Hong Kong seems like a contradiction in terms: a modern city where traditional values of hospitality are held dear, English pubs next to dim-sum restaurants and double decker buses passing hawkers selling chicken feet.
This fusion of east and west is the legacy of a century and more of British rule before the colony was returned to China in 1997.
The main entertainment and commercial areas are in the north of Hong Kong Island, while the east is residential and the south is green with pretty bays; Kowloon Peninsula is built up, while the New Territories and the Outlying Islands are more peaceful.
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