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  1. Hong Kong

    Washington, D.C. : U.S. Dept of Labor, Bureau of International Labor Affairs

    Online Full text via HathiTrust

  2. Hong Kong : A reader in social history

    Hong Kong : Oxford University Press (China), 2003 .

  3. Hong Kong

    [Hong Kong : Government Information Services, 1978-

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  1. Taiwan Resource Center for Chinese Studies

    The Taiwan Resource Center for Chinese Studies, established in 2022 at Stanford, is a cooperative project intended to promote international exchange in the fields of Chinese studies and Taiwan studies. View the research databases provided by the TRCCS.

  2. Southeast Asian Studies

    Stanford Libraries collects primary and secondary source materials in Western languages for the study of Southeast Asia, covering such disciplines as history, political science, economics, anthropology, religious studies, and more.


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  1. Kun Tong new town

    Hong Kong. Crown Lands & Survey Office

    The plan is not approved by Town Planning Board. Hong Kong. Crown Lands & Survey Office Relief shown by 25 meter contour intervals and hachures.

  2. The interdependence of Hong Kong and China


    Hong Kong. Survey and Mapping Office. Buildings & Lands Department. Hong Kong. Survey and Mapping Office. Hong Kong Thematic Map Series. Series AR/...

  3. Xianggang xiang xi jie dao di tu.


    Title translation: [Detailed Hong Kong street map].(1) You lan xue xiao bi xu yong = [Must be used with schools' tour guide]. (2) Fu Jiulong Xinjie...

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