Hong Kong Reintegrating With China

Author: Pui-tak Lee
Publisher: Hong Kong University Press
ISBN: 9622095119
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This comprehensive book provides a multi-dimensional analysis of Hong Kong's development, and her political, socio-economic and cultural relations with China.

Crisis And Transformation In China S Hong Kong

Author: Darrene L. Hackler
Publisher: M.E. Sharpe
ISBN: 9780765622198
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His edited volumes in this series include The Hong Kong Basic Law: Blueprint for
"Stability and Prosperity" Under Chinese Sovereignty? (1991) and Precarious
Balance: Hong Kong Between China and Britain, 1842-1992 (1994). Ming
Chan's most recent and forthcoming books are: The Hong Kong Reader:
Passage to Chinese Sovereignty (M.E. Sharpe, 1996, coedited with G.
Postiglione), The Challenge of Hong Kong's Reintegration with China ( 1 997),
The China Factor and Hong ...

The A To Z Of The Hong Kong Sar And The Macao Sar

Author: Ming K. Chan
Publisher: Scarecrow Press
ISBN: 1461672287
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(1991), Precarious Balance: Hong Kong between China and Britain, 1842–1992
(1994), and Crisis and Transformation in China's Hong Kong (2002), coedited
with Alvin So. Ming Chan's other recent books on Hong Kong are The Hong Kong
Reader: Passage to Chinese Sovereignty (1996), coedited with Gerard
Postiglione, and The Challenge of Hong Kong's Reintegration with China (1997).
Shiu-hing (Sonny) Lo is an associate professor of political science at the
University of ...

Macao And U S China Relations

Author: Yufan Hao
Publisher: Lexington Books
ISBN: 9780739143698
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His current research interests include policy studies in Mainland China, Hong
Kong, and Macao; Macao public administrative reforms; and Macao's external
relations with the United States, Europe and Mainland China. Ming K. Chan ... the
author or editor of ten books, including Crisis and Transformation in China's
Hong Kong (2002), The Challenge of Hong Kong's Reintegration with China (
1997), and Precarious Balance: Hong Kong between China and Britain: 1842—
1992 (1994).

A Concise History Of Hong Kong

Author: John Mark Carroll
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
ISBN: 9780742534223
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Neither a nostalgic celebration nor a condemnation of British colonialism, the book explores Hong Kong from four interlinked angles Chinese history, British colonial history, world history, and as a place with its own unique identity.

Hong Kong China

Author: John Dodsworth
Publisher:
ISBN: 9781557756725
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This paper provides a detailed account of Hong Kong on the eve of its reintegration into China as a special administrative region.

China Hong Kong Taiwan Inc

Author: Willem Van Kemenade
Publisher: Vintage
ISBN: 0307758362
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Van Kemenade's portrait of the true internal power structures of the three Chinas provides our clearest look yet at the fastest-rising new empire in the world today. From the Trade Paperback edition.

Labour Law In Hong Kong

Author: Ng Sek Hong
Publisher: Kluwer Law International
ISBN: 9041133070
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In spite of its endeavours to harmonize itself with the rule of the SAR government,
the FTU purports to maintain its independent posture in protecting and bettering
the employment interests and rights of the labouring mass at the 'grassroots' level
. As illustrated by the past ten years of Hong Kong's experience after the 1997
political reintegration with China, this era of the SAR government's rule has been
punctuated by the FTU's challenges to the labour policy of the administration
which ...