Hong Kong: The Meaning of the Chinese Cantonese New Year Greeting, the Age of the Abacus, the Highest Rate of Millionaires, Rolls Royce’s Per Capita, Mercedes Benz Outside of Germany, and Smartphone Users in Hong Kong, Hybrid Indian-Chinese Hong Kong Haberdasheries, the Fast Production Rate of Hong Kong Suits, Hong Kong Returned from the U.K. to China in 1997, and the Most Commonly Subscribed to Faiths in Hong Kong

The Cantonese phrase “gung hay fat choy” which is said during the Chinese lunar new year does not translate to “happy New Year”, rather it translates to “wishing you to be prosperous in the coming year” and is in reference primarily to finance as this is viewed as the most important consideration of starting a new year. The abacus is over 5000 years old. Hong Kong, China has the world’s highest percentage of millionaires per square kilometer, the highest ownership of Rolls Royce’s per capita, th...

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