Hong Kong



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Hong Kong:


The climate of Hong Kong is a monsoon-influenced humid subtropical climate (Köppen climate classification Cwa), just short of being a tropical wet-and-dry climate.


With the Chinese control of Hong Kong, Mandarin is being spoken more often than before. Chinese and English are the two official languages with Cantonese officially recognized, as it is the most popular dialect.


The Hong Kong dollar has been previously linked to the Pound Sterling. In 1971, the Hong Kong dollar was then pegged to the US dollar with a fluctuation limit, after the Sterling area was liquidated.




Hong Kong's population was estimated to be 7, 116, 302 in July 2000. Its population increased from 4.4 million in 1975 to 6.7 million in 1998, indicating a growth rate of 1.8 percent.

Capital City:

Hong Kong is a Dependency which comes under Chinese jurisdiction. The old administrative capital of Hong Kong was Victoria which has now been renamed Central so in reality this is the closest to a capital that the island has.





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