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|language = Chinese
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'''Hong Kong''' is a huge city in [[China]]. Unlike China, you probably don't need a visa to enter, but coming from China your one-entry visa will expire.
 
'''Hong Kong''' is a huge city in [[China]]. Unlike China, you probably don't need a visa to enter, but coming from China your one-entry visa will expire.
  
 
Oasis Hong Kong is a budget airline that flew to [[London Gatwick]], for prices as low as 200 US$. It went bankrupt in early 2008.
 
Oasis Hong Kong is a budget airline that flew to [[London Gatwick]], for prices as low as 200 US$. It went bankrupt in early 2008.
  
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Revision as of 11:53, 30 December 2009

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Flag of Hong Kong Hong Kong
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Language: Chinese
Capital: Hong Kong
Population: 7,009,000
Currency: Hong Kong Dollar
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<map lat='22.3' lng='114.06' zoom='9' view='0' float='right' />

Hong Kong is a huge city in China. Unlike China, you probably don't need a visa to enter, but coming from China your one-entry visa will expire.

Oasis Hong Kong is a budget airline that flew to London Gatwick, for prices as low as 200 US$. It went bankrupt in early 2008.