Hong Kong : China's global city

chengguo ZHANG


Kong is a global City With a unique status . r^emerging on s ' Urban
Landscape Over the past three Dozen years , it has provided Chinese cities with transferable
Experience in urban development, actualized Trans-border/boundary 4 glurbanization' Within a changing regional Context , and is increasingly being bounded By a multi-scalar ^ velopmental ^ political Economy . To rise up to the the Challenge from Other Chinese Global
(izing) Cities , It ? high-time so $ Kong revamped its regional and national Visions so
As To scale new Heights In An 4 Urban -

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