Hong Kong Council may refer to:
- Hong Kong Council for Academic Accreditation, a council accrediting higher education courses
- Hong Kong Trade Development Council, a global marketing arm and service hub for Hong Kong-based manufacturers and traders
- The Hong Kong Council of Social Service, a council coordinating NGOs in the social service field in Hong Kong
- The Hong Kong Council of the Church of Christ in China, a Protestant Christian church organisation in Hong Kong
Other articles related to "kong, hong kong, hong kong council":
... Koh Kong (Khmer ខេត្តកោះកុង, Thai เกาะกง RTGS Ko Kong) is a province (khaet) of Cambodia ... Its capital is Koh Kong ...
... In Hong Kong, the Hong Kong Council for Accreditation of Academic and Vocational Qualifications (HKCAAVQ) conducts accreditation under an ordinance that took effect ... The former Hong Kong Council for Academic Accreditation was replaced by this new authority ... of accredited programs, and programs accredited by the HKCAAVQ also may be entered into Hong Kong's Qualifications Register ...
... The Hong Kong Council of the Church of Christ in China (Chinese 中華基督教會香港區會)(HKCCCC) is a Protestant Christian church organization in Hong Kong ... The Hong Kong council was established in 1953 after the Communist Party of China took over mainland China ... HKCCCC is one of the sponsoring bodies in Hong Kong runs many local schools ...
... The ecology of Hong Kong is mostly affected by the results of climatic changes ... Hong Kong's climate is seasonal due to alternating wind direction between winter and summer ... Hong Kong has been geologically stable for millions of years ...
... Jackson decided early on that he did not want Kong to behave like a human, and so he and his team studied hours of gorilla footage ... The resulting Kong is entirely a special effect, who acts and moves very much like a real gorilla ... Apart from Kong, Skull Island is inhabited by dinosaurs and other large fauna ...
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Of Englands Council and her Treasury,
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