Chu, Jeff
October 2015
Travel & Leisure;Oct2015, Vol. 45 Issue 10, p178
The author discusses the significant evolution of the social and economic condition of Hong Kong, China after the British government returned its sovereignty. He outlines the blooming condition of the territory which motivates artists, investors, and immigrants to relocate in the area. The author also shares his experience in returning back to the territory from California in which he realized the stronger sense of community and emphasis of returning to life's basics.


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