Essays on Hong Kong

West Kowloon Cultural District Project
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After finished the second public consultation on the three models (City Park, Cultural Connect and Project for a New Dimension), West Kowloon Cultural District (WKCD) project arouse public’s attention again. It was first announced by Tung Chee-hwa in 1998 to develop Hong Kong as the cultural hub in Asia with world-class facilities inside the district including theatres, performance venues, museums, exhibition centers and piazzas. However, after the first public consultation, the government overthrew original proposal due to strong opposition on…...
ArtHong KongProjectTourism
Shopping in Hong Kong
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Hong Kong People like shopping; they spend lots of money on buying things. According to the survey that made by the government, the value of total retail sales in June 2000, estimated at $15.3 billion. Every person approximately spends $2350 on shopping. Online Shopping Nowadays, the rapid development of the Internet advances the online trading. The customers do not need to walk on the streets, they just have to browse the website of that company, and the shop will provide…...
EconomyHong KongPublic TransportShoppingShopping Mall
Oasis Hong Kong Airlines Limited –
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OASIS HONG KONG AIRLINES LIMITED – WHAT WENT WRONG AND WHAT SHOULD HAVE DONE TO SAVE IT FROM BANKCRUPTCY Table of Content 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Company Background Liquidation Timeline Causes of Failure Impacts of Oasis’s Case What Should Have Done to Save Oasis from Bankruptcy Conclusion Company Background Oasis Hong Kong Airlines Limited • Long-haul budget airline • Hub at Hong Kong International Airport • Founder Mr. Raymond Lee Ms. Priscilla Lee • Started operation – Oct…...
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Land use Strategy for hotel development in Hong Kong
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  Chapter 4 Land Use Planning & Land and Building Controls on Hotel Development 4. 1 Introduction Looking at the existing Building and Planning Ordinances, there are two major issue related to hotel development. "One relates to the intensity of development permitted on a particular site for hotels compared to other forms of land use. The second relates to the zoning system and the zoning designations which enable the development of hotels. Under the existing legal framework, hotels are treated…...
DevelopmentHong KongHotelStrategyTourism
Bank of China
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There are currently 26 Chinese banks and seven representative offices operating in Hong Kong. The Bank of China is now the second largest banking group in Hong Kong after HSBC. Hong Kong is also a key offshore capital-raising centre for Chinese enterprises. “By the end of 2003, 258 mainland companies (including H-shares, red-chips and other overseas registered Chinese companies) were listed in Hong Kong with a total market capitalization of US$ 217 billion, or 31% of Hong Kong's total market…...
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How Does Air Pollution Affect the Hong Kong People and Economy?
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In this piece of coursework, I will investigate on the rapid increase of pollution in Hong Kong and the disadvantages it may bring to the people, businesses and the economy. I will also evaluate ways in which government has tried to overcome this problem. Methodology: I will collect both primary and secondary data from internet, newspaper and magazine cuttings. I will collect my primary data using the questionnaire which I designed and question students and adults of both sexes to…...
Air PollutionHong KongPeoplePollutionPriceTax
Business activity in China and Hong Kong
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Introduction In earlier times, business was merely a way of earning money and the main goal was to gain financial profit. But as we become more civilized, a sense of social responsibility was developed. Companies and corporations have learnt that besides earning, they should also be giving back to the society and that's how they can contribute their part in the betterment and progress of whole society. The Law of Long-Run Self-Interest, or the Iron Law of Responsibility (Davis and…...
ActivityBusinessChinaHong KongPolicySustainability
research question-4
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Essay : My research was on the handover of hong kong and Macau, my research question was: To what extent did the handover influence the economics of hong kong and Macau?Hong Kong Britain occupied the island of Hong Kong on January 25, 1841. China was defeated in the war and had to give up Hong Kong to Britain in terms of the Treaty of Nanking. Therefore Hong Kong was captured and turned into a colony in 1843. Portuguese Macau was…...
