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Hong Kong devoted to ecological protection for sustainable development(1/18)

2019-09-20 17:02:26 Xinhua Editor :Li Yan
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Aerial photo taken on June 7, 2019 shows the Stanley beach in Hong Kong, south China. Known as the "Pearl of the Orient", Hong Kong has a land area of more than 1,100 square kilometers. The metropolis boasts not only its well-known architectural landmarks but also beautiful natural landscapes. Various landforms offer habitats for animals and plants in the city. And Hong Kong has put efforts on ecological protection for years to achieve sustainable development. The Beijing International Horticultural Exhibition holds the "Hong Kong Day" event from Sept. 19 to 21. (Xinhua/Li Gang)

Stitched aerial photo taken on June 1, 2017 shows the Lion Rock and Kowloon Tong in Hong Kong, south China. Known as the "Pearl of the Orient", Hong Kong has a land area of more than 1,100 square kilometers. The metropolis boasts not only its well-known architectural landmarks but also beautiful natural landscapes. Various landforms offer habitats for animals and plants in the city. And Hong Kong has put efforts on ecological protection for years to achieve sustainable development. The Beijing International Horticultural Exhibition holds the "Hong Kong Day" event from Sept. 19 to 21. (Xinhua/Lui Siu Wai)

Stitched aerial photo taken on June 9, 2017 shows the Tai Lam Chung Reservoir in Hong Kong, south China. Known as the "Pearl of the Orient", Hong Kong has a land area of more than 1,100 square kilometers. The metropolis boasts not only its well-known architectural landmarks but also beautiful natural landscapes. Various landforms offer habitats for animals and plants in the city. And Hong Kong has put efforts on ecological protection for years to achieve sustainable development. The Beijing International Horticultural Exhibition holds the "Hong Kong Day" event from Sept. 19 to 21. (Xinhua/Lui Siu Wai)

Photo taken on May 17, 2017 shows the scenery in Lo Wu in Hong Kong, south China. Known as the "Pearl of the Orient", Hong Kong has a land area of more than 1,100 square kilometers. The metropolis boasts not only its well-known architectural landmarks but also beautiful natural landscapes. Various landforms offer habitats for animals and plants in the city. And Hong Kong has put efforts on ecological protection for years to achieve sustainable development. The Beijing International Horticultural Exhibition holds the "Hong Kong Day" event from Sept. 19 to 21. (Xinhua/Wang Shen)

Aerial photo taken on May 31, 2017 shows the Tsing Ma Bridge in Hong Kong, south China. Known as the "Pearl of the Orient", Hong Kong has a land area of more than 1,100 square kilometers. The metropolis boasts not only its well-known architectural landmarks but also beautiful natural landscapes. Various landforms offer habitats for animals and plants in the city. And Hong Kong has put efforts on ecological protection for years to achieve sustainable development. The Beijing International Horticultural Exhibition holds the "Hong Kong Day" event from Sept. 19 to 21. (Xinhua/Lui Siu Wai)

Aerial photo taken on July 1, 2016 shows the Sai Wan in Sai Kung of Hong Kong, south China. Known as the "Pearl of the Orient", Hong Kong has a land area of more than 1,100 square kilometers. The metropolis boasts not only its well-known architectural landmarks but also beautiful natural landscapes. Various landforms offer habitats for animals and plants in the city. And Hong Kong has put efforts on ecological protection for years to achieve sustainable development. The Beijing International Horticultural Exhibition holds the "Hong Kong Day" event from Sept. 19 to 21. (Photo by Pei Anding/Xinhua)

Aerial photo taken on June 14, 2017 shows the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition center in Wan Chai of Hong Kong, south China. Known as the "Pearl of the Orient", Hong Kong has a land area of more than 1,100 square kilometers. The metropolis boasts not only its well-known architectural landmarks but also beautiful natural landscapes. Various landforms offer habitats for animals and plants in the city. And Hong Kong has put efforts on ecological protection for years to achieve sustainable development. The Beijing International Horticultural Exhibition holds the "Hong Kong Day" event from Sept. 19 to 21. (Xinhua/Lui Siu Wai)

Aerial photo taken on Oct. 24, 2018 shows vehicles running on the Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macao Bridge in south China. Known as the "Pearl of the Orient", Hong Kong has a land area of more than 1,100 square kilometers. The metropolis boasts not only its well-known architectural landmarks but also beautiful natural landscapes. Various landforms offer habitats for animals and plants in the city. And Hong Kong has put efforts on ecological protection for years to achieve sustainable development. The Beijing International Horticultural Exhibition holds the "Hong Kong Day" event from Sept. 19 to 21. (Xinhua/Wu Xiaochu)

Stitched aerial photo taken on May 31, 2017 shows the scenery on the both sides of the Victoria Harbour in Hong Kong, south China. Known as the "Pearl of the Orient", Hong Kong has a land area of more than 1,100 square kilometers. The metropolis boasts not only its well-known architectural landmarks but also beautiful natural landscapes. Various landforms offer habitats for animals and plants in the city. And Hong Kong has put efforts on ecological protection for years to achieve sustainable development. The Beijing International Horticultural Exhibition holds the "Hong Kong Day" event from Sept. 19 to 21. (Xinhua/Lui Siu Wai)

