Disneyland, Hong Kong

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朋友您好!

Here goes a very wonderful postcard from Hong Kong!!! Thank you so much my dear Bradley!! This is Disney Land!! So great! I love the Mickey Mouse ♥

Some facts about Hong Kong!

  • Officially, Hong Kong was announced as ‘Hong Kong Special Administrative Region’ of China on 1 July 1997.
  • Hong Kong measures more than 1,092 sq km, and includes the New Territories, Kowloon, Hong Kong Island, and many other small isles.
  • A dialect of Chinese known as Cantonese is an official language of Hong Kong and English is the second language spoken.
  • It is not only a Special Administrative Region (SAR) of China, but also has its own mini-establishment i.e. the Basic Law.
  • The union allegory of Hong Kong and China is Sousa Chinensis i.e. the Chinese White Dolphin.
  • ‘Hong Kong’ in English means ‘Fragrant Harbor’.
  • At the Pearl River foot, to the southeast of China is situated Hong Kong.
  • Hong Kong is surrounded by South China Sea from east, west and south sides and to the north is Guangdong province.
  • After the victory over the Chinese in the 1842 Opium War, British took over the Hong Kong.
  • The topography of Hong Kong is nice-looking hilly region as well as outdoor escalators are also provided so tourists can have a better look over the natural surrounding Hong Kong.
  • Hong Kong is among the most populated province in the world.
  • Feng Shui plays an important role in the Hong Kong culture, even before building a building, Feng Shui is considered.
  • Eat noodles on your birthday is believed to extend your life in Hong Kong.
  • Private firework parties are prohibited in Hong Kong.
  • In Hong Kong, a couple has two wedding ceremonies. The first ceremony is an officially signing the marriage register and second is followed by banquet.

I send Love!

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