EconomyHong KongResearchTable Manners
Light Pollution In Hong Kong Environmental Sciences
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Hong Kong is well-known as the Pearl of the Orient because of its bright lights of skyline at night. It is generally acknowledged by business parties that the brighter the lights in the city, the more business opportunities they will grab. (Lau, 2012) Nevertheless, behind this glamorous metropolitan city, the overuse of outdoor lighting facilities sacrifices Hong Kong’s valuable natural resources and citizens’ good living environment. Light pollution caused by it has been increasing rapidly and is an environmental problem,…...
Air PollutionEnvironmentHong KongLight PollutionPollutionScience
Hong Kong Disneyland in Tourism Industry
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The industry analysis discusses the present situation of the different theme parks in Asia when it comes to the increase and decrease of visitors as well as these theme parks’ rankings relative to its competitors. The industry analysis also discusses Hong Kong’s Tourism Industry. The competitive analysis, on the other hand, discusses both the direct and indirect competitors of Hong Kong Disneyland when it comes to other theme parks, tourist destinations and also hotels in Hong Kong. The TOWS analysis…...
AsiaChinaHong KongIndustryMarketingMy Dream Destination Disneyland
Hong Kong Identity
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Politic: July 1st, 2003 Protest Agenda 1. Introduction • 1. 1. What is identity politic • 1. 2. Political events that have affected HK Identity 2. July1st, 2003 protest 3. Conclusion 1. 1. What is Identity Politic • Identity politics: Identity as a politic • Development of identity politic • Past v. s Present Introduction July 1st Protest Conclusion 1. 2. Political events that affected HK Identity Tiananmen Square After WWI: Refugee Identity Mistrust of Chinese Government Article 23 After…...
Hong KongIdentityJusticePoliticsRights
Case Analysis of Hong Kong Disneyland
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The magical enchantment of Disneyland appears to wear off easily on the Asian tourism market. After two years from its grandiose foray into the Asia, the brain box of Hong Kong Disneyland is rethinking its strategies and programs into meeting the dwindling sales and visitors receipts that the theme park is recently encountering. According to a report by the International Herald Tribune, the theme park drew 5. 2 visitors in its maiden year and 4. 8 million tourists in the…...
ChinaDisneylandHong KongMy Dream Destination DisneylandTourism
Hong Kong’s lifestyle in “Cha Chaan Teng”
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Hong Kong identity is a complicated issue and many different perspectives have to be taken into consideration in order to study this issue. This paper mainly focuses on the cultural perspective of the Hong Kong identity. Hall.S (2000) “identities are never unified and, in late modern times, increasingly fragmented and fractured; never singular but multiply constructed across different, often intersecting and antagonistic, discourses, practices, and positions.” This implies identity is regarded as a shared culture in Hong Kong. Most Hong…...
FoodHong KongLifestyle
The Housing Problem in Hong Kong
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In 28 Dec.,2012, Greenview Villa began to accept Interested buyers, the initial enthusiastic response from the rigid demand of the property market property prices, has received about 600 copies of the first day of registration, to reflect the rigid housing demand in Hong Kong strong, to face a serious shortage of supply, high property prices high, and the public in buying difficult, apart from rising rents lead to the living environment of the grassroots more apparent retrogression, the situation is…...
EconomyHong KongHousingPrice
Strategic Management Process: Ocean Park Hong Kong
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Introduction Ocean Park is considered as a major attraction in Hong Kong, the luminous pearl of the Orient and known as the financial center of Southeast China. It is located on the south end of Hong Kong Island. The larger two sections are located on the headlands of Mount Nanlang, while the smaller section is located in the Huang Zhu Keng Valley lowlands. It is considered as one of the largest ocean in the world, having an area of 170…...
Amusement ParkCompetitionCompetitive AdvantageHong KongOceanPark
Ocean Park Case Study
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Intro Ocean Park, Hong Kong's only homegrown theme park, was opened in 1977. It is the biggest marine-based theme park in Asia, concentrating on providing facilities for academic, recreational and conservation activities to the general public. The park houses fourteen trips, an assortment of aquariums, a giant panda exhibition, observatories and educational laboratories. It is likewise the only Asian Park to be certified by the American Zoo and Fish Tank Association. Problem- Hong Kong Tourism In 2004, the tourist market…...
