Hong Kong History

These traditional businesses helped define the city, and this professional rugby sevens player wants the city's youth to visit while they still exist.
Scotsmen William Jardine and James Matheson are responsible for some of the most important transportation developments in the city.
Jehangir Hormusjee Ruttonjee faced business failures, political unrest and personal tragedy in Hong Kong, but his devotion to the city and its people never wavered.
The philanthropist built his career and legacy in the city and dedicated his life to helping others.
Members of this South Asian community stay in touch with their roots through food and family
The former community manger of the local temple talks about how the religious minority group spreads its values of altruism, social integration and religious tolerance.
Known for their resilience and bravery, these soldiers were instrumental in protecting the city and defusing bombs planted during WWII.
Jews in HK have played a huge role in its development, including helping new immigrants from the mainland after political unrest.
Mody Road is just one small part of the legacy Hormusjee Naorojee Mody left in Hong Kong.