Shadows of Hong Kong
Districts of Hong Kong
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Located on the northern side of Victoria Peak, downtown is the glittering corporate heart of the Hong Kong Free Enterprise Zone.
Eastern Hong Kong is primarily corporate residential made up of three towns: Taikoo Shing, Shaukeiwan, and Chai Wan.
Kowloon is defined by blight and lawlessness, this district is primarily ruled by various criminal syndicates. This district is also home to the notorious Kowloon Walled City.
The constant movement of shipping crates marks the district of Kwai Tsing, home of the famed container port, it is the primary port for incoming or outgoing goods.
The Industrial and manufacturing center of Hong Kong. It is also the birthplace of the various radical anti-corporate groups.
Lantau Island is the land of corporate middle managers, tourists, and the Po Lin Monastery, one of the most famous in Hong Kong,
The Northern Reaches are primarily rural agricultural areas.
Once a pristine nature reserve, a massive corporate resource grab has left Sai Kung little more than a refuge for pirates and criminals.
The Southern Coast is a collection of towns that are designed to “protect and celebrate the cultural traditon of Kong Kong.” The largest town in the region is Aberdeen, Home of the Wuxing Skytower.
The massive Tolo Harbor Complex serves as a headquarters and staging ground for Hong Kongs various special police forces that are overseen by Evo, and Ares. It is also the home of the Hong Kong Port Authority.
I cannot think of a way to paraphrase the section on Yau Tsim Mong. Basically it is what you imagine when you think of a Hong Kong market, stalls and people everywhere.
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