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HKTA Tang Hin Memorial Secondary School 2004~2005 F.1 Computer Literacy Project on PowerPoint PowerPoint Producer: 2004~2005 S.1C Chan Wai Ho (2) 2004~2005.

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1 HKTA Tang Hin Memorial Secondary School 2004~2005 F.1 Computer Literacy Project on PowerPoint PowerPoint Producer: 2004~2005 S.1C Chan Wai Ho (2) 2004~2005 S.1C Chao Po Hon (3)

2 Content Chapter 1 Basic Information about Hong Kong Chapter 1 Basic Information about Hong Kong Chapter 2 Shopping in Hong Kong Chapter 2 Shopping in Hong Kong Chapter 3 Eating in Hong Kong Chapter 3 Eating in Hong Kong Chapter 4 Touring Around Chapter 4 Touring Around Hong Kong is simply dazzling. Experience the distinctive blend of East and West in this dynamic city. Feel the rush as you indulge in shopping. Savour culinary delicacies. Open your senses to Hong Kong's amazing skyline, bustling harbour and peaceful countryside. Come discover the diversity and sophistication that is Hong Kong. You'll love it! Chapter 5 Photo Gallery of the attractions in Hong Kong Chapter 5 Photo Gallery of the attractions in Hong Kong Chapter 6 Videos introducing Hong Kong Chapter 6 Videos introducing Hong Kong Chapter 7 Source of information Chapter 7 Source of information

3 Basic Information about Hong Kong Hong Kong, describe -d as a 'barren rock' over 150 years ago, has become a world-class financial, trading and business centre and, indeed, a great world city. Hong Kong has no natural resources, except one of the finest deep- water ports in the world. A hardworking, adaptable and well-educated workforce of about 3.5 million, coupled with entrepreneurial flair, is the bedrock of Hong Kong's productivity and creativity.

4 Basic Information about Hong Kong Hong Kong became a Special Administrative Region (SAR) of the People's Republic of China on July 1, 1997, after a century and a half of British administration. Under Hong Kong's constitutional document, the Basic Law, the existing economic, legal and social system will be maintained for 50 years. The SAR enjoys a high degree of autonomy except in defence and foreign affairs. Location Situated at the southeastern tip of China, Hong Kong is ideally positioned at the centre of rapidly developing East Asia. With a total area of square kilometres, it covers Hong Kong Island, the Kowloon peninsula just opposite, and the New Territories the more rural section of Hong Kong, which also includes 262 outlying islands. The Rule of Law Hong Kong has a well established and trusted legal system based on the common law. The rights and freedoms of Hong Kong people and those living here are founded upon the impartial rule of law, an independent judiciary, a comprehensive system of legal aid, and a free and active press.

5 Population Hong Kong's population was about 6.8 million at the end of The population density is people per square kilometre. Hong Kong has a large foreign population of about The top three nationalities come from the Philippines ( ), Indonesia (95 460) and the USA (31 330). Language Chinese and English are the official languages. English is widely used in the Government, the legal system and by the professional and business sectors. There is no shortage of well-educated competent bilingual or even trilingual professionals who speak English, Cantonese and Putonghua. These are vital staff for any enterprise trading in Hong Kong or doing business with the Mainland and Taiwan. Climate Hong Kong's climate is sub-tropical, tending towards the temperate for nearly half the year. Temperatures can drop below 10 degrees Celsius in winter and exceed 31 degrees Celsius in summer. About 90 per cent of the rainfall occurs between April and September. Major International Trading Centre Hong Kong is the world's 11th largest trading economy, the world's 6th largest foreign exchange market, the world's 12th largest banking centre, and Asia's 2nd biggest stock market. Hong Kong is one of the world's top exporters of garments, watches and clocks, toys, games, electronic products and certain light industrial products. Basic Information about Hong Kong

6 Shopping in Hong Kong Hong Kong Must Buy Handicrafts Arts and Crafts from all over China Chinese Clothing Always in Fashion Chinese Tea The Timeless Drink Gold Jewellery Fine Workmanship at Unbeatable Prices Chinese Assorted Cakes A True Taste Treat Chinese Tableware Exquisite Table Settings See the six Hong Kong “ Must Buy ” products in a slide show. 

7 Shopping in Hong Kong Quality Tourism Services (QTS) Scheme The QTS Scheme is organised by the Hong Kong Tourism Board (HKTB) to help visitors find shops and restaurants they can trust. This scheme certifies shops and restaurants that pass stringent annual assessments showing that they: Provide genuine products with clearly displayed prices; Display clearly product information and/or menus; and Ensure superb customer service with front-line staff possessing extensive product knowledge so they can answer questions efficiently. Only shops and restaurants that qualify for the scheme are allowed to display the QTS sign of quality. The HKTB also provides assistance for enquiries about purchases from shops and restaurants accredited by the QTS Scheme.