People visit the Hong Kong Garden at Beijing International Horticultural Exhibition in Beijing, capital of China, Sept. 19, 2019. Known as the "Pearl of the Orient", Hong Kong has a land area of more than 1,100 square kilometers. The metropolis boasts not only its well-known architectural landmarks but also beautiful natural landscapes. Various landforms offer habitats for animals and plants in the city. And Hong Kong has put efforts on ecological protection for years to achieve sustainable development. The Beijing International Horticultural Exhibition holds the "Hong Kong Day" event from Sept. 19 to 21. (Xinhua/Ren Chao)

People visit the Hong Kong Garden at Beijing International Horticultural Exhibition in Beijing, capital of China, Sept. 19, 2019. Known as the "Pearl of the Orient", Hong Kong has a land area of more than 1,100 square kilometers. The metropolis boasts not only its well-known architectural landmarks but also beautiful natural landscapes. Various landforms offer habitats for animals and plants in the city. And Hong Kong has put efforts on ecological protection for years to achieve sustainable development. The Beijing International Horticultural Exhibition holds the "Hong Kong Day" event from Sept. 19 to 21. (Xinhua/Ren Chao)

Aerial photo taken on June 27, 2017 shows the Tin Shui Wai in Hong Kong, south China. Known as the "Pearl of the Orient", Hong Kong has a land area of more than 1,100 square kilometers. The metropolis boasts not only its well-known architectural landmarks but also beautiful natural landscapes. Various landforms offer habitats for animals and plants in the city. And Hong Kong has put efforts on ecological protection for years to achieve sustainable development. The Beijing International Horticultural Exhibition holds the "Hong Kong Day" event from Sept. 19 to 21. (Xinhua/Lui Siu Wai)

Photo taken on Jan. 8, 2017 shows scenery at the Shek O and islands in Hong Kong, south China. Known as the "Pearl of the Orient", Hong Kong has a land area of more than 1,100 square kilometers. The metropolis boasts not only its well-known architectural landmarks but also beautiful natural landscapes. Various landforms offer habitats for animals and plants in the city. And Hong Kong has put efforts on ecological protection for years to achieve sustainable development. The Beijing International Horticultural Exhibition holds the "Hong Kong Day" event from Sept. 19 to 21. (Xinhua/Li Peng)

Aerial photo taken on June 9, 2017 shows the Hong Kong Wetland Park in Hong Kong, south China. Known as the "Pearl of the Orient", Hong Kong has a land area of more than 1,100 square kilometers. The metropolis boasts not only its well-known architectural landmarks but also beautiful natural landscapes. Various landforms offer habitats for animals and plants in the city. And Hong Kong has put efforts on ecological protection for years to achieve sustainable development. The Beijing International Horticultural Exhibition holds the "Hong Kong Day" event from Sept. 19 to 21. (Xinhua/Lui Siu Wai)

Aerial photo taken on June 27, 2017 shows the scenery on the both sides of the Victoria Harbour in Hong Kong, south China. Known as the "Pearl of the Orient", Hong Kong has a land area of more than 1,100 square kilometers. The metropolis boasts not only its well-known architectural landmarks but also beautiful natural landscapes. Various landforms offer habitats for animals and plants in the city. And Hong Kong has put efforts on ecological protection for years to achieve sustainable development. The Beijing International Horticultural Exhibition holds the "Hong Kong Day" event from Sept. 19 to 21. (Xinhua/Lui Siu Wai)

Photo taken on Aug. 5, 2019 shows China's national flag and the flag of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (SAR) on the Golden Bauhinia Square in Hong Kong, south China. Known as the "Pearl of the Orient", Hong Kong has a land area of more than 1,100 square kilometers. The metropolis boasts not only its well-known architectural landmarks but also beautiful natural landscapes. Various landforms offer habitats for animals and plants in the city. And Hong Kong has put efforts on ecological protection for years to achieve sustainable development. The Beijing International Horticultural Exhibition holds the "Hong Kong Day" event from Sept. 19 to 21. (Xinhua/Wu Xiaochu)

Aerial photo taken on June 5, 2017 shows the Deep Water Bay in Hong Kong, south China. Known as the "Pearl of the Orient", Hong Kong has a land area of more than 1,100 square kilometers. The metropolis boasts not only its well-known architectural landmarks but also beautiful natural landscapes. Various landforms offer habitats for animals and plants in the city. And Hong Kong has put efforts on ecological protection for years to achieve sustainable development. The Beijing International Horticultural Exhibition holds the "Hong Kong Day" event from Sept. 19 to 21. (Xinhua/Lui Siu Wai)

Aerial photo taken on June 12, 2017 shows the night view of Mong Kok in Hong Kong, south China. Known as the "Pearl of the Orient", Hong Kong has a land area of more than 1,100 square kilometers. The metropolis boasts not only its well-known architectural landmarks but also beautiful natural landscapes. Various landforms offer habitats for animals and plants in the city. And Hong Kong has put efforts on ecological protection for years to achieve sustainable development. The Beijing International Horticultural Exhibition holds the "Hong Kong Day" event from Sept. 19 to 21. (Xinhua/Lui Siu Wai)

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