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Hong Kong's international status
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Business as usual: The dynamics of government‐business relations in the Hong Kong special administrative region
  • J. Tang
  • Political Science
  • 1 July 1999
This is an attempt to evaluate the implications of Hong Kong's political transition to post‐colonial rule for economic governance in the SAR beyond the ‘Beijing versus Hong Kong’ perspective. TheExpand
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The Internet and Civil Society: Environmental and Labour Organizations in Hong Kong
To what extent has the internet strengthened civil society? In which ways have civil society organizations (CSOs) used the internet to communicate their missions, enhance the discussion of publicExpand
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Regulation of RhoB Gene Expression during Tumorigenesis and Aging Process and Its Potential Applications in These Processes
RhoB, a member of the Ras homolog gene family and GTPase, regulates intracellular signaling pathways by interfacing with epidermal growth factor receptor (EGFR), Ras, and phosphatidylinositolExpand
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Human rights and international relations in the Asia-Pacific Region
Introduction: Human rights in the Asia Pacific - competing perspectives, international discord and the way ahead, James T.H. Tang. Part 1 Conceptual perspectives: human rights - Asia and the West,Expand
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Hong Kong's Reunion with China: The Global Dimensions
Global Implications of Hong Kong's Retrocession to Chinese Sovereignty, Ming K. Chan The Internationalization of Hong Kong and "Greater China", Byron S.J. Weng Playing the International Card? TheExpand
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