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Hong Kong: From East and West

Release Date: 3 June 2018
Released Date: 2019
Run Time: 78 minutes
Version: English

Hong Kong bills itself as a region unique in the world with a happy mixture of Eastern and Western flagrance. It was a British colony for over 150 years before being ceded back to China in 1997, but it is still radically different from the rest of the country. It has maintained its legal system (common law), currency (Hong Kong dollar), multiparty political system, immigration laws and highway code (driving on the left).

Its 7.2 million inhabitants include tens of thousands of expats employed by big multinationals, as Hong Kong is one of the world’s greatest financial centres, on par with New York and London.

Despite its definitively modern, urban style, Hong Kong offers surprising attractions and natural wonders that are sure to move you.

Available on VOD on Prime Video by Amazon.com (available soon on DVD)

Annie-Claude Roberge
Annie-Claude Roberge has travelled the world for more than 15 years to capture its wonders, big and small, as an adventure filmmaker and photographer. She enjoys giving life to stories, but to do so, she believes it is essential to have experienced one’s own stories. Annie-Claude is a passionate young woman who pursues her profession with authenticity, inquisitiveness and respect.


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