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This is Hong Kong Hardcover – February 13, 2007
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Everyone will like this book because it is funny, it uses simple words, and there is even a list of differences between now and the 70s. Today, some of the old things are still around such as bamboo and fried hot chestnuts.
However, I think that the government of Hong Kong should have protected landmarks such as Queen's Pier. Also, I would have liked to go to Tiger Balm Gardens even though the new library is great. This book may make grownups sad to see how many landmarks have been lost.
and as with all the updated printings of sasek's books, there is a welcome list of "this is the country...today!" at the end of the book with changes listed since the original printing. it is great to see both the way the country WAS as well as the present day differences.
i highly recommend this book if you are interested in either hong kong, or simply in wonderful illustration.
I recommend them for 4+ years old, a wonderful storytime book.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The illustrations are great, but I do feel the books could have more verbiage and information to impart more knowledge.Published on November 18, 2013 by Mary Kay Finnigan
This book is one of the best choices for people who have never been to Hong Kong because this is a very good introductory book for beginners.Published on March 15, 2012 by cici
The graphics are very nice and there are a lot of accurate description of the culture in Hong Kong. However, most of the contents are about Hong Kong in the 50's. Read morePublished on November 27, 2009 by L. Tong