Hong Kongese


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Hong Kongese

(ˈkɒŋiːz)
adj
1. (Peoples) of, relating to, or characteristic of Hong Kong, its people, or their languages
2. (Languages) of, relating to, or characteristic of Hong Kong, its people, or their languages
npl -ese
(Peoples) a native or inhabitant of Hong Kong or a descendant of one
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Indians, Singaporeans, Hong Kongese take the lowest amount day trips globally at 11 per cent
About one in five among the Hong Kongese and mainlanders also report using English as the primary media language.
Also, perhaps reflecting the influence of socialization in a liberalized and democratized homeland, the Taiwanese express a much lower degree of satisfaction with the DPP rule than the Chinese in their attitude toward the rulers of China or the Hong Kongese in their attitude toward the rulers of Hong Kong.
Underscoring the role played by the municipal, provincial, and federal governments, Preston concludes that in Australia, Chinese immigrants, were positively perceived at every level of government, unlike in Toronto, where the municipal authorities were hostile to their claims in spite of Canada's overall positive reception of the Hong Kongese.
Most Hong Kongese speak English, and the roads and signs are in English and Chinese.
Without ignoring the outside pressures of destabilizing events - refugees from China, terrorist bombs during the Cultural Revolution, serious water shortages and the like - Xi Xi imparts a sense of youthful optimism and, most important, a confident sense of identity that is comfortably Hong Kongese, neither Chinese nor Western.
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Flying over" refers to the Hong Kongese celebrity KeShouliang's adventure driving over the Tiger's Mouth of the Yellow River, which symbolizes the return of sovereignty of Hong Kong to the PRC in 1997.