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Hong Kong Education System

In Hong Kong education system, there are six types of primary and secondary schools, government schools, subsidized schools, Direct Subsidy Scheme (DSS) schools, private schools, private international schools and English Schools Foundation. (Education Bureau, 2009) . In this essay, I will mainly focus on the sociological and economic perspectives of Direct Subsidy schools. There are ten points in sociological and economic perspectives. Greater flexibility can be obtained for schools. (Education...

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Hong Kong Disney Case Analysis

Hong Kong Disneyland” 1. The situation The case introduces the Disney Parks that were opened outsides of the United States (Tokyo, Paris). It reveals the reasons why it is successful in Japan and failing in French. Then it focuses on the park which was opened in Hong Kong. Managers tried their best to avoid the mistakes they made in French and thought about culture differences as many as possible. However, it still produced some negative effects, such as The Lunar New Year Holiday Fiasco, during...

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Confucianism is of Little Value in Today’s Hong Kong

CCCH9003 Modernity and Traditional Chinese Thought 2012-2013 Term Essay ‘Confucianism is of little value in today’s Hong Kong.’ Name: Cheng Ho Kwan UID: 3035068752 Introduction Historically, traditional Confucian philosophy fell out of use in China as modernity swept across Asia at beginning of the twentieth century. Since China was defeated by invaded of western countries and the increase industrial power and economic of Europe and United States forced Chinese people to consider...

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How Fortunate to Women Nowadays in Hong Kong

How fortunate to women nowadays in Hong Kong. The women appeared more than 2000 years ago. But the main important point is born in different century has big different situation for them. One of them comes from older china, and one of them comes from nowadays. Although they are same as women, there has big different between them life. The purpose of this essay is to compare and contrast the differences between women 100 years ago and women today. The most notable difference between these two women...

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The Rise of Drug Abuse in Hong Kong

Goretti Wong 6B (27) Say NO to drugs Drug abuse is on the rise among young people in Hong Kong which is a serious and alarming phenomenon that every one of us should face squarely to. Before we figure out ways to help them, we must first understand the reasons for teenagers to take drugs. Peer influence is the dominant reason for teenagers to take drugs. Usually, friends among a group share same interests and their behaviors are expected to be consistent with one another. At the same time...

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The Essential Element to Be a Financial Planner in Hong Kong

“Describe the essential element to be a successful financial planner in Hong Kong and China. Explain the challenges of practicing ethical financial planning in Hong Kong and China.” Successful financial planning Successful financial planning Establishing trusting relationships with clients Establishing trusting relationships with clients Strong reputation Strong reputation Professional and ethical behavior Professional and ethical behavior Strong financial planning knowledge Strong...

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Hong Kong Disney

Disney stores in order to retain the memory in Disneyland. In other words, the spending per capita of Chinese in Disneyland would be expected to be much lower than that of Americans as they are more like to pay extra for entertainment. Q4. How is Hong Kong Disneyland operating now? How to cope with the key challenges? Low attendance rate: Disney's idea is to attract more than five million tourists including locals, mainlanders and foreigners to the park within the first year of business but some...

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cycling in hong kong

Should bicycle be promoted as major transport in Hong Kong? In the recent years, the bicycle has become one of the popular exercises in Hong Kong and some legislative councilors advocate to promote cycling as major transport so as to sustain the low-carbon living. This promotion has given rise to many discussions in the society. While some advocates believe riding bike can enhance the citizens’ health, others concern that cycling may increase the danger of other road users. This paper examines...

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The Relationship of China and Hong Kong Property Market

about the foaminess of Chinea property market (both 1st and 2nd hand), it shows that the risk ratios of the tier 1 cities is quite high. If you were investors and wealthy man, will you pour money into China property market ONLY? 2. Hong Kong Property Market In 2009, properites of HK bloom, especially for luxury properties, which are mainly driven by the millionaires (no, should be billionaires) from the mainland. The most shocking news is that the property prices continue to hit new...

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Tea Restaurants in Hong Kong

When talking about the most popular culture in Hong Kong, the first things that come up to my mind are the tea restaurants. Unlike those Cantonese teahouses, which can also be found in Guangdong, tea restaurants are pretty unique in Hong Kong. In the election of ‘things that best represent Hong Kong’ held on the Internet by RTHK in 2004, ‘Tea restaurant’ got the champion with 1930 votes. Meanwhile, ‘Pineapple bun with butter’ and ‘Coffee with tea’, typical food and drink provided in tea restaurants...

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