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Hong Kong International Airport
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Introduction: Hong Kong International Airport is among the biggest civil engineering projects and incredible airport on the planet. Starts it serving function in July 1998 and adheres to four serving purposes which are Safety, Operational Performance, Client Benefit and Environment leads them to almost 50 times acknowledgment of world's best airport. HKIA was previously named as Chek Lap Kok Airport.It was built by land improvement at the island of Chek Lap Kok and as the replacement for old Hong Kong…...
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Hong Kong Housing Problems
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Nowadays , Housing Problem is very serious in Hong Kong . Many people such as the elderly and the fresh graduates , most of them can’t have the flats for living and some need to live in the subdivided units . Our chief executive , Mr. CY Leung just announced his first policy address , in the housing aspects , he suggested that building more flats for the citizens . However , I think it’s only a long term solutions…...
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Property market in Hong Kong
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Introduction Hong Kong has established its real estate markets since 1841, when it became a colony of the British Empire after the First Opium War. As a small city with only an area of 1,104 square km, but over 7 millions of people, Hong Kong has one of the most prosperous property markets and which has created a huge amount of wealth. According to Forbes list of Hong Kong billionaires 2012, the top 3 richest people and 8 out of…...
Hong KongProperty
Inclusive Education in Hong Kong
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Nowadays, when we talk about students with special education needs (SEN), we are no longer focusing on how special education schools treat the SENs for their learning. We address to the issue inclusive education because the public believes every child should share the same fundamental right to learn in a ‘normal’ classroom and education should be provided to cater the wide diversity of learners’ characteristics and needs (UNESCO, 1994). As a result, inclusive Education has been introduced to the Hong…...
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My Favourite City Hong Kong
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The Pearl of Asia or the popularly known as Hong Kong is a dynamic metropolis steeped in unique blend of East and West. Hong Kong is also my hometown I am proud of. Since childhood, the most beautiful sight I even seen is the stunning view of Hong Kong. Apart from that, every spectacular image has its own stories, history, culture, and memories that represent this amazing city. Hong Kong is also astonishing for many reasons. One is the famous…...
CityHong KongMy Favorite CityMy Favourite
UNlQLO-Hong Kong
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Introduction: This essay sets out to strategically analyze UNIQLO which IS a new Japanese ca wear brand invest in Hong Kong. I will analysis UNIQLO internal factor and external factor. After that, I will recommendation some area of digital marketing to UNIQLO Company background: UNIQLO is the well-known casual clothing brand in Japan, and to Show footprints across four continents, 17 places. UNIQLO is mainly developing the” business market in Asia such as Hong Kong, Taiwan, China, Korea and Japan.…...
Hong KongMarketingSocial MediaSwot Analysis
Private cars should be banned in Hong Kong
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In this modern world, the majority of people in rich cities own cars. Cars are cool, comfortable, and convenient. But have people ever thought about and realized the damage private cars are doing to our community? I think not. People buy cars for their own benefit, with no regard for the fact that the emissions from vehicles are contributing to global warming. Moreover, especially in overpopulated Hong Kong, the high density of private cars causes massive traffic jams and accidents.…...
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Me Working as Hong Kong Police Officer
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I would be interested in working as Hong Kong police officer because the department is paying great attention to the employees morale and motivation. This can be seen by the way the department treat their employees by rewarding them with awards and recognition after the employee had accomplished a special achievement and performed their assigned duties at a sustained level of excellence. There are several methods to motivate the employees at works. One of the methods is by giving them…...
