Paper Title

[1.2] Hong Kong And The World: The Political & Economic Implications Of Anti-Government In Asia's Financial Crisis

Presenter Information

Cole M R Hickson CMRH, TRUFollow

Location

IB 1007

Start Date

January 2020

End Date

January 2020

Disciplines

History | Philosophy | Political Science

Presentation Type

Presentation

Abstract

Hong Kong is widely recommended as Asia's financial capital and has long been a portal between West and East commerce. However, the increasing civil unrest in regards to an encroaching China has lead many to some spectators to argue Hong Kong's preeminent status as Asia's business might be in jeopardy. This presentation will look at the causes and impacts of these protests from both a political and economic perspective as well as the likely implications on a local, regional, and global scale.

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[1.2] Hong Kong And The World: The Political & Economic Implications Of Anti-Government In Asia's Financial Crisis

IB 1007

Hong Kong is widely recommended as Asia's financial capital and has long been a portal between West and East commerce. However, the increasing civil unrest in regards to an encroaching China has lead many to some spectators to argue Hong Kong's preeminent status as Asia's business might be in jeopardy. This presentation will look at the causes and impacts of these protests from both a political and economic perspective as well as the likely implications on a local, regional, and global scale.