Hong Kong

Hong Kong was a city on Earth.

History[edit | edit source]

19th century[edit | edit source]

In the 1820s, the samurai Casper Knox met with the chief superintendent of trade in Hong Kong in negotiating a deal between the British and his lord Takagi Mamoru, who would send a cargo of modern weapons to Edo as a gift to the Emperor Tokugawa Ienari on behalf of the superintendent. (AUDIO: The Barbarians and the Samurai)

20th century[edit | edit source]

In December 1974, the Sixth Doctor and Peri Brown saved a monk named Hu Cheung from a Triad gang in the city. (PROSE: Exclave)

In 1979, Tegan Jovanka went on holiday to Hong Kong. (PROSE: Cold Fusion)

Brigadier Lethbridge-Stewart met the Eighth Doctor in Hong Kong in 1988 where they encountered the Embodiment of Gris. (PROSE: The Dying Days)

In December that year, Hong Kong was one of the stops made by the Neptune on its around-the-world journey. (PROSE: Dateline to Deadline)

Sarah Jane Smith assisted the Seventh Doctor in 1997 whilst investigating the Cortez Project in Hong Kong. (PROSE: Bullet Time)

21st century[edit | edit source]

In the 2020s, a missing British astronaut Adam Lang was found in Hong Kong by his husband Jake Willis, Graham O'Brien and Yasmin Khan. (TV: Praxeus)

In 2021, Iris Wildthyme and Panda visited Hong Kong. (PROSE: The Shape of Things)

In 2048, China was taken over by Hong Kong. (PROSE: St Anthony's Fire)

Parallel universes[edit | edit source]

In a parallel universe, a disgraced Brigadier Lethbridge-Stewart moved to Hong Kong. On 30 June 1997, the Handover descended into a massacre when the Ke Le Divisions went insane and fired on the crowds. (AUDIO: Sympathy for the Devil)

On E364449, Pik Lim was ejected from the Convent of Infinite Vacancy in Hong Kong. (PROSE: All the Fun of the Fear)

Other references[edit | edit source]

Some resurrected humans compared the City of the Saved to Hong Kong. (PROSE: Of the City of the Saved...)

Behind the scenes[edit | edit source]

  • Complete film telerecordings of all four episodes of The Tomb of the Cybermen were found in Hong Kong TV station RTV/ATV and returned to the BBC in late 1991.
  • The last Governor of Hong Kong was Chris Patten. In Sympathy for the Devil, it's Brian Hook: an old lecturer of Jonathan Clements, who "was annoyed that he didn't get to be the last governor".[1]

Footnotes[edit | edit source]

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