Oubangui River into northwestern DRC as Bozize's forces took over the capital city.
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.The International Commerce Centre (ICC), at 484 m (1,588 ft) high, is the tallest building in Hong Kong and also the third tallest in the world.^ Hong Kong is the great city of the World.
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^ Hong Kong flying high again!
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^ Hong Kong is the place mustn't miss, what a wounderful city in the World .
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[117] The tallest building prior to the ICC is Two International Finance Centre, at 415 m (1,362 ft) high.[118] Other recognisable skyline features include the HSBC Headquarters Building, the triangular Central Plaza with its pyramid-shaped spire, The Center with its night-time multi-coloured neon light show, and I. M. Pei's Bank of China Tower with its sharp, angular façade. .According to the Emporis website, the city skyline has the biggest visual impact of all world cities.^ NATUUR UIT ALLE STREKEN is, de officile Website van het World Institute for Conservation and Environment, WICE .
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^ (So I guess we're all dirty pedophiles; according to Conroy's World.
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[119] Notable remaining historical assets include the Tsim Sha Tsui Clock Tower, the Central Police Station, and the remains of Kowloon Walled City.
.There are many development plans in place, including the construction of new government buildings,[120] waterfront redevelopment in Central,[121] and a series of projects in West Kowloon.^ Actually i think Central is a little bit sad since there are really too many modern buildings, everything is extremely clean, but..there are really few people on the streets..nothing to do with Nathan road or Tsim Sha Tsui.
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^ Clearly there were serious problems in recruitment on the village level because many men were taken who were too small, too weak, or too young.
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^ Iv'e been there twice and plan many more trips there.
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[122] .More high-rise development is set to take place on the other side of Victoria Harbour in Kowloon, as the 1998 closure of the nearby Kai Tak Airport lifted strict height restrictions.^ You are right - this set of pics will do a great job attracting many visitors from other places!
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^ On 25 October 1946, a Representative Council of Ubangi-Shari was established by decree and elections were set to take place on 15 December.
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^ A democracy is nothing more than mob rule, where fifty-one percent of the people may take away the rights of the other forty-nine.
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[123]
daytime skyline of a city, with a large body of water in front
A panoramic view of northern Hong Kong Island between North Point in the east (left) and Kennedy Town in the west (right)

