Favourite stories from Hong Kong

by Leon Comber

Publisher: Heinemann Asia in Hong Kong

Written in English
Published: Pages: 48 Downloads: 364
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  • Hong Kong (China),
  • China,
  • Hong Kong.


  • English language -- Textbooks for foreign speakers -- Chinese.,
  • Readers -- China -- Hong Kong.,
  • English language -- Textbooks for foreign speakers -- Chinese.,
  • Hong Kong (China) -- Juvenile literature.,
  • Hong Kong (China)

About the Edition

Explores the history, land, and people of Hong Kong using short articles and correspondence between a Hong Kong native and his London pen pal. Comprehension and language exercises follow each story.

Edition Notes

Includes name index in English and Chinese characters.

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It’s a light-hearted celebration of Hong Kong’s diversity, its amazing transport system and the kindness of strangers. Hong Kong ABC. By Diana Wu-David. Hong Kong's intoxicating mix has been colourfully captured by authors from Paul Theroux to Jan Morris.

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Dr Kwong Chi Man, Assistant Professor, History Department, Hong Kong Baptist University "Listeners to my show on RTHK know David as a great teller of quirky Hong Kong stories. He brings the same insight and meticulous research to this, his new book.

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The book uses graphic imagery to portray the worst of racism, and as told by one of the characters in the book, “racism’s a cancer that doesn’t get cured”.

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There are nine Dymocks stores in the Hong Kong region.