3 edition of Hong Kong: borrowed place, borrowed time. found in the catalog.
Hong Kong: borrowed place, borrowed time.
|LC Classifications||DS796.H757 H83 1968|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||173|
|LC Control Number||68101132|
British Hong Kong was a colony and British Dependent Territory of the United Kingdom from to , apart from a brief period under Japanese occupation from to The colonial period began with the occupation of Hong Kong Island in during the First Opium island was ceded by Qing dynasty in the aftermath of the war in and established as a Crown colony in Capital: Victoria (de facto), (Known as Central since ). The Ultimate Guide to Hong Kong Book Stores (the place has a feel of a jumble sale at times). The shop is very chill, inviting you to relax with a tea or coffee in cosy surrounds. Address: 10 Park Road, Mid Levels Something borrowed – libraries in Hong Kong Central Library. Under British rule, Hong Kong was often referred to as a borrowed place on borrowed time (a description inspired by the title of a classic book about the territory by Richard Hughes). Time still. The precariousness of the post-war decades had been well captured in the title of Richard Hughes ' book: Hong Kong: Borrowed Place, Borrowed Time. The aptness of this phrase is evident from the experience of the post-Second World War years.
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The man who won it got demoted for the deed. The acquisition was considered unprofitable /5(7). Borrowed Place, Borrowed Time: Hong Kong and Its Many Faces by Hughes, Richard and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at The subtitle is borrowed—from Hah Suyin—but the outlook is independent in this brief overview of Hong Kong as it is, was, and may be.
Politically neuter, ""an impudent capitalist survival on China's communist derriere,"" Hong Kong even in violence has been notably free of subversion: the riots were the first in which Mao's name and image were evoked.
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It was the Hong Kong I arrived in, and was so inspired by. The Borrowed is an borrowed time. book book that chronicles the life of an extraordinary Hong-Kong based detective through piecing together seven novellas, each reporting on an intriguing case, that slowly reveals exactly how talented he is.
By doing do, the book navigates its way through the history of Hong Kong policing. It details how it has changed and developed over the years, by going backwards in /5.
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ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Rev. published under title: Borrowed place, borrowed time. Description: pages 8 plates, 8. Get this from a library. Hong Kong: borrowed place, borrowed time. [Richard Hughes] -- Rev.
published under title: Borrowed place, borrowed time. Bibliography: p. He died in Hong Kong in January of kidney and liver diseases.
His granddaughter is Christa Hughes. Publications. The Chinese Communes (Bodley Head, ) Hong Kong: Borrowed Place, Borrowed Time - Hong Kong borrowed time. book its many Hong Kong: borrowed place (Deutsch, ) Richard Hughes, Foreign Devil: Thirty Years of Reporting from the Far East (Deutsch, ) References.
The handover in saw Hong Kong’s smooth transition from colonial to Communist rule under the auspices of the ‘one country, two systems’ framework.
But twenty years on, the real impact of the sovereignty change is just starting to register: the city’s near-total economic integration with the mainland, a massive influx of Chinese.
2 days ago Borrowed Place, Borrowed Time was how the late Australian journalist Richard Hughes titled a book about colonial Hong Kong. While the territory is no longer on loan from China, it still has some precious time left to show that electoral democracy and rule of law are not necessarily incompatible with being Chinese.
Borrowed Place, Borrowed Time: Hong Kong and Its Many Faces: Hughes, Richard: Books - (3). Borrowed Time, Borrowed Place Roberta Green Ahmanson originally presented this speech on the eve of the transfer of Hong Kong’s sovereignty to China in Let us begin by reflecting on the following passages from the Book of Psalms.
Borrowed Time, Borrowed Place Roberta Green Ahmanson originally presented this speech on the eve of the transfer of Hong Kong's sovereignty to China in Let us begin by reflecting on the following passages from the Book of : Roberta Green Ahmanson.
My friend Janet recently sent me a book from the fabulous Swindon bookstore in Hong Kong. It’s Richard Hughes’ Borrowed Place, Borrowed Time: Hong Kong and Its Many Faces (Andre Deutsch, ). And boy is it a gem. I love history, especially when it pertains to Hong Kong. And this book is especially fascinating because Hughes includes all sorts of predictions about Hong Kong in the years.
