This selection of essays describes variations of minority ethnic teams to cross-cultural occasions in Hong Kong from the 1840s during the Nineteen Fifties. It goals to painting Hong Kong background during the views of overseas groups - the British, Germans, americans, Indians and jap - and to appreciate how they perceived the industrial state of affairs, political management and tradition of the colony.
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