Hong KongHuman NatureMotivationPolice Officer
Category Analysis of Sports and Energy Drinks In Hong Kong
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Our business, Otsuka Pharmaceutical Co., Ltd, is preparing for a product technique to its item: Pocari Sweat. Pocari Sweat is a grapefruit-tasting, non-carbonated sweet drink and is advertised as an "ion supply beverage". It is created to increase endurance, replace electrolyte loss or prevent dehydration when exercising for long periods of time. Pocari Sweat is well-recognized by the regional individuals, particularly to the athletes. Category Beauty Analysis Classification Factor The product category we defined is the Sports and Energy Drinks.…...
Energy DrinksHong KongSports
Air Pollution: Causes, Problems, and Solutions In Hong Kong
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Hong Kong is one of the busiest cities in the world. It is not only prominent as an Asian commercial center, but also famous for its air pollution, which haunts the lives of thousands of Hong Kong people and wastes billions of dollars of the government and the private sectors every year. It is an unchanging fact that air pollution in Hong Kong not only results in a waste of massive amounts of money, but also results in deterioration on…...
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Landfills problem in Hong Kong
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Imagine one day that we may have nowhere to dispose our waste, ______. You may be dubious that there is still a long way to this nightmare; however, according to the Hong Kong Environmental Protection Department, the three major strategic landfills in Hong Kong will be saturated in the mid to late 2010s. In other words, our landfills are going to be filled up within ten years. It implies that Hong Kong indeed has an imminent waste problem associated with…...
Hong KongLittering
Hong Kong theme park Analysis
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1. Introduction Theme Park is an entertainment venue that includes rides, restaurants, activities, and attractions, woven around a theme such as celebrity or characters. Therefore, Hong Kong has a pair of theme parks which are Hong Kong Disneyland (an international famous theme park) and Ocean Park (a recreational, educational, home-growth theme park). Both of the theme parks have attracted about 10 million visitors in 2009/2010. In this paper, the Hong Kong theme park industry will be analyzed by using Porter’s…...
Amusement ParkCompetitionHong KongParkTourism
The causes of late marriage in Hong Kong
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Late marriage is a serious problem, it may pose a health risk to both mother and children, may develop a generation gap and cause the problem of aging. There is an arising trend of late marriage for both male and female in Hong Kong. The median age at first marriage for males was 31.2 and that for females was 28.9 (Census and Statistics Department, 2012).They were higher than the parallel data 35 years ago. The two causes of the increase…...
DivorceHong KongMarriage
The SWOT analysis of cruise product in Hong Kong
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Strength: -The long history and reputation of the company is the strength, if you ask traveling company, most people in Hong Kong will say our company name, that can proof that we have well-known brand in Hong Kong people -Our service so good and many customers satisfy our services -We provide a lot of trip for different type customer -We are such a large company that we have significant cost advantages over most of our competitors -Good financial position -Effective…...
BusinessHong KongMarketingSwot AnalysisTourism
Starbucks Coffee Company (Hong Kong)
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Starbucks Coffee Company (Hong Kong) was established in May 2000. They opened the first store in Central's Exchange Square. By May 2008, Starbucks has opened more than 100 branches across Hong Kong commercial, shopping & entertainment and residential areas. Why did we choose this brand? The brand name of “Starbucks” becomes very well-known in Hong Kong. According to the article of Hong Kong Coffee Culture Exchange Association (, we can see that a lots of Hong Kong people tend…...
CoffeeCompanyHong KongSalesStarbucksSwot Analysis
Disneyland Hong Kong Depiction
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1. What led to the eventual woes experienced by Hong Kong Disneyland in its first year of operation? How should Hong Kong Disneyland rectify its market situation? The venture into Hong Kong by Walt Disney was a simple example of a large successful western company not doing its homework. The case presents a clear picture of the importance of understanding a foreign market thoroughly before doing business there. Several factors led to an unsuccessful first year of operations and a…...
