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Aberdeen was an initial point of contact between British sailors and local fishermen. The name translates as "fragrant harbour" or "incense harbour". The incense was stored near Aberdeen Harbour for export before Victoria Harbour developed. Hongkong was common until , when the government officially adopted the two-word name. History of Hong Kong and History of China The region is first known to have been occupied by humans during the Neolithic period, about 6, years ago. Settlers from nearby provinces migrated to Kowloon throughout the Ming dynasty. Although the traders were expelled after military clashes in the s,  Portuguese-Chinese trade relations were reestablished by
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Emergence Of Modern China The success of the Qing dynasty in maintaining the old order proved a liability when the empire was confronted with growing challenges from seafaring Western powers. The centuries of peace and self-satisfaction dating back to Ming times had encouraged little change in the attitudes of the ruling elite. The imperial Neo-Confucian scholars accepted as axiomatic the cultural superiority of Chinese civilization and the position of the empire at the hub of their perceived world. To question this assumption, to suggest innovation, or to promote the adoption of foreign ideas was viewed as tantamount to heresy.