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  *空* | 空* | *空
empty / air / sky / in vain
HSK 4
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  *空* | 空* | *空
to empty / vacant / unoccupied / space / leisure / free time
HSK 4
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  *孔* | 孔* | *孔
hole / CL: 個|个 / classifier for cave dwellings
HSK 6
Shenzhen subprovincial city in Guangdong, special economic zone close to Hong Kong
Hong Kong
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  *港* | 港* | *港
Hong Kong, abbr. for 香港 / surname Gang
Shenzhen subprovincial city in Guangdong, special economic zone close to Hong Kong
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  *控* | 控* | *控
to control / to accuse / to charge / to sue / to invert a container to empty it / (suffix) (slang) buff / enthusiast / devotee / -phile or -philia
Bruce Lee (1940-1973), Hong Kong actor and martial arts expert
Hong Kong 香港, Macao 澳門|澳门 and Taiwan 臺灣|台湾
(ironically) mainland China (Taiwan & Hong Kong usage)
King Kong
"through train" (refers to the idea of retaining previous legislature after transition to Chinese rule in Hong Kong or Macao)
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  *孔* | 孔* | *孔
surname Kong
population (counted as number of households for census or taxation) / registered residence / residence permit / (in Hong Kong and Macau) bank account
Tin Hau, Empress of Heaven, another name for the goddess Matsu 媽祖|妈祖 / Tin Hau (Hong Kong area around the MTR station with same name)
Kowloon district of Hong Kong
mainland China (PRC excluding Hong Kong and Macau, but including islands such as Hainan) / Japan (used in Taiwan during Japanese colonization)
Tax Bureau / Inland Revenue Department (Hong Kong)
foreign enterprise / company established in mainland China with direct investment from foreign entities or from investors in Taiwan, Macao or Hong Kong / abbr. for 外資企業|外资企业
special administrative region (SAR), of which there are two in the PRC: Hong Kong 香港 and Macau 澳門|澳门 / refers to many different areas during late Qing, foreign occupation, warlord period and Nationalist government / refers to special zones in North Korea and Indonesia
Central, Hong Kong Island
Andy Lau (1961-), Hong Kong Cantopop singer and actor
Hong Kong currency / Hong Kong dollar
Cathay Pacific (Hong Kong airline)
Greater Bay Area, established in 2017, consisting of Hong Kong, Macao and nine cities in Guangdong (abbr. for 粵港澳大灣區|粤港澳大湾区)
Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area, established in 2017, consisting of Hong Kong, Macao and nine cities in Guangdong
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  *恐* | 恐* | *恐
afraid / frightened / to fear
Hong Kong and Shanghai Banking Corporation (HSBC)
Admiralty, Hong Kong
Stephen Chow (1962-), Hong Kong actor, comedian, screenwriter and film director, known for his mo lei tau 無厘頭|无厘头 movies
Greater China / refers to China, Taiwan, Hong Kong and Macau (esp. in finance and economics) / refers to all areas of Chinese presence (esp. in the cultural field), including parts of Southeast Asia, Europe and the Americas
abbr. for Shanghai 上海, Shenzhen 深圳 and Hong Kong 香港
tearoom / teahouse / dim sum restaurant (Hong Kong)
PRC and Hong Kong
Hang Seng index (of Hong Kong stock market)
Chinese University of Hong Kong
Hong Kong and Shanghai Banking Corporation (HSBC)
Leslie Cheung (1956-2003), Hong Kong singer and actor
BaiSheng, common name for Chinese company / PakSing, common Hong Kong company name
Cecilia Cheung (1980-), Hong Kong actress and pop singer
Chuk Yuen (place in Hong Kong)
Wong Tai Sin district of Kowloon, Hong Kong
one country, two systems (PRC proposal regarding Hong Kong, Macau and Taiwan)
