A Politically Incorrect History of Hong Kong

A Politically Incorrect History of Hong Kong : Cartoon Stories and the Tale of a Bootleg T-Shirt

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Everything you know about Hong Kong history is wrong.

Did Britain take over the right place? What did mainland refugees curse when they got there? And where can I get one of those cool Handover t-shirts? Bet you thought you knew!

Discover the alternative truth in these action-packed, politically incorrect stories of:


A sweltering romance between a hot-headed damsel and a goofball sailor, while his shipmates peddle dope and colonize the wrong island.


He outsmarted Japanese invaders and communist rebels, but a potty-mouthed new immigrant meets his match on the old Star Ferry.


The true story of an accidental avatar of the end of an era. And why the artist didn't get rich from it.

Written and illustrated by award-winning cartoonist Larry Feign

Read it now, before it's too politically incorrect to do so!
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Product details

  • Paperback | 92 pages
  • 132 x 203 x 5.08mm | 124g
  • Hong Kong
  • English
  • 80 black and white illustrations; 80 black and white illustrations
  • 9627866253
  • 9789627866251
  • 452,596

About Larry Feign

Larry Feign has been disappointing his mother, who still thinks he'd make a fine brain surgeon, since the age of seven, when his writing and cartoons first appeared in his primary school magazine. Since then, his work has appeared in Time, The Economist, Fortune, and many other publications around the world. He has produced and directed animation for Disney and Cartoon Network, and has received numerous awards and fellowships. His mother still dreams that he'll become a doctor.
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