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Hong Kong
used in The Bourne Identity

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Definition
one of the world's leading commercial centers on the coast of southern China; formerly an English colony; leased by China to Britain in 1842 and returned in 1997
  • The silk came from a bolt an FS-Three in our section brought back from Hong Kong.
    Chapter 10 (61% in)
  • After the war, Cain made his reputation throughout most of East Asia, from as far north as Tokyo down through the Philippines, Malaysia and Singapore, with side trips to Hong Kong, Cambodia, Laos and Calcutta.
    Chapter 16 (38% in)
  • A murder in Tokyo; a car blown up in Hong Kong; a narcotics caravan ambushed in the Triangle; a banker shot in Calcutta; an ambassador assassinated in Moulmein; a Russian technician or an American businessman killed in the streets of Shanghai itself.
    Chapter 16 (40% in)
  • A week after that a newspaper editor was blown out of his car in Hong Kong, and in less than forty-eight hours a banker was shot on a street in Calcutta.
    Chapter 17 (65% in)
  • Reports came from informers in Manila, Osaka, Hong Kong and Tokyo.
    Chapter 17 (67% in)
  • Manila, Hong Kong ...
    Chapter 17 (69% in)
  • To Singapore or Hong Kong or even the Seychelles, perhaps.
    Chapter 30 (67% in)

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