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The Establishment

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Myron Lam

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Transcript of The Establishment

The End! Thank you!
Introduction
The British Rule started after the First Anglo-Chinese War as part of a treaty
Hong Kong was ceded whole to Britain after a series of treaties
IBL Week
Project


Hong Kong Under British Rule
The Establishment
The Handover
Held at the HKCEC on 1 July 1997
Marked the end of British colonization
HK was reverted back to China



Before
and
After
Before
Hong Kong was small fishing village
Had little population


Under
British Rule
Underwent industrialization
Population gradually increase
Economy steadily grows

Ailing macroeconomy
Yet still attracting investors
More competetive

After Handover
Future
Development
Conclusion
The British Rule has played major role in the development of Hong Kong and has helped its establishment.
1898
Britain takes total control of HK.
1984
Margaret Thatcher and Deng Xiaoping sign Joint Declaration
1997
China resumes sovereignity over Hong Kong.
The
Present
How did British Rule and the Establishment affect the development of HK and how did it
affect the
identity
of Hong Kongers?
Our Research Question
By: 6S Group
Emmanuel Sung
Joshua Lo
Myron Lam
Kennedy Chee
Cheng Ching Hei
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