Identity” of Hong Kong people

Hong Kong has experienced more than 100 years of British colonial rule until it returned to China in 1997. In a society where more than 90% of the whole are Chinese, when it comes to “identity”, the two identities that cannot be separated must be “Hong Kong people”. ” or “Chinese”. Scholar Liu Zhaojia mentioned in the article “”Hong Kong people” or “Chinese”: the identity of Hong Kong Chinese 1985-1995″: “Hong Kong Chinese generally use the terms “Hong Kong people” and “Chinese” to refer to Calling oneself… ‘Hong Kong people’ and ‘Chinese’ are the two identities that Hong Kong Chinese feel the most meaningful.”

 People living …

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Question type and answer requirements

As mentioned in the last two issues, there are at least six different propositional questioning methods for the same issue, that is to say, there are six different answering requirements. The first two were mentioned in the last issue, and now I will discuss two more:

  • How do you think Disneyland can successfully develop in the Mainland? Try to explain it in terms of Chinese elements and tourist quality.
  • How do you think Disneyland can successfully develop in the Mainland? Try to cite two factors to explain it.

These two are also the more common types of questions. It should be said that, together with the last two types …

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Miscellaneous Notes on the Fields of the 22nd Anniversary Party of June 4th

Before writing the main text, it is really necessary to explain what field miscellaneous notes are.The so-called field miscellaneous notes are actually one of the field notes made by researchers in the process of field study. Different from regular field diaries, writing field miscellaneous notes does not need to record everything in the field environment in detail, nor does it need to use prior consideration to observe the target.As an auxiliary research tool, Fields Miscellaneous allows subjective comment and interpretation, and even includes the observer’s personal feelings. The only problem is that because the content is largely based on personal emotions, speculation and imagination, which seriously affects …

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Event at Ma Shi Po

Ma Shi Po, located in Fanling, is the only remaining agricultural land in Hong Kong. In recent years, due to real estate development, the villagers of Ma Shi Po Village are facing forced eviction. With the rapid development of modern cities, the living space of village residents is gradually shrinking, which is a topic worth thinking about in Hong Kong today…

  To this end, RTHK’s “General Knowledge Network” , in conjunction with the Northeast New Territories Concern Group , organized a “Fanling Living Space” teacher tour group to guide teachers to understand the problems of urban and rural development in Hong Kong. The event has the following …

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