Hong Kong differs from other geopolitical units in being more like a city-state than a nation. Most of the population is concentrated in densely populated areas of Kowloon and Hong Kong Island. However, Hong Kong also has several so-called New Towns that are located in the New Territories, a rural area north of Kowloon. The New Towns have some attributes of suburban communities.
Recommended CitationMcIntyre, B., Suburban journalism in the Hong Kong context, Asia Pacific Media Educator, 10, 2001, 75-84.