History & Culture in Hong Kong

 Hong Kong is the business port located off the south-east coast of china. According to archeological findings suggests that the region has been inhabited since Old Age stone; and later its loose incorporation into the Chinese empire during the Qin Dynasty (221- 206 BC).  The territory that now comprises Hong Kong was loosely part of china during the Qin Dynasty and area was the part of ancient kingdom. In the course of the Qin Dynasty the domain was managed by Panyu County until the season of the Jin Dynasty.

Under the standard of 'One Country, Two Systems', Hong Kong turned into a Special Administrative Region of the People's Republic of China on 1 July 1997. This game plan enables the city to appreciate a high level of self-sufficiency, including holding its industrialist framework, autonomous legal executive and principle of law, facilitated commerce and the right to speak freely.

A look at the city's history could give a solid impression that change is the main steady here. In any case, regardless of all its reinventions, Hong Kong's soul has never showed signs of change. Truth be told, a similar vitality and dynamism that transformed a gathering of tired angling towns into a junction of global exchange is currently bringing Asia's reality city into the 21st century. Experience that soul and Hong Kong's story you by investigating the city's rich culture and legacy.

By the 19th Century the British Empire trade was heavily dependent upon the import of tea from china. While the British exported to China luxury items like clocks and watches, there remained overwhelming balance in trade. China developed a strong demand for Silver, which was a difficult commodity for British to come in large quantity. 

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