3 edition of The Other Hong Kong Report 1998 found in the catalog.
December 15, 1998 by The Chinese University Press .
Written in English
|Contributions||Larry C. H. Chow (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||452|
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Larry Chuen-ho Chow and Yiu-Kwan Fan stated in the publication The Other Hong Kong Report that EMI schools gained a reputation for being "elite schools. Kowloon Tong is a poor book--poorly written, poorly plotted--poor characters.
The stereotyping of English people living in Hong Kong is almost too much to even talk about. To have lived in Hong Kong for forty years and have the mother character still refer to Chinese as "Chinky-Chongs" is patently absurd/5(26).
Overview. Hong Kong is home to many of Asia's biggest media entities and remains one of the world's largest film industries. The loose regulation over the establishment of a newspaper makes Hong Kong home to many international media such as the Asian Wall Street Journal and Far Eastern Economic Review, and publications with anti-Communist backgrounds such as The.
McMillen, Don () The other Hong Kong report by Larry Chuen-ho Chow and Yiu-kwan Fan. China Information: a Journal on Contemporary China Studies, 14 (1). ISSN XAuthor: Don McMillen. It's a book about my ideas - ideas formed really by Hong Kong.
If it's bad that's my fault, but if it's good that's really because it bears the indelible imprint of five years spent in Hong Kong. Hong Kong made the book, and as I know, even after spending twelve months away, Hong Kong made whatever I am today too.
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