Where is Hong Kong

Awakening a compassionate heart and a global mind-set in children for people beyond the boundaries of their own neighborhoods.

The territory of Hong Kong, located in eastern Asia, encompasses just 421 miles. It shares a land border with China on the north and is bordered by the South China Sea to the east, south, and west. Hong Kong includes multiple islands. The largest island is Hong Kong Island, where the capital city of Hong Kong is located. Lantau Island is the second-largest island. Hong Kong also includes the 234 Outlying Islands.

More than seven million people call Hong Kong their home.

If you lived in Hong Kong, you might enjoy a traditional breakfast that includes congee (rice porridge) and yau cha kwai (oil-fried bread sticks). Most people serve Chinese food with rice in their homes. Some of the most common ingredients used in Chinese cuisine include shiitake mushrooms, Chinese cabbage, salted duck eggs, red beans, dried shrimp, hoisin sauce, dried scallops, and lotus seeds.

If you lived in Hong Kong, you would most likely go to a temple to worship in the traditional or local folk religion.

Employees at Hong Kong International Airport have set the example for corporate social responsibility. By protecting the environment, caring about the community, and reaching out to those in need, they contribute to Hong Kong’s sustainable development and help make their city a better place to live. From volunteering in neighboring communities by serving the elderly to extending a helping hand to the less privileged, they’re strongly aware of community needs. The airport has been named a Caring Organization by the Hong Kong Council of Social Service for seven consecutive years in recognition of its continuous support for and contributions to the community.


• Hong Kong has more Rolls Royce vehicles per person than any other city in the world.
• Hong Kong has the highest average IQ in the world.
• Bruce Lee won the 1958 Cha Cha championship.