Hong Kong is an island city located off the coast of the People's Republic of China. Under Chinese authority since 1997, Hong Kong is one of two Special Administrative Regions… of the People's Republic of China. Hong Kong is a booming economic powerhouse that specializes in importing raw materials and exporting finished goods. Known as one of the "Four Asian Tigers" and as the "Jewel of China", Hong Kong was ranked 1 st on the Index of Economic Freedom for 15 consecutive years since the index began in 1995. It is still currently ranked as first, making it the only one on the rankings to have ever achieved 1 st place. hk
歡迎 (Huan Yin)
hold on she is trying to right it
"lei hao" or universal "hello"
There are a lot of things to do in Hong Kong. But I bet this one will make you fall in love with Hong Kong. Hong Kong is all about food. It is home for different restauran…ts (e.g italian restaurant, fish and meat restaurant and even steakhouses). Blue Butcher is one of the best soho restaurants Hong Kong.
You can fly by plane, take a boat, or just drive. It depends on your current location.
sing don lo yun <-- that's how you pronounce it but if u wanna translate it literally, it's "Christmas old man"
It's formally joi gin (再見), but nowadays, many people use "bye-bye" as in English when talking to each other.
There are two ways to say thank you in Cantonese the predominant language of Hong Kong. You can say 唔該. M̀h'gōi (Mm Goy) when someone helps you and 多謝 Dōjeh (Doe Ja…y) when someone gives you a gift or present.
In Cantonese the main language spoken in Hong Kong you can say "Neih hou ma" Which is used to say both "Hi" and "How are you?". If you are just greeting someone rather than ac…tually asking how they are the greeting is often shortened to "Neih hou". A standard reply would be "Hou hou" to say you are well or "Gei hou" to mean fairly well.
In Hong Kong the majority of the people speak Cantonese. The way to say please in Catonese is either Cheng or Mm goi Anyone, please correct me if I am mistaken. Mm goi is t…hank you. ho mm ho yi ... That means 'can you .......'
I suppose you mean the Cantonese version of Merry Christmas (since most people in Hong Kong speaks Cantonese) "Sing Daan Fai Lok!" (Merry Christmas!)
I'm positive hong kong all titles are same to every language except like 2 or somthin
sup- ba' The previous answer was in Mandarin (Putonghua).
Hi I think I might be getting your husband or boyfriend in trouble here. Me and my girlfriend got a credit card bill and it had us thinking for a while too. Its Escape the bar… in Wan Chai HK hope this helps :-/