DisneylandHong KongMy Dream Destination Disneyland
Hong Kong Disneyland Finance Analysis
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In 2010, Hong Kong Disneyland entered into a long-term loan from the Government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region which is scheduled to mature on dates through 2030. The decrease of Non-current liabilities was attributable to the conversion of a portion of this loan into ordinary shares, partially offset by deferred interest expense. In 2008, Hong Kong Disneyland entered into a loan facility agreement with The Walt Disneyland Company to finance the repayment of the short-term borrowing and to…...
FinanceHong KongMy Dream Destination DisneylandToy Story
SASA Cosmetics
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SASA Cosmetics Case Study BY GROUP 4 Meenakshi chauhan 79 Meera sethi 80 Megha saraogi 81 Milin Mathew 82 Umair khan 83 Mohit patel 84 SaSa Cosmetics Situation Analysis: SaSa which is one of the leading forces in cosmetics retail and beauty services aims at “quality products at a fair price.” Low prices, wide product selections and convenient retail locations helped SaSa to capture the market and expand its business in branded cosmetics and toiletries in Hong Kong. It also…...
AdvertisingBusinessEconomicsEconomyHong KongMarket Segmentation
Shopping, Tourism and Pollution in Hong Kong
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In the past decade, Hong Kong has been well known for its duty free and wide range of goods, it allows people from the world have a fantastic shopping experience. However, more news reporting the negative images of Hong Kong tourism which adversely affects the image of “shoppers’ paradise”, are arisen. While numerous tourists can be seen in tourist spots in Hong Kong, some contend that they no longer choose Hong Kong as a travel destination. This paper will focus…...
Hong KongPollutionShoppingTourism
How Does Drug Abuse Affect Personal Development of Hong Kong Teenagers?
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Liberal Studies: Independent Enquiry Studies Enquiry theme: How does drug abuse affect personal development of Hong Kong teenagers? 1. Introduction I am interested in the topic of drug abuse since I first study the bad effects of drug abuse. However, the reason I chose drug abuse as my enquiry topic because a new that I recently read .It showed a very dangerous trend appears in Hong Kong which is more and more teenagers try to abuse drugs. It also found…...
Drug AbuseHong KongPersonal DevelopmentTeenage Drug Abuse
The World Food Fair Ltd & Another v. Hong Kong Island Development Ltd
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1st Plaintiff – The World Food Fair Limited (formerly know as wealth state Investments Limited) 2nd Plaintiff – The World Enterprises Holdings Limited Defendant – Hong Kong Island Development Limited (Owner of shopping mall and two plaintiffs are the owners of retail shops) In 1996, after conference, the plaintiffs brought an action against the defendant for breach of an agreement to grant them a tenancy at the defendant’s shopping mall. The defendant and plaintiffs reach a verbal agreement, such as…...
DevelopmentHong KongWorld Food Problem
Hong Kong Airlines Marketing Plan for India
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1. Intro The purpose of this project is to develop an international marketing plan for Hong Kong Airlines to broaden to the India market. The very first part of the job will cover the current marketing mix and techniques of Hong Kong Airlines, along with the SWOT analysis. The 2nd part will analyze the India market and explore the feasibility for Hong Kong Airlines to enter this market as a low-priced carrier, or typically referred to as a budget airline.…...
Hong KongIndiaMarketing
Hong Kong Disneyland: Where Is The Magic
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The case study, "Hong Kong Disneyland: Where is the Magic", analyzed Disney's tactical decision to broaden their product into Hong Kong. Disney got in into a joint venture with the Hong Kong federal government to build their third international amusement park. The following analysis reviews why and how Disney entered the South-East Asian market using the CAGE analysis. We evaluate the tactical management concerns and decisions that were made as issues occurred from the entry into Hong Kong market and…...
Hong KongMy Dream Destination Disneyland
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How Does Air Pollution Affect the Hong Kong People and Economy?
...To make sure that the people of Hong Kong do their bit to reduce pollution, it is essential for the government to educate people more about the issue of pollution. I think that the citizens of Hong Kong could do much more to stop pollution. Many peop...
How Does Drug Abuse Affect Personal Development of Hong Kong Teenagers?
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Hong Kong Disneyland: Where Is The Magic
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