Friday, October 01, 2010
DTN News: Hong Kong TODAY - October 1, 2010 - Celebrations In The Former British Colony *Fireworks light up the sky over Victoria Harbour to celebrate China's National Day in Hong Kong on October 1, 2010. China marked the 61st anniversary of communist rule
Source: K. V. Seth - DTN News
(NSI News Source Info) HONG KONG - October 2, 2010: Yesterday, Friday October 1st was an official holiday link and related to Mainland China. There was fireworks for celebration from 9 pm to 9.40 ...pm at water front. This city of Hong Kong is full of life with tourist and public on the... street and shops and eateries/restaurants open till late over midnight, police are respected for keeping - law and order and taxi drivers are extremely polite. What more can one expect from a small beautiful city/state/province....known as Hong Kong. Hong Kong is part and parcel of China, since it was reverted to them since 1997 and China being a Socialist state promised British government/Hong Kong's public/the world at large that they will maintain British tradition democratically elect legislative system for the next 50 years from 1997. China tweets Hong Kong and treats it as S.A.R (Special Administrative Region) with due respect for the former British colony. Today, Hong Kong is a vibrant city with so much energy and a business plus financial centre with law and order is due to China non-interfering policy in Hong Kong. The real credit of Hong Kong's prosperity goes to CHINA. I forsee by 2025, China is going to be a superpower almost equal or overtaking U.S.A. in all factors including industry, productivity and financially. I may get carried away, but the aforementioned are a common man's view in most parts of the globe, China has taken over the world economically by invading world markets with their merchandize. In the interim, I rest my case and say GOOD NIGHT to all my dear friends from Hong Kong.
DTN News: U.S. Department of Defense Contracts Dated October 1, 2010 Source: U.S. DoD issued No. 895-10 October 1, 2010 (NSI News Source Info) WASHINGTON - October 1, 2010: U.S. Department of Defense, Office of the Assistant Secretary of Defense (Public Affairs) Contracts issued October 1,