Dependency Status: Honk Kong is a Special Administrative Region of China.
Nationality: Chinese (also Hong Konger, Hong Kongese)
Language: Cantonese, Mandarin, English
Currency: Hong Kong Dollar (HKD)
Flag: Red symbolizes the motherland. The white, five-petal Bauhinia flower represents the region. The 5-Stars mirror the the stars on China's flag.
National Symbol: Orchid Tree Flower.
National Anthem: "Yiyongiun Jinxingqu" (The March of Volunteers)
Population: 7,112,688 (July 2013 est.)
Ethnic Groups: 93.1% Chinese, 1.9% Indonesian, 1.9% Filipino, 3% Others
Districts: Hong Kong has 18 districts. They are:
Economy: Free Market Economy
Government: Limited Democracy
Military: Hong Kong has no regular indigenous military forces; Hong Kong garrison of China's People's Liberation Army (PLA) includes elements of the PLA Ground Forces, PLA Navy, and PLA Air Force.
Largest Territory: Kowloon
Borders: Hong Kong borders the South China Sea and China.
Country Size: 1,104 square kilometers
Highest Point: Tai Mo Shan (958m)
Lowest Point: South China Sea (0m)
Tallest Mountain: Tai Mo Shan (958m)
Biggest Island: Lantau Island
Tallest Building: International Commerce Centre (ICC)
Known For: Ferry boats, skyscrapers, free economy, shopping, Rolls-Royce, expensive property markets, night markets, police and action films, television dramas, sweet & sour pork, wanton.
Richest Man: Sir Ka-shing Li
Richest Woman: Pansy Ho
Popular Companies: HSBC, Cathay Pacific, Cafe de Coral
Popular Celebrities: Jackie Chan, Yun-Fat Chow, Bruce Lee, Stephen Chow, Sammo Kam-Bo Hung, Andy Lau, Tzi Ma, Robin Shou, Karen Mok, Sandra Ng
Economy: Freest economy in the world.
Convenient Public Transportation: Buses, Trains, Subways, Trams, Taxis, Ferries...
Consulates: Most consulates than any other city, with over 115 countries.
Skyscrapers: Largest amount of skyscrapers.
Crowded: World’s most densely populated city.
Lights Up: Contains the “World’s Largest Permanent and Light Show” according to the Guinness World Records.
Rolling on Wheels: Leading the world in Rolls-Royce per capita.
Good Deals: One of the top cities in the world for business.
Cribs: One of the world’s most expensive property markets.