The Fall of Hong Kong

The Fall of Hong Kong

China's Triumph and Britain's Betrayal

Book - 1996
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introduction by Martin Lee, leader of the pro-democracy forces in hong kong

Critical acclaim for THE FALL OF HONG KONG

"Mark Roberti's The Fall of Hong Kong serves as a useful chronicle of the most vibrant and fragile period of Hong Kong's colonial past--the last 15 years." --South China Morning Post

"Roberti rips away the veil of secrecy surrounding the negotiations between Britain and China. . . . [He] builds a compelling case." --Publishers Weekly

"The often obscure politics of Hong Kong come alive in this revealing account." --Library Journal

"The picture that emerges is not just a political, but a human drama as well." --Business Traveler International

Uncovering the truth behind the negotiations for the 1997 turnover of Hong Kong to the People's Republic of China, journalist Mark Roberti reveals shocking evidence of treachery, deceit, and diplomatic double-dealing in London, Hong Kong, and Beijing. Timely and compelling, The Fall of Hong Kong has now been revised and expanded to include information on vital recent developments.
Publisher: New York : John Wiley, 1996.
Edition: Revised and updated.
ISBN: 9780471159612
Branch Call Number: 951. 2505 ROB 1996
Characteristics: xxii, 346 p.

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