Transport

yellow double-decker tram
Hong Kong's tram system is the only one in the world that runs exclusively with double-deckers.
double-decker ferry boat in harbour with tall buildings in background
The iconic Star Ferry on one of its nine-minute voyages across Victoria Harbour
.Hong Kong has a highly developed transportation network.^ Hong Kong is a developed country and its sooooooooo atractive country.
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^ It has been some time since I was in Hong Kong and it is so good to see the great development tht has taken place there.
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^ Hong Kong because of its beauty, Cleaness, Sincere People & good System for transportation.
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.Over 90% of daily travels (11 million) are on public transport,[124] making it the highest percentage in the world.^ They make me dream of traveling and admiring all those beauties in this world.
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[125] .Payment can be made using the Octopus card, a stored value system introduced by the MTR, which is now widely accepted on railways, buses and ferries, and well as accepted for cash at other outlets.^ PRC-25/RT-505; First solid state FM, tactical backpack transceiver, also first to use the now standard 150cps tone squelch system.
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[126]
.The city's rapid transit system, MTR, has 150 stations, which serve 3.4 million people a day.^ The city and the people are beautiful and I hope to live there one day.
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[127] .Hong Kong Tramways, which has served the territory since 1904, covers the northern parts of Hong Kong Island and is the only tram system in the world run exclusively with double deckers.^ I'm proud to be a part of Hong Kong.
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^ Sunset behind the Hong Kong Island .
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^ Kowloon vs Hong Kong Island .
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[128] Double-decker buses were introduced to Hong Kong in 1949, and are now almost exclusively used; single-decker buses remain in use for routes with lower demand or roads with lower load capacity. .Most normal franchised bus routes in Hong Kong operate until 1 a.m.^ The most beautiful Hong Kong picture seris I have ever seen, Thank you ~ .
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^ I just came back from Hong Kong, its one of the most beautiful cities in the world!
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^ This is real photography - much better than those yong girl model photos posted and discussed by most others in Hong Kong.
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.Public light buses serve most parts of Hong Kong, particularly areas where standard bus lines cannot reach or do not reach as frequently, quickly or directly.^ Too much night light in Hong Kong!
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^ I'm proud to be a part of Hong Kong.
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^ Hong Kong city night light consume lots of electricity!
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.The Star Ferry service, founded in 1888, operates four lines across Victoria Harbour and provides scenic views of Hong Kong's skyline for its 53,000 daily passengers.^ The study of thousands of websites across 120 Internet Service Providers found 25 of 41 countries surveyed showed evidence of content filtering.
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[129] .It acquired iconic status following its use as a setting on The World of Suzie Wong.^ Reportedly the set could use any of the following accessories, Antenna, case, carry strap, loudspeaker, microphone, & power supply.
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.Travel writer Ryan Levitt considered the main Tsim Sha Tsui to Central crossing one of the most picturesque in the world.^ I have been 3 times go there and I have plann again to get back there soon, specially in central HK. tsim sha tsui and the view of victoria harbour!!
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^ I just came back from Hong Kong, its one of the most beautiful cities in the world!
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^ Actually i think Central is a little bit sad since there are really too many modern buildings, everything is extremely clean, but..there are really few people on the streets..nothing to do with Nathan road or Tsim Sha Tsui.
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[130] Other ferry services are provided by operators serving outlying islands, new towns, Macau and cities in mainland China. Hong Kong is also famous for its junks traversing the harbour, and small kai-to ferries which serve remote coastal settlements.
.Hong Kong Island's steep, hilly terrain calls for some unusual ways of getting up and down the slopes.^ Sunset behind the Hong Kong Island .
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^ Kowloon vs Hong Kong Island .
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^ Hong Kong is also nice when the sun is up.
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It was initially served by sedan chair, steeply ascending the side of a mountain.[131] .The Peak Tram, the first public transport system in Hong Kong, has provided vertical rail transport between Central and Victoria Peak since 1888.[132] In Central and Western district, there is an extensive system of escalators and moving pavements, including the longest outdoor covered escalator system in the world, the Mid-Levels escalator.^ Hong Kong, I will be there soon!
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^ Where bouts are you moving in Hong Kong?
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^ The best view of Hong Kong from the Peak .
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[133]
.Hong Kong International Airport is a leading air passenger gateway and logistics hub in Asia and one of the world's busiest airports in terms of international passenger and cargo movement, serving more than 47 million passengers and handling 3.74 million tonnes of cargo in 2007.[134] It replaced the overcrowded Kai Tak Airport in Kowloon in 1998, and has been rated as the world's best airport in a number of surveys.^ We are the one to build it more than light!
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^ Kowloon vs Hong Kong Island .
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^ I really feel hong kong's night scene is the BEST in the world.
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[135] .Over 85 airlines operate at the two-terminal airport and it is the primary hub of Cathay Pacific, Dragonair, Air Hong Kong, Hong Kong Airlines and Hong Kong Express.^ Tai-Pan and Noble House , two novels about Hong Kong by James Clavell first got me interested in the Heart of Asia.
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^ Hong Kong International Airport - The place that brings us back and forth * .
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^ Fantastic photographs, spent two years in hong kong, best two years of my life, also got married there in 1981, been back a few times since then .
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See also