Famed author Richard Hughes published a book about Hong Kong being a borrowed place on borrowed time. Before the reunification, Hong Kong was indeed a British colony on borrowed time. “It Was All Wasted” is one of 47 works in Hong Kong 20/ Reflections on a Borrowed Place, a PEN Hong Kong anthology which is the best writing collection this city has produced in recent.
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A Borrowed place: the history of Hong Kong by Welsh, Frank. Publication date Topics Hong Kong (China) -- History. Borrow this book to access EPUB and PDF files.
Books to Borrow. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books. Scanned in China. Uploaded by abowser on Octo SIMILAR ITEMS (based on metadata)Pages: Frank Welsh's history of Hong Kong, "A Borrowed Place," does a fairly good job of providing context for the political situation over there.
It does a less complete job of capturing anything of the social or cultural flavor of the city, though, focusing almost exclusively on the colonial administration and relations between London and Beijing. A large part of my thesis slog involves trying to understand Hong Kong on the eve of war.
So I was delighted to come across a diary which reveals the social, political and economic life of the British colony inincluding attitudes towards the evacuation scandal, the treatment of British and Canadian soldiers, refugee humanitarianism and race relations between the Chinese and British in.
Community psychology in a borrowed place with borrowed time: The case of Hong Kong Sheung-Tak CHENG, Winnie W. MAK Department of Health and Physical Education (HPE)Cited by: 4. But, as financial experts James Freeman and Vern McKinley reveal, the crisis was just one of many disasters Citi has experienced since its founding more than two hundred years ago.
In Borrowed Time, they reveal Citi’s history of instability and government support. It’s not a story that either Citi or Washington wants told. - Borrowed Place, Borrowed Time: Hong Kong and Its Many Faces. - Borrowed Place, Borrowed Time: Hong Kong and Its Many Faces.
Stay safe and healthy. Please practice hand-washing and social distancing, and check out our resources for adapting to these times. Cite this chapter as: Cheng ST., Mak W.W.S. () Community Psychology in a Borrowed Place with Borrowed Time: The Case of Hong Kong. In: Reich S.M., Riemer M Cited by: 4.
In the late s, Australia's veteran Asia correspondent Dick Hughes wrote a book titled Borrowed Place, Borrowed Time. The book describes the uniqueness of Hong Kong: a.
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Shop now. From award-winning Hong Kong writer Chan Ho-Kei, The Borrowed tells the story of Kwan Chun-dok, a Hong Kong detective whose career spans fifty years of the territory’s history.
A deductive powerhouse, Kwan becomes a legend in the force, nicknamed “the Eye of Brand: Grove/Atlantic, Inc. (smiles) Come, come, the reason should be well known enough by now.
It’s been explained literally decades ago already in various quarters. Or maybe it’s more obvious to insane oldies like me in their 50s and older. The reason is immortalised in th. The information about The Borrowed shown above was first featured in "The BookBrowse Review" - BookBrowse's online-magazine that keeps our members abreast of notable and high-profile books publishing in the coming weeks.
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Squeezed between giant antagonists crunching huge bones of contention, Hong Kong has achieved within its own narrow territories a co-existence which is baffling, infuriating, incomprehensible, and works splendidly – on borrowed time in a borrowed place.
Han Suyin herself was an extraordinary individual who bridged the gap between East and West. It is merely one act in a distinctive play of Hong Kong’s borrowed time. Some of the best commentaries on Hong Kong’s destiny have emerged in the literary sphere.
Coined by Australian journalist Richard Hughes in his book Borrowed Place, Borrowed Time (), the notion (some might say cliché) operates at several levels.
Its most updated Author: Buddhistdoor Global. Borrowed Place, Borrowed Time 作者: Richard Hughes 出版社: Andre Deutsch Ltd 副标题: Hong Kong and Its Many Faces 出版年: 页数: 定价: GBP 装帧:. In the late s, Australia's veteran Asia correspondent Dick Hughes wrote a book titled Borrowed Place, Borrowed Time.
The book describes the uniqueness of Hong Kong: a .‘A borrowed place living on borrowed time, Hong Kong is an impudent capitalist survival on China’s communist derriere, an anachronistic mixture of British colonialism and the Chinese way of life, a jumble of millionaires’ mansions and horrible slums, a teeming mass of .Tentatively, and for the first time, I start to piece together the lives of Jewish refugees who fleetingly lived in Hong Kong in the s and s.
During these early months the blog is populated by posts about immigration control in Hong Kong, a topic discussed at length by super-star historians such as Agnes Ku and Mark Chi-kwan.