ႁွင်းၵွင်း

香港
Special administrative region
Hong Kong Special Administrative Region of the People's Republic of China
Chinese: 中華人民共和國香港特別行政區
Cantonese romanisation: Jūng'wàh Yàhnmàhn Guhng'wòhgwok Hēunggóng Dahkbiht Hàhngjingkēui
A flag with a white 5-petalled flower design on solid red background
ၸွမ်ပိဝ်
A red circular emblem, with a white 5-petalled flower design in the centre, and surrounded by the words "Hong Kong" and "中華人民共和國香港特別行政區"
Emblem
Location of Hong Kong
Location of Hong Kong
Sovereign state People's Republic of China
Treaty of Nanking 29 August 1842
New Territories lease 9 June 1898
Sino-British Joint Declaration 19 December 1984
Transfer from the United Kingdom 1 July 1997
Largest district
by population
Sha Tin
ၽႃႇသႃႇၸႂ်ႉၼႂ်းလုမ်း
Cantonese[lower-alpha 1]
Traditional Chinese[lower-alpha 2]
English alphabet
ၸုမ်းၸၢဝ်းၶိူဝ်း
(2016)
92.0% Han Chinese
2.5% Filipino
2.1% Indonesian
0.8% White
0.5% Indian
0.3% Nepalese
1.6% other[6]
ၵူၼ်းၸႃႇတိ Hongkonger
Hong Kongese
လူင်ပွင်ၸိုင်ႈ Devolved executive-led system within a socialist republic
• Chief Executive
Carrie Lam
• Chief Secretary
Matthew Cheung
• Council President
Andrew Leung
• Chief Justice
Geoffrey Ma
လုမ်းတႅၼ်းၽွင်း Legislative Council
National representation
36 deputies
203 delegates[7]
ဢေႇရိယႃႇ
• ႁူမ်ႈ
(168th)
• ၼမ်ႉ (%)
59.8 (1648 km2; 636 sq mi)[8]
ၼႃႈလိၼ်သုင်သုတ်း 957 မီႇတႃႇ (3,140 ထတ်း)
Lowest elevation 0 မီႇတႃႇ (0 ထတ်း)
ႁူဝ်ၼပ်ႉၵူၼ်း
• လၢမ်းဢဝ် 2019

7,500,700

[9] (103rd)
• လွင်ႈသတ်ႉ
(4th)
GDP (PPP) 2019 estimate
• ႁူမ်ႈ
Increase $490.880 billion[11] (44th)
ငိုၼ်းၶဝ်ႈ ၼိုင်ႈၵေႃႉ
Increase $64,928[11] (10th)
GDP (nominal) 2019 estimate
• ႁူမ်ႈ
Increase $372.989 billion[11] (35th)
• ငိုၼ်းၶဝ်ႈ ၼိုင်ႈၵေႃႉ
Increase $49,334[11] (16th)
Gini (2016) Negative increase 53.9[12]
high
HDI (2018) Increase 0.939[13]
very high · 4th
ငိုၼ်း Hong Kong dollar (HK$) (HKD)
ၶၢဝ်းယၢမ်းၼႃႈလိၼ် UTC+08:00 (HKT)
ပိူင်ဝၼ်းတီႈ dd-mm-yyyy
yyyy年mm月dd日
ပိူင်ၾႆးၾႃႉ 220 V–50 Hz
ပိူင်သၢႆလူတ်ႉ left[lower-alpha 3]
ၶူတ်ႉတႄႇလီႇၾူင်း +852
ၶူတ်ႉ ISO 3166
TLD ဢိၼ်ႇထႃႇၼႅတ်ႉ
License plate prefixes None for local vehicles, 粤Z for cross-boundary vehicles
Abbreviation HK / ထႅမ်းပလဵၵ်ႉ:Zh


ၽိုၼ်ဢိင်မႄးထတ်း

  1. 1.0 1.1 No specific variety of Chinese is official in the territory. Residents predominantly speak Cantonese, the de facto regional standard.[1][2][3]
  2. 2.0 2.1 For all government use, documents written using Traditional Chinese characters are authoritative over ones inscribed with Simplified Chinese characters.[4] English shares equal status with Chinese in all official proceedings.[5]
  3. Except for the Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macao Bridge Hong Kong Link Road, which drives on the right.[14]
  1. Leung 2016.
  2. Official Languages Ordinance.
  3. Population By-Census 2016, pp. 31, 51–52
  4. Legislative Council Disclaimer and Copyright Notice
  5. Use of Chinese in Court Proceedings 2011
  6. Population By-Census 2016, p. 46.
  7. Cheung 2017.
  8. 8.0 8.1 Survey and Mapping Office – Circulars and Publications. Survey and Mapping Office. Retrieved on 20 March 2020
  9. Population - Overview | Census and Statistics Department. Censtatd.gov.hk. Retrieved on 2020-05-29
  10. Population By-Census 2016, p. 34.
  11. 11.0 11.1 11.2 11.3 World Economic Outlook Database, October 2019. International Monetary Fund.
  12. Household Income Distribution 2016, p. 7
  13. UN Human Development Indices and Indicators 2018, p. 22
  14. Technical Legislative Amendments on Traffic Arrangements for the Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macao Bridge 2017