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I have read your writing recently about Hong Kong, saying it does not have a strong culture. The culture of Hong Kong actually comes from China and influenced by British colonialism. Thus, in my opinion, Hong Kong has its own unique culture.

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Dear Sir, Comment on the editorial on Hong Kong not having a strong culture I have read your writing recently about Hong Kong, saying it does not have a strong culture. The culture of Hong Kong actually comes from China and influenced by British colonialism. Thus, in my opinion, Hong Kong has its own unique culture. You might ask "What is the different between Hong Kong and the other colonies of Britain?" Yes, it is true that there are some western cultures introduced to Hong Kong. At the same time, the original Chinese culture fused with it. ...read more.

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Secondly, we should also not forget the large number of holidays we have every year which indicates the different kinds of festivals of Hong Kong. We celebrate Christmas and Chinese New Year at the same time, and there are also many types of valentines' day for people to cherish what they get from each other. And most importantly, the ways we treat these festivals are unique, we don't simply follow the traditions and take them as festivals only, it is also a time for Hong Kong people to treasure the joy by producing lots of activities, while those can't be found overseas. ...read more.

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Lastly, I think entertainment is a category that shows the strong culture of Hong Kong. It is not about the sticky photos or karaoke, it is the Chinese Opera, which combines music and martial arts together and becomes a unique form of art. Even though the origin of Chinese Opera is the mainland China, Hong Kong people develop it and merge our culture to it, like the techniques of singing and how to perform the comedy scenes. As a whole, there are many aspects that we can discover how strong Hong Kong's culture is. No doubt we should admit the fact and cherish it, as it is special to everyone who lives in this little place and share the days together. ...read more.

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