3 edition of Government departments in Hong Kong, 1841-1969 found in the catalog.
Government departments in Hong Kong, 1841-1969
Geoffrey Cadzow Hamilton
|Statement||[by] G. C. Hamilton.|
|LC Classifications||JQ674 .H32|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 87 p.|
|Number of Pages||87|
|LC Control Number||76239150|
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A Modern History of Hong Kong: › Books › Politics & Social Sciences › Politics & Government. Hong Kong Government Reports Online (HKGRO) is a full-text image database providing online access to pre-World War II issues of four major government publications, namely, Administrative Report, Hong Kong Sessional Papers, Hong Kong Hansard and Hong Kong Government This is particularly evident in the four chapters that deal with selected periods of the history of Hong Kong: (1) the s when Hong Kong was founded on a barren island as the base Government departments in Hong Kong British drug trafficking into China, (2) the s when the colony and the British Empire were at the pinnacle of their power, (3) the s when Shanghai › Books › Reference › Writing, Research & Publishing Government departments in Hong Kong.
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But there was a lot going on in the region before that wintry morning in when a contingent of British marines clambered ashore and planted the Union flag on the western part of Hong Kong Island, claiming it for the British :// Date of documents: Reproduction of the originals from The National Archives (Kew, United Kingdom).
Other title(s) China and the modern world: Hong Kong, Britain and China ( At present, the Department has an undergraduate student body ofplus 7 MPhil students and 33 PhD students.
Graduates of the Department develop their careers in various educational institutions, industrial and commercial enterprises, mass media, social service agencies and government departments in Hong It is an area on the north shore of Hong Kong Island in Hong Kong.
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Urban renewal in Hong Kong began in the s and s when the government initiated various ‘slum clearance initiatives’. In the mids, the urban redevelopment of dilapidated old areas has become one of the major concerns of the Hong Kong :// SinceHong Kong’s government has moved forward with the construction of a high-speed railway and the world’s longest oversea bridge.
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Officers in command under British rule(Hong_Kong).