8 Eating in Hong Kong Hong Kong's cuisine is renowned for its exotic fusion of Eastern and Western flavours along with a wide variety of culinary delights. Its cultural blend, proximity to mainland China and reputation for quality have made Hong Kong a Gourmet Paradise. Discover global cuisine in the World of Dining from every Asian delicacy to the very best Western fare. In order to attract visitors, quality service is a must. The Hong Kong Tourism Board rewards local enterprises that provide exemplary tourism services with membership of the Quality Tourism Services Scheme (QTS). World Of Dining Hong Kong has a world of exquisite, mouth-watering dining options. As you would expect, good Chinese restaurants are found everywhere in Hong Kong. Some of the best can be found in major hotels and shopping complexes. Most specialise in one or more of the following: Cantonese, Chiu Chow, Hunan, Szechuan, Peking, Shanghainese or Chinese Vegetarian. As an international city, many cultures and tastes are represented in Hong Kong's world of dining. Enjoy fine dining or casual family-style meals in some of Hong Kong's Eastern and Western restaurants. Day and night, Hong Kong's gourmet delights are plentiful. Whether you want to pick up a snack or get dressed up for an evening out, Hong Kong has it all. Day and night, Hong Kong's gourmet delights are plentiful. Whether you want to pick up a snack or get dressed up for an evening out, Hong Kong has it all.

9 Dinning Tips Reservations It is good idea to make reservations especially during lunchtime, as restaurants are usually busy. On the weekends an advance booking is advisable especially in the more up market restaurants. To check a phone number, dial directory enquiries on Or you can pick up a copy of a Guide to Quality Shops and Restaurants for information on QTS-accredited restaurants. Dress Code Casual wear is acceptable in most restaurants. For a more formal occasion or where there is a proper dress code specified, jacket and tie is the norm. If in doubt, check with the restaurant. Charges for tea, condiments and non-ordered snacks When eating in a Chinese restaurant it is common for waiters to bring tea, condiments and non-ordered snacks, which will be added to the bill. Eating in Hong Kong

10 Touring Around Hong Kong Dolphinwatch Catching a glimpse of Hong Kong's endangered pink dolphins is a thrilling experience. These adorable bubble-gum pink dolphins (Sousa chinensis) are also known as "Chinese white dolphins". Horseracing (September - June) Experience the thrill and adrenaline-pumping atmosphere of Hong Kong horse racing! Races are held on most Wednesday evenings and Saturdays throughout the September to June season. Lucky punters aren't the only winners. The Hong Kong Jockey Club donates its net proceeds to help community and charitable projects. So try your luck, it's a win-win situation for everyone!

11 Harbour Night Cruises Relax after a hectic day of sight seeing. Tour the harbour in a Chinese - style junk while taking in the spectacular city view. Half Day Hong Kong Island Tour A real high-to-low experience, going from scenic Victoria Peak down to the Aberdeen seafaring community. You will be amazed at the hustle and bustle of this exciting city of life and light. After more than a century of culture and traditional exchange, Hong Kong is now one of the world's great cities, where East truly meets West. Touring Around

12 Kowloon & New Territories See Kowloon on your own schedule with this new bus tour. Catch the bus at the Star Ferry Kowloon Pier, and choose the sights you want to see. There are thirteen stops along the route, including Nathan Road, Kowloon Walled City Park, the Flower Market, Jade Market and Temple Street Night Market. The bus runs at twenty-minutes intervals from 10 am to 8 pm. Ocean Park Adventure Visit the most famous theme park in Asia and enjoy a day of wholesome entertainment and endless fun for the whole family. Ocean Park is a combination of spectacular oceanariums, exhilarating ride and adorable animals within one complex! A stimulating and informative day out for anyone and everyone! Touring Around

13 Tsing Ma, Lantau & Monastery Once accessible only by ferries, Lantau today is home to Hong Kong's most famous landmark - Tsing Ma Bridge and Hong Kong International Airport. Despite modern developments, much of Lantau still remains a rural paradise with beaches, quaint fishing villages and monasteries. A delightful alternate exploration of the largest island of Hong Kong. Touring Around Aberdeen Night Cruise

14 The Peak Stanley Market Photo Gallery ~attractions in Hong Kong

15 Central District Photo Gallery ~attractions in Hong Kong Hong Kong Park

16 Man Mo Temple Lan Kwai Fong Happy Valley Race Track Photo Gallery ~attractions in Hong Kong

17 Noon Day Gun Wong Tai Sin Temple Sai Kung

18 Ocean Park Big Buddha

19 Videos Introducing Hong Kong Discover why Hong Kong is rated as one of the world’s top tourist destinations. Fantastic festivals, sophisticated culture, stunning vistas, great shopping and dining are yours to enjoy when you come to Hong Kong. Now, you can experience all the colour and vibrancy of this fantastic travel destination with our exciting video clips! Discover why Hong Kong is rated as one of the world’s top tourist destinations. Fantastic festivals, sophisticated culture, stunning vistas, great shopping and dining are yours to enjoy when you come to Hong Kong. Now, you can experience all the colour and vibrancy of this fantastic travel destination with our exciting video clips!

20 Source of Information Some of the information is provided by the following wed sites: You can click the hyperlink of them to get more information about Hong Kong Traveling. At last, we hope everybody who has read this project, can have more interests for traveling in Hong Kong. Feel it, you will love it!

21 Thank you for your kind attention !!! The End Art Designer: HKTA THMSS 2004~2005 1C Chan Wai Ho (2)


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