Hong Kong International Airport

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  • Hong Kong International Airport Case Study

    C. Research questions and objectives As an international financial center, it is essential for Hong Kong to keep a top ranking in different areas. International airport is an important gateway to world, in addition to attracting businesses around the world, it also promotes tourism and transportation industry as well. Moreover, it drives economic development by providing the jobs and increasing the consumption. In turn, the airport's competitiveness also reflects a regional performance. Therefore, the ranking and quality of the airports not only reflect the government's international trade and investment policies, but also its transport, infrastructure and business environment. By realizing the importance of airport, it helps HKIA to understand…

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  • Cathay Pacific Case Study

    Introduction Cathay Pacific is the largest airline of Hong Kong. The airline flies passenger and cargo to 200 destinations in 52 countries worldwide. Including: Los Angeles, London, France, Abu Dhabi, Amsterdam, Beijing, Dubai, Frankfurt, Mexico City and Miami. The airline was founded on 24 September 1946 by Australian Sydney H. de Kantzow and American Roy C. Farrell. Cathay Pacific is known for making the first ever non stop transpolar flight over the north pole. The company is the third…

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  • ASPO Case Study

    What is the Accountability System for Principal Officials in Hong Kong (ASPO)? Discuss the effectiveness of ASPO in operation. Introduction In 1998, the new Hong Kong International Airport opened in Chek Lap Kok. In the first day, the new Hong Kong international airport have many problem on it such as the fight information, the luggage system. It make the Hong Kong international image damaged. After this problem, the commission of inquiry need the Chief Secretary for Administration Chan Fang On…

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  • Urbanization In Hong Kong Case Study

    In the 1950s, there were many wealthy Chinese moved to Hong Kong illegally due to the civil war. After 1997, the SAR government launched a new migration scheme which allows 150 mainland residents move to Hong Kong every day. According to Census and Statistics Department, the percentage of net migration to total population increased is 71.5% in 2005. The problem of not enough housing estates for the rapid growth in population arosed. Other than that, the growing number of locals moved from rural…

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  • The Role Of Media In Chinese Society

    Media plays a very significant role in people’s everyday lives. Why media is so important in Chinese society? Perhaps the media can instruct each individual person of what is going on around the world, it is a very important role that help informs people about news, history, entertainment, music, and politics, which is used as a form of communication and obtaining knowledge from expertise. Certainly, most media are likely to provide accurate information to the people. Over the pass couples of…

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  • Bellport Ashiya Case Study

    2. Cases from Japan 2.1 Bellport Ashiya 2.1.1 Overview Bellport Ashiya- complex of facilities centered around marina, or small port (dock with mooring s and supplies for yachts and small boats) located in Hyoogo Prefecture, Ahiya City in the artificial South Ahiya island. It is known that first kind in Japan of residential district attached to berth. Regarding administration is one part of …

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  • Tibet Compare And Contrast Essay

    Both Tibet and Taiwan are unique in nature in that while they are considered by the Chinese to be its providences, are not directly under Chinese rule. Each anomaly was once considered its own nation, yet over the course of history have encountered Chinese rule, changing the shape of its governance. And while both governance has similarities in its current state, a key difference is that while Tibet has a government they have no land to govern; Taiwan on the other hand is not recognized as its…

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  • The Importance Of Travel To Beijing

    specialized hospitals serving the foreigners who live and work here. Just need to search on the Internet, the list of these hospitals will show. Avoiding the air pollution: Whether you have a habit of using masks or not, wearing the mask in Beijing is a really necessary thing because the air pollution in Beijing is always reaching the alarming level. Bring toilet paper and hand soap: Though hotels and nice restaurants offer toilet paper in the bathrooms but most of the public toilets don’t…

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  • Fahrenheit 451, By Ray Bradbury: An Analysis

    Bradbury ironically depicts firemen as pyromaniacs whose main duty is to burn books in order to censor ideology and conflicting beliefs. Now one may rightfully assume that such a book with make-believe characters and settings has no resemblance to reality, let along to the media censorship in China. Yet that assumption could not be more wrong. Fahrenheit 451 symbolizes the reality of censorship that many in China live with during political unrests. But first, try to imagine living in Hong Kong…

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  • The Discourse Community Analysis

    and propagate Chinese culture in this DC. This is a similar idea as Gee’s, and he called it as “discourse maps”. In his opinion, the “discourse maps” means that there is a boundary of one DC, but it could share their things for other DCs, or brings itself into a lager DC (Gee, 449). One example at this point is that OU runs an event called “EVE”, every year. This event is collecting all of international students and American students tighter, and let them to play a little show of their own…

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