Essay on Hong Kong

The Implications Of Long Working Hours Among Hong Kong Employees

The increasing demand of work today paves the way for the longer hours in work by the employees. As a matter of fact, this trend is true in almost all parts of the world. As such, the need to explore the implications of long working hours come to fore. Primarily, various issues are emerging as […]

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Companies in Hong Kong

In order to have a broad outlook of the successful and admired companies in Hong Kong in line with the research objective it is important to have a basic idea about the insurance industry in general in Hong Kong and the life insurance industry in particular. The operations of the insurance industry in Hong Kong […]

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Hong Kong Tourism

The destination I would like to choose and provide an overview is Hong Kong. Hong Kong is one of the two special administrative regions of the People’s Republic of China; the other is Macau. Hong Kong is situated on the southeast coast of China at the mouth of the Pearl River facing the South China […]

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Standard Chartered Hong Kong Marathon

Chartered and the HKAAA for past marathons, a new and exciting initiative known as “Marathon 101″ had been introduced in 2007. Marathon 101” targets the general public, the online community and local primary and secondary school students with the objective of helping people across every age group better understand the importance of engaging in healthy […]

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Sports In Hong Kong

The dogged determination to jockey for an international position is one of the highlights of the Policy Address. Beyond dispute, purport from the community result in the outstanding performance in London 2012 Olympic and Paralytic Games. Nevertheless, in the circumstance of taking heavy financial burden, Hong Kong has to review and airframe the policy for […]

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Corporate Governance in Hong Kong

Corporate Governance in Hong Kong 1. Corporate Governance in Hong Kong Hong Kong’s position as an international economic and financial center is attributed to its exemplary corporate governance. With Hong Kong’s various authorities and regulatory bodies emphasizing on transparency and accountability for listed companies, Hong Kong was ranked first for corporate governance among 11 Asian […]

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Cartier (Hong Kong) Limited

For more than 150 years, Cartier has been a creative force in the design and manufacture of exceptional jewellery, watches and accessories (eyewear classifies as accessories). Imagination, craft, audacity, and inventiveness have characterized its creations from the start – and excellence has always been its goal.Cartier is one of the leading names in the world […]

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Disney Environmental Impacts (Hong Kong)

This following report is based on the environmental impacts and issues Hong Kong Disneyland has on the hospitality and tourism industries. Disneyland was first opened in Los Angeles in the year 1955 and is owned and operated by The Walt Disney Company. It was aimed for entertainment and family and is one of the most […]

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Report On Ocean Park Of Hong Kong Tourism

This study is about Ocean Park of Hong Kong – one of the largest amusement ocean park in the Orient and even in the universe. Situated in fiscal centre of Southeast China this park – add some info about park! ! In this study we are traveling to cover such subjects as scheme constructs of […]

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Hong Kong Disneyland Analysis

1. How would you value the Hong Kong Disneyland project from the perspective of Walt Disney? The valuation of Hong Kong Disneyland from the perspective of Walt Disney is done by taking the following assumptions: Cost of Capital = 9. 52% Cost of Government Debt = 8. 19% Cost of Commercial Bank Debt = 11. […]

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Consumer Behaviour Trends in China, Hong Kong and Australia

1 Executive Summary Consumer behaviors vary between different countries and market structure. This report seeks to uncover the underlying factors behind some of the biggest consumer markets, Australia, Hong Kong and China. Demographic characteristics largely affect by social and value trends such as consumption culture, gender roles and demand for certain goods and services. The […]

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Critical success factors of cable tv (pay-tv) against other competitors in hong kong.

Abstraction In this proposal, we hope to larn the existent concern schemes though the determination from research. And seek to give some suggestion for these companies to increase their gross revenues and net income. There are the flows of the research proposal. First, to present the background of Pay-TV Limited and its industry. Let you […]

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E-learning resources in Hong Kong

Askell-Willams and Lawson ( 2005 ) has carried out a sophisticated survey in teaching-learning treatment, they investigated the subject in different facet, and the overview below are concluded by positions of expertness in positions of psychological, sociological-constructivism and socio-linguists. There is a convincing ground that why treatment can function as instruction and larning intent. Dillon […]

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Theme park tourism in Hong Kong

I: Abstraction Tourism is one of the most of import income beginnings for Hong Kong. The Government wants to develop Hong Kong as a major touristry finish in the universe. Under this state of affairs. amusement park is going more and more of import here. At this minute Hong Kong merely have one large-scale subject […]

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Low birth rate in Hong Kong

Presents, the universe population merely over 6 billion and systematically gauge to increase to 9 billion in the following 50 old ages. The growing rate is largely come from those developing states, particularly from Africa. Nevertheless, the birth rate which we would name it as population growing rate is diminishing in Hong Kong. The local […]

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Hong Kong doesn’t need a sales tax

Although Hong Kong is currently enjoying a period of economic stability, many people still remember the difficult time they experienced during SARS and economic downturn. They are worried that the Government will not have enough revenue to maintain existing levels of services in the future because of the narrow tax base. Financial experts have suggested […]

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Swot of Hong Kong Disneyland

Hong Kong Disneyland’s advantages: 1. Hong Kong has advantages such as geography, population, adjacent to the largest market in the world. Within 5 hours flying time, covering half of the world’s population. 2. well-known brand–Magic Kingdom of Walt Disney World cultural genius lies in its culture around the world to be “United States-processing”. Classical inheritance […]

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Ella’s Kitchen (Marketing Plan When Launching in Hong Kong)

Content The succession factors of Ella’s kitchen ————————————————pg. 3-5 The brand strategy developed by VBS and Ella —————————————–pg. 6 How to communicate Ella’s brand identity ——————————————pg. 6-12 The integrated marketing communication plan: First stage ———————pg. 13-21 The integrated marketing communication plan: Second stage ——————-pg. 22-24 The integrated marketing communication plan: Third stage ———————pg. 25-28 Budget […]

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Oasis Hong Kong Airline

Oasis Hong Kong Airlines: The First Long Haul, Low Cost Airliner in Asia Team A Scott Burgoyne, Marvin Cook, Randy Collins, Amanda Baldwin, Jason Odle and Cynthia Hicks-Leeper Everest College On-line Business Policy and Strategy MAN 4764-1001 Instructor Monya Ashe February 11, 2012 Introduction Oasis Hong Kong Airlines was founded in February 2005 by Rev. […]

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Hong Kong Disneyland Case Study

This paper will analyze Hong Kong Disneyland that was built y Disney in conjunction with the Hong Kong government. The local culture of the people of Hong Kong and how it is related to the operation of business especially the tourism industry, which Disneyland will fall under, will be closely examined. The author chose Hong […]

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What are the pros and cons of this scheme

The public housing development has a long history in Hong Kong. According to statistics, more than 50% of the population resides in the public housing estates. Among this, 30% of them are living in rental unites while the other 20% are residing in the H.O.S. flats (Yeung, 2008). By the end of 1990s, a total […]

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