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  • This book is about the history of Hong Kong. About this book Introduction Prehistoric times Stone Age Bronze Age Imperial years Qin to Southern Dynasty
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  • answer my name Hong and my friend Kong, said two chinese guy. Then the caltain said hong kong island. Thats the history of hong kong There's a legend
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  • Image attribution About Introduction Prehistoric times Stone Age Bronze Age Imperial years Qin to Southern Dynasty Tang and Southern Han Song and Yuan
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  • colonial years of Hong Kong, from the time when the Brits landed on Possession Point, up to the midnight when Elizabeth II returned Hong Kong, the last colony
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  • point when the British people took Hong Kong. This part discusses the history of Hong Kong up to the point when Hong Kong Island was taken. Once Qin started
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  • English The Hong Kong Special Administrative Region is one of the 2 Special Administrative Regions (SARs) of the People's Republic of China (another is
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  • found in many places of Hong Kong. Most believe that they were used for religious rituals. The people of neolithic Hong Kong belonged to a group of people
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  • mouth. In fact, historians' knowledge of the Qin and Han Dynasties in Hong Kong is very limited, and studying artifacts is the only way of finding solid
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  • were more educated and wealthier than before, so the race segregation in Hong Kong incited more than hatred among them – it evoked a patriotism known as
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  • (in Traditional Chinese). 香港前代社會 'The Society of Hong Kong of Previous Dynasties' (2nd ed.). Hong Kong: Zhonghua Book Company. ISBN 9622317448.  Note:
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  • Epilogue Appendices Index Glossary Bibliography They always say that Hong Kong used to be a little town, with farmers and fishermen in every street.
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  • these two periods, Hong Kong experienced changes much more significant than the previous dynasties. During the Ming Dynasty, Hong Kong was threatened by
    11 KB (1,920 words) - 02:34, 2 April 2011
  • assassinated Yang, staring the Tang Dynasty. Hong Kong entered a new era in the Tang Dynasty. For once, Hong Kong appeared in history books as Tuen Mun, a
    6 KB (1,088 words) - 15:48, 31 March 2011
  • meant yet another sharp turn in the development of Hong Kong. Puntis started moving to Hong Kong during the Song Dynasty, and guess what? This means
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  • rock type on Hong Kong's landscape are great. We will look at the three rock types here. Although all three rock types are found in Hong Kong, igneous rocks
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  • chapter, we will look at how various factors shape Hong Kong's landscape. Let's look at Hong Kong's general landscape first. *Hills became islands. Spurs
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  • the Hong Kong Museum of History is a few old rocks. They look neat, sure, but they are not our focus here. This book is about the history of Hong Kong, from
    16 KB (2,742 words) - 05:47, 3 April 2011
  • placed on how these processes shape the overall physical landscape of Hong Kong.' was removed. Therefore, this book will remove the system part (which
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  • Republic of China. In broad sense, it includes the Chinese Mainland, Hong Kong, Macau and Taiwan. ZG zài Yàzhōu de dōngbù. Xiáyì de ZG zhǐ Zhōnghuá Rénmín
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  • changes the landscape of Hong Kong. Now we'll take one step backwards, and look at the extraction of reclamation materials in Hong Kong. There are three types
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