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香港

June 22, 2022

正式には中華人民共和国の香港特別行政区である香港、中国南部の珠江デルタ東部にある中国の都市および特別行政区です。1,104平方キロメートル(426平方マイル)の領土にさまざまな国籍の750万人の居住者がいる香港は、世界で最も人口密度の高い場所の1つです。香港はまた、主要なグローバル金融センターであり、世界で最も発展した都市の1つです。

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