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Hong Kong is declared as a Special Administrative Region and is technically considered part of China. However, Hong Kong largely operates as an independent country to China because Hong Kong has its own currency, the Hon... More »

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The Encyclopædia Britannica states that Hong Kong is not an independent state but a special administrative region under Chinese control. The British returned Hong Kong to China on July 1, 1997. More »

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Hong Kong is a part of the nation of China, but it is not geographically located within China’s borders. Comprised of over 200 islands, Hong Kong borders the south coast of China and the South China Sea. More »

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The region of Hong Kong is in the China, along the country's southern coast. Hong Kong shares a northern land border with mainland China and is neighbored by the South China Sea to the south, east and west. More »

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Hong Kong is a part of the nation of China, but it is not geographically located within China’s borders. Comprised of over 200 islands, Hong Kong borders the south coast of China and the South China Sea. More »

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Hong Kong does not have any zip or postal codes. According to postal workers in the city, the city is so small that it is easy to deliver the mail without sorting it based on postal codes. More »

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Hong Kong has produced critically acclaimed and award-winning films, such as the work of directors like Peter Chan, Teddy Chen and John Woo. Chan's "The Warlords" won in the categories of best film, best director, best a... More »

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