|Contributions||Hong Kong. Census and Statistics Dept.|
|LC Classifications||HA4653 .H67 1982|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||62 p. :|
|Number of Pages||62|
|LC Control Number||84155917|
Aging in Hong Kong examines this emblematic population as a case study specifically in comparison with their counterparts in the West, shedding light on diverse, interrelated currents in the aging experience. Referencing numerous international studies, the book contrasts different health service arrangements and social factors and relates them. In many ways Hong Kong is a tale of two passports. During the uncertain years before the Hong Kong handover, many Chinese Hong Kong citizens obtained British National Overseas passports or took up citizenship in the United States, Canada, Australia, and other Commonwealth nations as an insurance policy, should the communist takeover sink the city. The population density of Hong Kong as a country is people per square kilometer. Vast numbers of Chinese moved to Hong Kong during the s because of the Taiping Rebellion. A few catastrophic events, for example, surges, storms, and starvation prompted numerous individuals moving to Hong Kong to get away from the problems. “Hong Kong Mobile Making a Global Population should be made compulsory reading for all senior officials and members of government advisory bodies It is about the crucial importance of geographic and social mobility, and the need for constant rFormat: Hardcover.
The number of domestic households in Hong Kong increased by % from million in to million in Along with the change in the composition of domestic households, the average household size declined from in to in , leading to faster growth of the number of domestic households than the population (%). According to “Hong Kong Population Projections ”, the number of elderly people, those aged 65 or older, in Hong Kong will reach . Population biology of the Indo-Pacific hump-backed dolphin in Hong Kong waters. Bethesda, MD: Wildlife Society, © (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Thomas A Jefferson; Wildlife Society. A sample of about one-tenth of the residential addresses in Hong Kong was randomly selected for the Population By-census, covering some quarters for enumeration. Some basic demographic information and a broad range of socio-economic characteristics were .
Currently, % of the population of Hong Kong is urban (7,, people in ) Population Density The population density in China, Hong Kong SAR is people per Km 2 (18, people per mi 2), calculated on a total land area of 1, Km2 ( sq. miles). This book doesn't merely regurgitate the familiar anecdotes and the handful of statistics usually trotted out to illustrate Hong Kong's astounding success. It is a substantive discussion of the real policy issues faced by Cowperthwaite and the Hong Kong government beginning with postwar reconstruction until his retirement in the seventies/5(16). The Hong Kong Annual Digest of Statistics brings together various statistical series on Hong Kong compiled by the Census and Statistics Department and other government departments and organisations in one volume. It aims to provide users with a comprehensive overview of Hong Kong's social. Hong Kong Island (Chinese: 香港島; Cantonese Yale: Hēunggóng dóu) is an island in the southern part of Hong has a population of 1,, and its population density is 16,/km², as of The island had a population of about 3, inhabitants scattered in a dozen fishing villages when it was occupied by the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland in the First Opium War Highest point: Victoria Peak.