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by Richard Hughes
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Hong Kong: Borrowed Place, Borrowed Time - Hong Kong and its many faces (Deutsch, 1968). Richard Hughes, Foreign Devil: Thirty Years of Reporting from the Far East (Deutsch, 1972). Norman Macswan, The man who read the east wind : a biography of Richard Hughes, Kangaroo Press, 1982. php?title Richard Hughes (journalist)&oldid 930558313".
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Borrowed Place, Borrowed Time book.
The subtitle is borrowed-from Hah Suyin-but the outlook is independent in this brief overview of Hong Kong as it is. .
In 1997 the colony and the New, Territories revert to China; there is time to influence to build on the Hong Kong Chinese preference for colonial conditions rather than the Communist way of life. "The real, final and only question"" is: how much is Hong Kong worth? and to whom?
My father used to say Hong Kong is a borrowed place on borrowed time, he said.
My father used to say Hong Kong is a borrowed place on borrowed time, he said. For this reason, he argues, Hong Kong could never be ‘home’. To deny our immediate relationships – whether they be with a place, people or the roots we all inevitably lay down – and to deny these emotional foundations as a home, precludes us from really identifying with those greater concepts of humanity or nationhood. Our universal humanity is built on the foundations of our immediate connections; the natural bonds we forge with those and with what is around us. This is home. Australian Dictionary of Biography article.
Places Visited: China; Hong Kong; Macao; Singapore. Book Title: Hong Kong: borrowed place - borrowed time. Date of Start: 1956+. Reason for Publishing: professional; to inform.
Richard Hughes, Hong Kong-Borrowed Place, Borrowed Time, Deutsch, 1968. David Bonavia, Hong Kong 1997, Columbus Books, 1983. Maggie Keswick, The Thistle and the Jade, Mandarin Publishers, 1982. Henry Wilkinson, Bermuda in the Old Empire, Oxford University Press, 1950. The british west indies. I would refer the reader to just two volumes.
Richard Hughes was born in Melbourne on March 6, 1906. He left school there at the age of 14, trying his hand successively as a poster artist, shunter of railroad cars and public relations officer before joining The Star of Melbourne as a reporter in 1934.