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Hongcongum[1] (Sinice: 香港 Xianggang ; Anglice: Hong Kong[2]), olim Siamkiamum[3] appellatum, est una ex duabus eximiis regionibus administrativis (Anglice: special administrative regions) Reipublicae Popularis Sinarum, aliá Macao consideratá. Regio, in litore Sinarum meridiano sita, et a Deltá Fluvii Margaritarum (Pearl River Delta) Meridianoque Sinarum Mari (South China Sea) inclusa,[4] famam profundi portús naturalis et expansae aedificiorum congerei? (expansive skyline) habet.

Multum regionis est conurbatio urbana, cui sunt circiter 7 000 000 incolarum.

Opii Bellis confectis, Britanniarum Regnum regionem ab anno 1845 usque ad 1997 rexit; tunc Sinae imperium Hongcongi recuperavit,[5][6] et usque hodie in Sinis regio eximia manet.

Inscriptio Latina in principali Seminarii Spiritus Sancti aedificio.

Notae[recensere | fontem recensere]

  1. Vide disputationem nostram
  2. Nomen Anglice saepe Hongkong scriptum est donec anno 1926, cum gubernatio praesens nomen ascisceret (Hongkong Government Gazette, Notification 479, 3 September 1926).
  3. Vide disputationem nostram
  4. "Geography and Climate, Hong Kong". Census and Statistics Department, Hong Kong Government 
  5. Joint Declaration of the Government of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland and the Government of the People's Republic of China on the Question of Hong Kong (19 December 1984) quote="The Government of the People's Republic of China declares that to recover the Hong Kong area (including Hong Kong Island, Kowloon and the New Territories, hereinafter referred to as Hong Kong) is the common aspiration of the entire Chinese people, and that it has decided to resume the exercise of sovereignty over Hong Kong with effect from 1 July 1997."
  6. On This Day: 1997: Hong Kong handed over to Chinese control, BBC (1 July 1997)

Bibliographia[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • "Hongkong" in N. B. Dennys, The Treaty Ports of China and Japan (Londinii: Trübner, 1867) p. 1 ff. Textus
  • "Hongkong" in Carl Crow, The travelers' handbook for China. 3a ed. (Novi Eboraci: Dodd, Mead, 1921) pp. 282-290 Textus

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Nexus externi[recensere | fontem recensere]

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