Edited by Michael Zanko
Hong Kong is a cosmopolitan and highly urbanized society located at the entry to the Canton Delta on the southern coast of China. Created as China's Special Administrative Region (SAR) after its reversion and political reintegration with the Mainland, this territory is adjacent to one of the biggest and most populous Chinese provinces, Guangdong, which serves as its hinterland.
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