Notes and references

  1. ^ This is the official convention employed on the Chinese text of the Hong Kong regional emblem, the text of the Hong Kong Basic Law, and the Government of Hong Kong Website, although "Hong Kong Special Administrative Region" and "Hong Kong" is also accepted.
  2. ^ The Basic Law of Hong Kong states that the official languages are "Chinese and English". [1] It does not explicitly specify the standard for "Chinese". While Standard Mandarin and Simplified Chinese characters are used as the spoken and written standards in mainland China, Cantonese and Traditional Chinese characters are the long-established de facto standards in Hong Kong. See also: Bilingualism in Hong Kong
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Further reading

  • Fu, Poshek and David Deser. .The Cinema of Hong Kong: History, Arts, Identity.^ These pictures are really the best arts to reveal the beauty of Hong Kong.
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    Poshek Fu, David Deser. Cambridge University Press. 2002. 346 pages. ISBN 0-521-77602-3.
  • Ngo, Tak-Wing. .Hong Kong's History: State and Society Under Colonial Rule (Asia's Transformations).^ Tai-Pan and Noble House , two novels about Hong Kong by James Clavell first got me interested in the Heart of Asia.
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    ^ MARK FROM MICHIGAN USA-----HONG KONG IS THE MOST BEAUTIFUL CITY IN THE WORLD I THINK. I WILL BE THERE IN 10 DAYS FOR MY FIRST TRIP TO ASIA. .
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    ^ HONG KONG RULES! People say dat Dubai is better but it is really bad!
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    . Routledge. 1 August 1999. 205 pages. ISBN 0-415-20868-8.
  • Shuyong, Liu. An Outline History of Hong Kong. Liu Shuyong. 291 pages. ISBN 7-119-01946-5.
  • Tsang, Steve. .A Modern History of Hong Kong (2007) excerpt and text search
  • Welsh, Frank.^ I am Hong Kong people, i love this modern Hong Kong very much since she is the Asia 's World City.
    • Hong Kong - The City of Nights (Lights) Photo Gallery by Codino A.C. Divino at pbase.com 3 February 2010 15:55 UTC www.pbase.com [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

    ^ My dear friend sent me text message from Hong Kong and he said it is the most incredible city.
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    ^ Its paradise, i had been in Hong Kong in 2007, these pictures have recalled all the memories.
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    .A Borrowed Place: The History of Hong Kong (3rfd ed.^ Although Hong Kong is only a little piece of the world, but the people here, and the place brings the toppest things to the world.
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    ^ I thing Hong Kong is a pritty sweet place i wish I could go there ******************************************************************************** .
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    ^ Hong Kong is an absolutely amazing place in the world!
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    1998), 624 pages. ISBN 1-56836-002-9.
  • Mathematical Modelling of Hong Kong Political and Economical Development. Derek Lam. Guangzhou Academic Press. 18 February 1986. 23 pages.
  • Forts and Pirates – A History of Hong Kong. Hong Kong History Society. Hyperion Books. December 1990. ISBN 962-7489-01-8.
  • Endacott, G. B., ed. An Eastern Entrepot: A Collection of Documents Illustrating the History of Hong Kong (1964) 293 pp
  • Tsang, Steve. Government and Politics: A Documentary History of Hong Kong. (1995), 312pp online edition

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Wiktionary

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English

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Etymology

From Cantonese 香港 (Hēunggóng).

Proper noun

Hong Kong
  1. a coastal administrative region in south-east China, formerly a British colony, currently a Special Administrative Region of the People’s Republic of China

Translations

Synonyms

Derived terms

  • Hongkonger

Bosnian

Proper noun

Hong Kong m s
  1. Hong Kong

See also


Croatian

Proper noun

Hong Kong m.
  1. Hong Kong

Finnish

Proper noun

Hong Kong
  1. Alternative spelling of Hongkong.

Declension


French

Proper noun

Hong Kong f
  1. Hong Kong

See also


Serbian

Proper noun

Hong Kong m s
  1. Hong Kong

See also


Citable sentences

Up to date as of December 06, 2010

Here are sentences from other pages on Hong Kong, which are similar to those in the above article.








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