Hong Kong became a Special Administrative Region of the People's Republic of China on 1 July, 1997, after a century and a half of British administration. Under Hong Kong's constitutional document the Basic Law, the existing economic, legal and social systems will be maintained for at least 50 years after 1997
Hong Kong: Background Information, Government Information Centre
» Hong Kong Information from the CIA World Fact Book.
» Religion and Custom Fact sheet provided by Hong Kong's Government Information Centre.
» Religion in Hong Kong Brief overview from HongKongNet.net (a travel information service).
» Religion News Blog News about religious cults, sects, alternative religions and related issues.
» Newswire reports
» Web news reports » Hong Kong Daily.com Collection of newswire and webnews reports
» Hong Kong Voice of Democracy Human rights organization
» Information Center for Human Rights and Democracy Human rights organization
» South China Morning Post Hong Kong-based Newspaper.
» Yahoo! Hong Kong News
» Database of archived news items
(Includes items added between Oct. 25, 1999 and Jan. 31, 2002. See about this database)
Religious movements in Hong Kong include (but are not limited to) the following groups:
» Falun Gong
» Zhong Gong
» Amnesty International Reports on Hong Kong
» Hong Kong Voice of Democracy
» Information Centre for Human Rights and Democracy
Hong Kong - Based ''Information Center for Human Rights & Democracy''(We chanegd the name ''Information Center of Human Rights & Democratic Movement in China'' to this name in April,16 2000) (hereinafter referred to as ''the Center) is the most famous organization that provides China's human rights information to international media, the UN and governments. By having more than 1000 members and informants through out all provinces, and regions inside China, Information Center is able to gather and verify about thousands of cases about China's human Rights every year, which are documented in Chinese and English. The Center has become a largest news provider and a predominant, authoritative source of information about Human Rights in China. The information provided by the Center has been generally recognized as the most reliable, and most authoritative source for world news by international mass media.
Introduction Accessed, May 8, 2001