Simon Yam Tat-Wah (1955-), Hong Kong actor and film producer
Hong Kong and Macao Affairs Office of the State Council
silly talk or "mo lei tau" (Cantonese), genre of humor emerging from Hong Kong late in the 20th century
Carrie Lam (1957-), chief executive of Hong Kong 2017-, full name 林鄭月娥|林郑月娥 Carrie Lam Cheng Yuet-ngor
Hong Kong Stock Exchange / abbr. for 香港交易所
(Tw) (slang) a prank, prevalent in Chinese schools and known as "happy corner" in Hong Kong, in which several people carry a victim with his legs spread open, bringing his groin up against a pole or tree trunk
Educational Television (Hong Kong)
Chow Yun-Fat (1955-), Hong Kong TV and film star
Sha Tin town in New Territories, Hong Kong
Hong Kong and Macao Affairs Office of the State Council (abbr. for 國務院港澳事務辦公室|国务院港澳事务办公室)
Francis Ng Chun-Yu (1961-), Hong Kong actor
Sony (former name of the company used prior to 2009 in some markets including Taiwan, Hong Kong and Singapore, now replaced by 索尼 in all markets)
Sir Li Ka-shing (1928-), Hong Kong businessman
abbr. for Hong Kong 香港 and Shenzhen 深圳
Joint Publishing, bookstore chain and publisher, founded in Hong Kong in 1948
Alan Tam (1950-), Hong Kong Canto-pop singer and actor
Dabu County in Meizhou 梅州, Guangdong / Tai Po district of New Territories, Hong Kong / Dabu or Tabu Township in Chiayi County 嘉義縣|嘉义县, west Taiwan
New Territories (in Hong Kong)
to love Hong Kong (usually implying that one also supports the PRC government)
Mark Six (Hong Kong lotto game)
Sing Tao, Hong Kong media group and publisher of Sing Tao Daily 星島日報|星岛日报
Wen Wei Po (Hong Kong newspaper) / Wenhui News (Shanghai newspaper)
Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macau Bridge
Wan Chai district of Hong Kong
Ekin Cheng (1967-), Hong Kong actor and pop singer
Faye Wong (1969-), Hong Kong pop star and actress
CR Vanguard or China Resources Vanguard Shop, a supermarket chain in Hong Kong and mainland China
Anita Yuen (1971-), Hong Kong actress
Hong Kong Island / abbr. for 香港島|香港岛
Maggie Cheung (1964-), Hong Kong actress
Lau Ching-Wan (1964-), Hong Kong actor
Rosamund Kwan (1962-), Hong Kong actress
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  *倥* | 倥* | *倥
ignorant / blank-minded
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  *倥* | 倥* | *倥
urgent / pressed
Kong Rong giving up pears, classic moral story about Kong Rong 孔融 picking up smaller pears while leaving the bigger ones to his older brothers, still used nowadays to educate the young on courtesy and modesty
Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
Occupy Central, Hong Kong civil disobedience movement (September 2014 -)
Gallen Lo (1962-), Hong Kong actor and singer
long gown / cheongsam / traditional Asian dress for men or (in Hong Kong) women's qipao
Johnnie To (1955-), Hong Kong film director
SenseTime, artificial intelligence company focused on computer vision and deep learning technologies, founded in Hong Kong in 2014
Hong Kong government
Saigon, capital of former South Vietnam / Sai Kung town in New Territories, Hong Kong
Sham Tseng (area in Hong Kong)
mainland China and Hong Kong
(abbr.) stationed in Hong Kong
legislative council / LegCo (Hong Kong)
Law Kar-Ying (1946-), Hong Kong actor
Kwun Tong district of Kowloon, Hong Kong
Gordon Liu (1955-), Hong Kong action actor
Sha Tau Kok (town in Hong Kong)
Victoria Park, Hong Kong
Wong Kar-wai (1956-), Hong Kong film director
Tai Wan, a locality in Kowloon, Hong Kong
Sing Tao Daily, Hong Kong newspaper
Hutchison Whampoa (former investment holding company based in Hong Kong, founded in 1863, defunct in 2015)

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