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Tai'o's many small houses were built over the water on stilts.along the bank of the canal,villagers clean the fresh fish,and the fishermen still sun-dry their catches using tranditional techniques.
spreading out north kowloon peninsula, the area that connects hongkong to mainland China is known as the New Territories.there are loads of fascinating historical sites to choose from.we'll sample just a few of them.
New Territories are a kind of living museum of chinese heritage.in 1898, to create a buffer between themselves and mainland,British leased the area from China during a period of 99 years.as the expiration date of the lease neard,talks between the UK and the People's Republic of China heated up.
Britain agreed not only to return New Territories to China,but also all of Hongkong.part of that agreement was that for 50 years hongkong and its outlying areas wouldl be considered a special administrative region,and it will be allowed to continue operating under a free market system.
once rural and undeveloped,the New Territories is undergoing rapid change.but although enormous housing projects are springing up the staggering rate,you can till find the villages that foster time-honored traditions.
the chinese venerate their ancestors.you'll find the ancestral halls throughout the area.this hall near to the Han village belong to the tang clan,one of the five great clans in hongkong.
migrating here from north central plain,these clans dominated the regions for 500 years.even today,their descendants weild political and economic clouts.
this hall was built about 700 years ago,contains the soul tablets of clan members.most  chinese believe that in the afterlife,the ancestors have special powers that influence the fate of living descendants.
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Tai O’s many small houses are built over the water on stills. Along the banks of the canal, villagers clean fresh fish, and the fishermen still sundry their catch using traditional techniques.

Spreading out north of the Kowloon Peninsula, the area that connects Hong Kong to mainland China is known as the New Territories. There are loads of fascinating historical sites to choose from. We’ll sample just a few of them. The New Territories are a kind of living museum of Chinese heritage. In 1898, to create a buffer between themselves and the mainland, the British leased the area from China for a period of 99 years. As the expiration date of the lease neared, talks between the U.K. and the People’s Republic of China heated up.

“Britain agreed not only to return the New Territories to China, but also all of Hong Kong. Part of that agreement was that for 50 years, Hong Kong and its outlying areas would be considered a Special Administrative Region, and would be allowed to continue operating under a free market system.”

Once rural and undeveloped, the New Territories are undergoing rapid change. But although enormous housing projects are springing up at a staggering rate, you can still find quiet villages that foster time-honored traditions.

The Chinese venerate their ancestors, and you’ll find ancestral halls throughout the area. This hall near Hang Mei Village belonged to the Tan clan, one of the five great clans of Hong Kong.

Migrating here from China’s north central plain, these clans dominated the region for hundreds of years. Even today their descendants wield political and economic clout. This hall was built about 700 years ago and contains the soul tablets of clan members. Most Chinese believe that in the afterlife, ancestors have special powers that can influence the fate of living descendants.
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[Homework]【整理】2009-12-02 Smart Travels 香港篇—9

Tai's many small houses are built over the water on stilts. Along the banks of the canal, villagers clean fresh fish, and the fishermen still sundry their catch using traditional techniques.
Spreading out north of the K P, the area that connects Hong Kong to mainland China is known as the New Territories. There are loads of fascinating historical sites to choose from. We’ll sample just a few of them. The new territories are a kind of living museum of Chinese heritage. In 1898, to create a buffer between themselves and the mainland, the British leased the area from china for a period of 99 years. As the expertation date of the lease neared, talks between the UK and the People’s Republic of China heated up.
Britain agreed not only to return the New Terr to China, but also all of Hong Kong. Part of that agreement was that for 50 years, Hong Kong and its outlying areas would be considered a special administrative Region, and would be allowed to continue operating under a free market system.
Once rule and undeveloped, the New Terr are undergoing rapid change. But although enormous housing projects are springing up at a staggering rate, you can still find quiet villages that fost time honored traditions.
The Chinese venerate their ancestors, and you’ll find ancest halls throughout the area. This hall, near Hang Mei Village, belonged to the Tang clan, one of the five great clans of Hong Kong.
Migrating here from China’s north central plain, these clans dominated the region for hundreds of years. Even today their descendants wield political and economic clout.
This hall was built about 700 years ago and contains the soul tablets of clan members. Most Chinese believe that, in the afterlife, ancestors have special powers that can influence the fate of living descendes.
                                                   
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many small houses ride the water on sticks. along the banks of the cannel, villagesare cleaning the fish and fish men still sun dry their catch using traditional technics


spreading out the north Kowloon Peninsula ,the area that connects Hong Kong to the main land is New Territories, wherethere are loads of fascinating historical sites to choose from. out samples are just few of them


Tai O’s many small houses are built over the wateron stilts.  along the banks of the canal, villagers clean fresh fish and fishermen still sundry their catch usingtraditional techniques.


spreading out norththe Kowloon Peninsula , the area that connects Hong Kong to mainland China is known as New Territories.There are loads of fascinating historical sites to choose from. We’ll sample just a few of them


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The Chinese veneratetheir ancestors , and you will find ancestral’s halls throughout the area


This hall, near HangMei Village,belonged to the TangCLan, one of five great clients in Hong Kong


Migrating years for China North Centralclaim. This claim dominated this region for hundreds of years. Even today theirdecedents wield political economic clout.


This hall was built about 700 years ago and contains the Sole tablets of clan members. Most Chinese believe that in the afterlife, ancestors have special powers that caninfluence the fate of living decedents
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