Hong Kong as a Distinct Society

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Hong Kong as a Distinct Society
Hong Kong has a long and complicated history. It has been colonized by a wide range of people over its long history. As a result it has developed a hybrid culture. This essay will argue that Hong Kong has developed a hybrid culture based on a combination of Asian and European cultural influences. Colonialism was a major source of these cultural influences. This culture is unique in Asia and has had major impacts on both Hong Kong and China during the reunification process.
To begin this argument we will look at the history of Hong Kong. It can be argued that Hong Kong was an independent country and culture from the beginning. For example, In Hong Kong Michael Inghan explains how during the Fourth and Fifth...
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