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British colonial influences that still exist in Hong Kong 25 years after the handover

From Hong Kong milk tea to “ding ding” trams, British influences still exist in the former colony and contribute to the city’s unique identity. Hong Kong was a British colony for more than 150 years, before it returned to Chinese sovereignty in 1997. Here are five British hangovers that remain in Hong Kong.