Hong Konger
noun see Hong Kong

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • Hong Kong Literatur — Die Hong Kong Literatur ist eine literarische Strömung, in welcher die Stadt Hong Kong und insbesondere ihre wechselvolle Geschichte thematisiert wird. Sie strebt danach, die Geschichte Hong Kongs in der Literatur noch einmal präsent werden zu… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

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