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Leon (Hong Kong)

Posts : 39
Join date : 2015-12-05
Age : 175
Location : Hong Kong.

PostSubject: Yo, The Fragrant Harbour.   Fri Dec 11, 2015 7:30 pm

Hong Kong

Mandarin: Li Xiao Chun.
Cantonese: Lei Siu Chun.
Western: Leon.

Representative of:
Hong Kong Special Administrative Region of the People's Republic of China.


Human: 19.
Place: 173.

Brief personality:
Little is known about Hong Kong, other than that, for many years, he was under England's control, who cursed him to have thick eyebrows. It is noted that one cannot really tell what is on his mind, due to his lack of showing emotion. He has also been described as being "in many ways, a sturdy big bro". In the 2010 Christmas Event, it is hinted that he might have a vague interest in fashion, as he was somewhat disturbed by China's choice of casual wear and said that he should think about it more often. He also seems to be afraid of the dark and admires Jackie Chan.

Brief physical description:
Hong Kong has choppy dark brown hair that comes down to his jaw and light brown eyes. He wears a burgundy duangua with black piping and oversized sleeves, and dark brown trousers. His eyebrows are noticeably thicker than the other Asian characters, due to a curse put on him by England. It's said that his face takes after China's. When he was younger and still lived with China, he had a long ponytail, but when they next met after he'd lived with England, it seems to have been cut off.

Brief history:  
Situated on the southeast coast of China, Hong Kong’s strategic location on the Pearl River Delta and South China Sea has made it one of the world’s most thriving and cosmopolitan cities.
Hong Kong as we know it today was born when China’s Qing dynasty government was defeated in the First Opium War in 1842, when it ceded Hong Kong Island to Britain. Within 60 years, Kowloon, the New Territories and 235 Outlying Islands were also leased to Britain. However, the history of the more than 1100 square kilometres that Hong Kong now occupies predates the events of the Qing dynasty by more than a thousand years. And, as you explore the city’s colourful heritage, you’ll discover stories of powerful clans, marauding pirates and European traders.
From its earliest days as a British colony, Hong Kong served as a centre of international trade. In the turbulent years of the early 20th century, the city’s population was bolstered by refugees, mostly from China. The arrival of immigrants in large numbers helped launch a new role for Hong Kong as a major manufacturing hub. It also brought economically stimulating energy and industry to the city’s character. In recent decades, as the economy of Mainland China has undergone a process of opening up, Hong Kong has transformed yet again – this time into a service-based economy as well as an important gateway to the world’s largest market.
Under the principle of 'One Country, Two Systems', Hong Kong became a Special Administrative Region of the People's Republic of China on 1 July 1997. This arrangement allows the city to enjoy a high degree of autonomy, including retaining its capitalist system, independent judiciary and rule of law, free trade and freedom of speech.
A look at the city’s history could give a strong impression that change is the only constant here. However, despite all its reinventions, Hong Kong’s spirit has never changed. In fact, the same energy and dynamism that turned a group of sleepy fishing villages into a crossroads of international trade is now taking Asia’s world city into the 21st century.

Religious affiliation:
Mostly Buddhist.

Any special powers or abilities:
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