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lifestyle of Hong Kong citizens, the 4 major landfills in Hong Kong are going to be saturated. From the government’s words, these landfills will be fully saturated before late 2010s. The situation is getting worse in these years, as people have no improvement in their consumption style. They are not aware of their responsibility on reducing waste. Also, people cannot develop the routine on recycling, and send much unnecessary rubbish to the landfill. With the rare land resources in Hong Kong, we cannot...

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Hong Kong Kids

phenomenon of Hong Kong Kids I The Phenomenon of Hong Kong Kids THE PHENOMENON OF HONG KONG KIDS II Abstract In recent years, children who born after 1990s are labeled “Hong Kong kids”. The comments towards “Hong Kong kids” are mostly negative. This paper is aimed to discover “Hong Kong kids” characteristic, and the cause of this phenomenon. Throughout examining “Hong Kong kids”, it can...

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Country report Hong Kong

 1. Introduction Hong Kong, with only 1100 ㎢ land, is regarded as the one of the most success country in global market. Although, to be exact, Hong Kong is the special administrative regions of China and isn’t independent country, because of the agreement ratified when Hong Kong was returned from U.K in 1998, Hong Kong is given high autonomy from mainland china by owning individual law system and, then, is seems as the virtually independent country in international business and economics; many...

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Tutorial culture in Hong Kong

13567620A Leung Kit Ho, Bosco 13564680A Lau Ka Po, BoBo Research Plan Research Area: What are the economic/business factors leading the booming growth of private tutorial centres in Hong Kong? Research Direction: - To investigate the factors leading to the booming growth of private tutorial centre in Hong Kong, including standard of living, promotion methods, and the reasons why students attending tutorial class. - To conduct questionnaires research to collect response from students who...

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Obesity in Hong Kong

Obesity in Hong Kong Introduction The problem of obesity in Hong Kong is a significant issue that the community as a whole is trying to arouse public awareness to it. According to the statistics provided by a research done by the Hong Kong Department of Health, the estimated percentage of overweight and obese of the whole population in Hong Kong are 17.8% and 21.2% respectively(Hong Kong Department of Health 2009). This report will elaborate more on the reasons for obesity and the suggest preventive...

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Hong Kong Culture

Submission Date: 21 March 2013 Based on the Hong Kong’s cultural traits of Geert Hofstede’s research, Hong Kong has high level of power distance index, medium level of masculinity, low level of uncertainty avoidance index and low level of individualism. I partly agree with the results. I only agree the first three of cultural traits of Hong Kong and I think Hong Kong is more likely to be medium level of individualism. About the power distance index, Hong Kong has high level result is quite proper....

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Ecotourism in Hong Kong

The image of Hong Kong is well known as “shopper’s paradise” and “Pearl of the Orient”. Further, according to the International Market Research Study, it shows that the lack of new appeals in Hong Kong is a significant reason for it not being considered as a vacation destination. Therefore, it is necessary to expand the appeals of Hong Kong. Why not use our existing natural resources as tourist attractions? To maintain the competitiveness, Hong Kong should build up its own unique and special character...

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Obesity in Hong Kong

 Report on Obesity in Hong Kong 1. Introduction We are now living in an economically prosperous society and enjoying much higher living standards than ever before. However, while we benefit from these nice conditions, there are also some arising concerns. One of these problems is obesity, which has a variety of causes, but is likely related to our new way of life. This report is going to focus on the obesity problem in Hong Kong, and will discuss four possible causes and offer reasonable solutions...

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Nursing Issues in Hong Kong

Editor Nursing Issues in Hong Kong Steven L. Baumann, RN; PhD Associate Professor, Hunter College of the City University of New York, New York Changes in nursing in Hong Kong over the past decade have had more to do with the changes in the world and the region’s economy and population than the changes instituted by the Republic of China. Hong Kong’s nearly 7 million people’s health is, like in other places, threatened by a shortage of skilled and experienced nurses. Hong Kong’s three major university-based...

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Minimum Wage in Hong Kong

LEE HAN SEONG (Bill) 2010555699 Potential advantages of the minimum wage law in Hong Kong Implementation of a reasonable amount of minimum wage is necessary for the current situation in Hong Kong. Minimum wage law prohibits workers or employees hired for less than a given hourly, daily or monthly minimum wage (Filion, 2009). Hong Kong is facing a difficulty of wealth gap. Although Hong Kong has a great reputation of the financial hub and one of the most affluent cities, its wealth gap is the...

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