Wednesday 9 December 2015

Elvin Siew Chun Wai - Charisma of Hong Kong by Elvin Siew Chun Wai

Elvin Siew Chun Wai - Hong Kong was held by United Kingdom for over one and a half century. It is now an autonomous territory that was passed on to the People's Republic of China on July 1, 1997. Thanks to the agreement between the two nations that social, economic and legal systems of Hong Kong won’t change for the next fifty years. Elvin Siew Chun Wai prefers to visit places of tourist interest whenever he is free. He loves to take a tour of this Chinese autonomous territory. The two languages that are officially used here are Chinese and English. Elvin Siew Chun Wai has laudable command over both the languages. In last few decades Hong Kong has emerged as a big trading center, it is also a popular tourist destination.
Hong Kong is not very rich in natural resources however there are many modern industries. The products manufactured here consist of electronic gadgets, toys, machinery, wrist watches, garments and many more. Elvin Siew Chun Wai is very excited about the future of Hong Kong because now it is counted amongst four Asian tigers.  Along with its industries the tourism sector also generates substantial revenue for Hong Kong. In last few years especially after the handover, there has been a steady rise in the number of tourist especially from mainland China.  It is mandatory for them to possess permit however Elvin Siew Chun Wai needs no such permission as he is the inhabitant of this area.
Elvin Siew Chun Wai states that charisma of Hong Kong cannot be explained in simple words.  Tourists from all corners of world visit Hong Kong. Apart from People's Republic of China majority of tourists belong to United States of America, South Korea, Japan, Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, Indonesia, India, Canada, France, United Kingdom, etc. The major attractions are clock tower, Victoria harbor, Ocean Park and many more. According to Elvin Siew Chun Wai tourists should visit museums to learn more about past of Hong Kong.

Elvin Siew Chun Wai