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HK
   is the international car registration for   
Hong Kong
Hong Kong
   uses the   
Dollar
Hong Kong dollar (HKD)
Tsing Ma Bridge
   is in   
Hong Kong
Main span of 4,518 ft. Largest bridge in the world carrying rail traffic.
Chinese
   is an official language of   
Hong Kong
English
   is an official language of   
Hong Kong
.hk
   internet domain is used by   
Hong Kong
Hong Kong Phooey
   is the alter ego of   
Penrod "Penry" Pooch
Li Ka-Shing
   is/was   
Chairman of Hutchison Whampoa LTD in Hong Kong
Asia’s Most Powerful Man by Asiaweek (2000)
Hong Kong
   Airport has the code   
HKG
China
1962
   saw the release of   
Road to Hong Kong
Con-men Chester Babcock (Bob Hope) and Harry Turner (Bing Crosby). Chester accidentally memorizes and destroys the only copy of a secret Russian formula for a new and improved rocket fuel.
Ocean Park
   is situated in   
Hong Kong
Hong Kong Island
Harry Turner
   was played by Bing in   
The Road To Hong Kong (1962)
Hong Kong
   belongs to   
China
30.6 sq. mi.; Special administrative region
Lane Crawford
   was founded in   
Hong Kong
Established in 1850 by T.A. Lane & Ninian Crawford
Hong Kong
   stands on the   
Pearl
China
Hong Kong
   has the mark   
VR-H
Hong Kong
   is situated in   
Asia
China
Hong Kong
   has the national flower   
The Bauhininia Blakeana
Love Is a Many-Splendored Thing (1955)
   was set in   
Hong Kong
William Holden, Jennifer Jones
Hong Kong
   has the National Plant   
Bauhininia Blakeana
Kam Sheung Road (bridge)
   is in   
Hong Kong
Tuen Mun Viaduct
Kap Shui Mun Bridge
   is in   
Hong Kong
Ting Kau Bridge
   is in   
Hong Kong
Ferry to Hong Kong (1959)
   starred   
Curt Jurgens, Sylvia Syms and Orson Welles
Director: Lewis Gilbert. Also starred Jeremy Spencer, Noel Purcell and Milton Reid.
_____ Garden
   -   
Hong Kong
Souxsie & The Banshees
The Man From Hong Kong (1975)
   starred   
Yu Wang, George Lazenby and Peter Armstrong
Director: Brian Trenchard-Smith. Also starred Max Aspin, Deryck Barnes & Kevin Broadribb. Action/drama. Tagline- The devil dies when the dragon flies
Brian Trenchard-Smith
   directed   
The Man From Hong Kong (1975)
Hong Kong Disneyland
   is situated in   
China
Hong Kong
Hong Kong Wetland Park
   is found in   
Hong Kong
Visitors can learn more on wildlife, which are native to Hong Kong and other parts of the world, through the animals and models displayed in the Living Wetland Gallery. Such as False gharial, mouse deer and green turtle, etc.
Hong Kong Zoological and Botanical Gardens
   is found in   
Hong Kong
One of the oldest zoological and botanical centres in the world.
Ocean Park Hong Kong
   is found in   
Hong Kong
Lots of dolphin shows all year round.
1997
   was the year   
Hong Kong Returned to China
Hong Kong
   has this flag:   

Territory of China
1898
      
Convention for the Extension of Hong Kong Territory
Cedes the New Territories to the United Kingdom.
Hong Kong
   has the country calling code   
+852
Hong Kong
   has the time zone   
UTC+8
Chinese Standard Time
Hong Kong
   has the coat of arms   

Territory of China
Ogden Mears
   is played by Marlon Brando in   
A Countess From Hong Kong (1967)
Captain Hart
   is played by Orson Welles in   
Ferry To Hong Kong (1959)
Natascha
   is played by Sophia Loren in   
A Countess from Hong Kong (1967)
Hong Kong
   is   

Sai Wan War Cemetery
   is located in   
Hong Kong
WWII dead are buried here
Stanley Military Cemetery
   is located in   
Hong Kong
Military cemetery and battlefield of WWII
Gallant Garden
   is located in   
Hong Kong
For civil servants who lost their lives on duty
Wo Hop Shek Public Cemetery
   is located in   
Hong Kong
Largest cemetery in Hong Kong
Pearl of the Orient
   is a nickname for   
Hong Kong
Hong Kong / Xianggang
   uses license plates beginning with   
港 / Gang
Dermot Reeve
   was born in   
Hong Kong
1992-199
1997
   was the year   
Hong Kong Returned to China






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