But in my opinion, each Hong Kong cultures have its own value and special meaning and we should try our best to preserve them. The culture of Hong Kong means that the culture can only be found within Hong Kong but not other places. The key elements of culture is to be memorable , meaningful and mass-oriented. Hong
Remember, this is the area where the infamous Kowloon Walled City once resided and it’s amazing 40 sqft per person density. There are just under 7.5m people who live in the area and boasts the world’s 4th highest population density. And the population continues to grow. Even with strict migration rules imposed by China, mainland migrants pour into Hong Kong (over 1.5m of them) now make up more than 20% of the population.
The social and political environment of Hong Kong are stable and peaceful. The economic growth of Hong Kong has performed outstanding results. Also, the Hong Kong government has developed a well-established legal system and social welfare system. In contrast, Mainland China is rather a closed country. The development of the social security system is still backward.
Therefore as to tackle this problem, more discussion forums that hold by parties other than the Hong Kong International Airport should be held. So that more opinions from different stakeholders can be collected. At the same time, the concerns that raised up by the public should be solved immediately in order to gain more supports from the public. For instance, the high capital cost, the negative impact on the environment and the surrounding residents. As a result, there is still a long way to go in order to increase the public
Even now, in 2017, twenty years after, “the Handover” we are still told to speak like them in order to be, “high class.” Our local English dialect was never treasured and still is not. Due to the lack of Standard English usage in our dialect, our dialect is labeled as a “sad state.” “ Often, we are told to improve our English standards and speak more like a westerner. Yet, if every one of us learns to speak like them, will Hong Kong English still be Hong Kong English? Our speech will no longer reflect upon the colonial history of our city nor will it reflect upon our Cantonese-speaking
There are some major causes of poverty in Hong Kong, which are related to Hong Kong’s history. In 80th century, HK economy was changing from the manufacturing industry to the financial industry. At that time, workers with more techniques and knowledge were demanded for the financial industry. Many manufacturing workers were knocked out at that time because most of them are low-educable and they became unemployed. In 70th century, the manufacturing economies in Hong Kong have moved to Zhu Jiang Delta.
COUNTRY FACTS FOR KIDS ASSIGNMENT – 31102015-06 Title: Awesome Facts And Trivia About Countries – Hong Kong Description: Hong Kong essentially means Fragrant Harbor and it lives up to that name. Amazing facts on Hong Kong that will give you a brief idea on what Hong Kong is all about. Keywords: Facts about countries, Hong Kong, city, kids, kids world fun Text: A crown colony of the United Kingdom since 1842, Hong Kong’s sovereignty was transferred to the People's Republic of China (PRC) during the year 1997. The emblem of the reunification of Hong Kong with China is Sousa Chinensis, or the Chinese White Dolphin. Hong Kong occupies a prominent place in the tourist map of the world and has been a favorite hub of vacationers for a long time.
Recently, the rate of signing cadaveric organ donation in Hong Kong Chinese citizens is low, although the Hong Kong Government strives to promote organ donation in different ways. Promotion may not be effective because of the information is not wide and abundant enough to persuade citizens. This essay will first discuss the obstacles to organ donations in Hong Kong will be dealt with. Then, there is an assessment on the extent of the awareness level, knowledge of organ donation, psychological aspect to which patient education can possibly help remove the obstacles to organ donation in Hong Kong. At first, there are obstacles in Hong Kong will be dealt with, which are the cultural aspect, psychological (religion) aspect and Educational level contributing to the knowledge of organ donation is less.
Introduction On 1st of July, 1997, the hand over Hong Kong from the United Kingdom to China and end up of the British rules in Hong Kong over 150 years. One country, two systems, apply the principle to Hong Kong could continue to have its own political system, legal, economic, external relation with foreign countries, etc. However, Hong Kong has the own culture and living style. By the China government try to interrupt Hong Kong affairs and immigration from Mainland to Hong Kong. The Hong Kong society has a racial gap between Mainlanders and Hongkongers.
I am looking at the economic aspect, environment aspect, and the science aspect. Asia In Hong Kong the increase of the large population causes urbanization to be a huge issue. Hong Kong has seen the damaging changes from urbanization such as the air pollution. A lot of the air pollution is from vehicles on the road. Since Hong Kong has more people moving to the urban areas they have experienced more traffic at Hong Kong.