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Cosmopolitan Hong Kong, with its special East-West outlook, creates an unforgettable setting and a stimulating location in which to find out more about Asia: 

  • Dynamic global hub, renowned for finance, business, trading, shopping, buzzing nightlife and high-rise living, but also its spectacular harbour, mountain ranges, and extensive country parks 
  • A part of China, but operates under the unique “one country, two systems” concept, enabling it to retain its capitalist system, freedom of expression, information and religion, and common law legal system
  • An appealing mix of Chinese tradition and festivals and up-to-the-minute international trends and developments amid a 24/7 lifestyle
  • A huge variety of different cuisines, including many varieties of Chinese food as well as restaurants, cafes, pubs and coffee shops serving food from around the world
  • Diverse international community, with many established societies, organizations and activities
  • Highly efficient local transportation system and easy access to Mainland China and regional locations

    Hong Kong has…
    Three main areas: Hong Kong Island, Kowloon Peninsula and the New Territories. It was returned to Chinese sovereignty in 1997 after 150 years of UK administration.

  • Unparalleled opportunity to gain insight into China and learn how life works in Asia
  • A chance to extend linguistic capabilities to include Chinese (Cantonese, the language spoken in Hong Kong along with English; and Mandarin, the official language of China)
  • An events hub, with its own arts, film and music scene and a huge array of international visitors from top classical musicians to leading pop groups and artistic performers


Undergraduate & postgraduate programmes
A-G/F-10, 10 Lo Ping Road, Tai Po, New Territories, Hong Kong | Tel: (852) 2948 7654 | Fax: (852) 2948 8198 | Email: io@ied.edu.hk