Hong Kong is a free port that does not levy any customs tariffs.
The HKG levies excise duties on four commodities, namely: hard alcohol, tobacco, hydrocarbon oil, and methyl alcohol. Foreign firms and individuals are allowed freely to incorporate their operations in Hong Kong, register branches of foreign operations, and set up representative offices without encountering discrimination or undue regulation.
Indonesian, Filipinos, British, American, Thai, Indian, Japanese, Australian, Pakistani and Nepalese form the majority foreign population here.
Information from expert advisors and stakeholder discussion groups was collected and utilized to define the sources of stress in parent-child relationships.
This paper describes the development of culturally-appropriate family-based interventions and their relevant measures, to promote family health, happiness and harmony in Hong Kong.
Programs were developed in the community, using a collaborative approach with community partners.
Hong Kong is a small but dynamic city located to the southeast of the Mainland China, adjoining the province of Guangdong.
It forms a triangle with Macau to the west and Guangzhou to the Northwest in the Pearl River Delta. Hong Kong Island and the Kowloon peninsula are at the core of the city, surrounding famed Victoria Harbour, one of the worlds most renowned deep-water harbours.