Hong Kong's Economic Development
An analysis of "Strategies for Rapid Economic Development: The Case of Hong Kong" by Leonard Cheng and "Hong Kong and its Strategic Values for China and Britain" by Cheuk-Wah Chan.
# 121369 | 1,750 words | 30 sources | APA | 2008 |
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A critique of two articles focusing on Hong Kong's economic development in the post World War II era. The focus of both articles in on the industrialization of Hong Kong.
From the Paper:"This paper will analyze two scholarly articles "Strategies for Rapid Economic Development: The Case of Hong Kong" by Leonard Cheng and "Hong Kong and its Strategic Values for China and Britain" by Cheuk-Wah Chan. Both articles explore the post World War II industrialization of Hong Kong albeit from different perspectives and over different timelines. The two articles are a study in contrasts, however, and not merely in their substantive content but also in their very structure and the quality of their writing. Cheng's article fails to present..."
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