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Hong Kong

 

Government of Hong Kong | Chartered Bank | Hong Kong and Shanghai Banking Corporation 1978-2009 | 2010-2015
Standard Chartered bank 1985-2009 | 2010-2014 | Bank of China 1997-2009 | 2010-2014

 

Standard Chartered Bank

 

20 Dollars, 2010

20 dollars 2010 front
20 dollars 2010 back

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Front: Mythical carp

Back: Abacus and Binary Code

Courtesy emiro50

 

50 Dollars, 2014

50 Dollars, 2014 front
50 Dollars, 2014 back

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Front: Mythical tortoise

Back: Chinese combination lock and vault

Courtesy emiro50

 

100 Dollars, 2014

100 dollars 2014 front
100 dollars 2014 back

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Front: Mythical horse "Quilin"

Back: Sung script Seal and printed circuit

Courtesy yuri111

 

500 Dollars, 2012

500 dollars 2012 front
500 dollars 2012 back

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Front: Mythical Phoenix

Back: Traditional face chart and biometrics

Courtesy noteshobby

 

1000 Dollars, 2012

1000 dollars 2012 front
1000 dollars 2012 back

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Front: Mythical Dragon

Back: Tang Dynasty coin and Smart Chip

Courtesy noteshobby

Government of Hong Kong | Chartered Bank
Hong Kong and Shanghai Banking Corporation 1978-2009 | 2010-2015
Standard Chartered bank 1985-2009 | 2010-2014
Bank of China 1997-2009 | 2010-2014

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Hong Kong, located on the southeastern coast of China, was a British colony from 1842 to 1997 when its sovereignty was transferred to China.

Hong Kong is governed as a Special Administrative Region of China. Under the terms of the Sino-British Joint Declaration, China has promised to give Hong Kong a relatively high degree of autonomy for at least 50 years after the transfer of sovereignty.
Under the "One Country, Two Systems" policy, Hong Kong retains its own legal system, currency, customs policy, cultural delegation, international sport teams, and immigration laws. China represents Hong Kong only in foreign affairs and defense.

For a more detailed country profile, see CIA World Factbook on Hong Kong.

 

 

 

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