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City Between Worlds: My Hong Kong

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Hong Kong is perched on the fault line between China and the West, a Special Administrative Region of the PRC. Leo Ou-fan Lee offers an insider s view of Hong Kong, capturing the history and culture that make his densely packed home city so different from its generic neighbors.

The search for an indigenous Hong Kong takes Lee to the wet markets and corner bookshops of conge
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Hardcover, 322 pages
Published April 1st 2008 by Belknap Press
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