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  • Intergenerational Poverty In Hong Kong Case Study

    education in solving the intergenerational poverty in Hong Kong What is the intergenerational poverty? It refers to the poverty induced by the socially or economically challenged background of a person’s parents. (Commission on poverty, 2007) In Hong Kong, there are 121,400 poor households with children under 18 years old. (Hong Kong Poverty Situation Report, 2014) It is impossible that education solves the intergenerational poverty in Hong Kong because there are great differences between lower…

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  • The Pros And Cons Of Legal State Shares

    Even with influence by English common law, ‘guanxi’ referring a personal networking system is a vital factor in the Hong Kong market where informal relationships are common rather than formal written contracts’ (Jaggi, Leung and Gul, 2009). As a result, ownership concentrated in families in firms is common or might be dominant in Hong Kong. According to The Economist (2014) Hong Kong ranked first in the Global crony-capitalism index. In the bank-based market, like the German and Japanese, most…

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  • Analysis Of Hong Kong Dragon Boat Carnival

    social outcomes of Hong Kong Dragon Boat Carnival, the Hong Kong Tourism Board has extensive publicity of Hong Kong Dragon Boat Carnival in Hong Kong or other cities, such as major newspapers, internet and TV channels, aims to build awareness of the event and city ambience to attract more people to attend and contact this event (Hong Kong Tourism Board, 2016). According to Hong Kong China Dragon Boat Association (2017), it attracts over 6000 competitors of different race and Hong Kong…

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  • Glocalisation Of Hong Kong Disneyland Case Study

    Case Study 2 : Glocalisation of Hong Kong Disneyland Through the dynamics of incorporation and adaptation of the global Disney culture with the Hong Kong culture, Hong Kong Disneyland was relatively successful in entering the Chinese market. Opened in 2005, Hong Kong Disneyland was the first Disney theme park in China, vast majority of the Hong Kong citizens have welcomed this development with open arms despite the rebukes about its small land size and long waiting hours for park rides and…

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  • Hong Kong Disneyland Hotel Case Study

    The loyalty point system can also be integrated into the rest of the Disneyland hotels in different cities. This would increase the global access as individuals would be encouraged to stay within the hotel and utilize the services when they are in Hong Kong. This integration would increase the market for the hotel through maximization on the potential, global travelers who might have experienced the Disney experience within a different location. The discounts which the hotel currently provides…

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  • Hong Kong Social Development Case Study

    2.2 Hong Kong Hong Kong is on the eastern side of the Pearl River Delta on the southeastern coast of China, facing the South China Sea in the south, and bordering Guangdong Province in the north. Hong Kong is China's richest region, has one of the world's most liberal economies and is a major international center of finance and trade. Hong Kong…

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  • Hong Kong Marketing Plan Case Study

    plan The Hong Kong Health Check (HKHC) strategies include to provide a comprehensive health care check up of exceptional standards, promoting a concept of preventative healthcare through periodic check up, and to be the leading medical diagnostics organisation in the Asia Pacific region (HKHC 2016). These strategies are embodied in HKHC ‘s motto and vision statement. Consequently, the organisation, which was formed in 2006, has to market itself in order to gain popularity among Hong Kong…

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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.…

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  • Hong Kong Student Suicide Case Study

    suicide raised the public awareness about the issue in Hong Kong. By studying cases of student with suicidal ideation, the causations of the modern problems in Hong Kong are identified in this essay. Drawing on Wu Fei’s article, the similarity and difference of youth suicide (mainly student suicide) in Hong Kong and rural China will be discussed. First, the causes of youth suicide will be discussed. The main cause of student suicide in Hong Kong is academic pressure while the cases of youth…

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  • PESTEL Analysis: The Pestel Analysis Of Hong Kong

    show the competitive advantages that McDonalds has to stay and continue its operation in Hong Kong. Basically, in any business, there are always has the PESTEL analysis, same goes to McDonalds. PESTEL is an analysis of the external macro environment in which a business operates. According to (2008), PESTEL stands for political, economic, social, technology, environmental, and legal factors. Political: Hong Kong has an advantage of having political stability and it is a good opportunity to…

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