Hong Kong's Victoria Harbor is situated between Hong Kong island and Kowloon, the segment of the land mass that is known as China. Hong Kong itself is a region attached to China, existing autonomously until China swallows her up again in another 30 years. Hong Kong, itself, is a lot like Hawai'i. There is an island named "Hong Kong", but the entire region is known as Hong Kong, which includes 3 large islands, many smaller ones, and a chunk of mainland China. 8 Million people reside here, and it's a financial powerhouse along with one of the first successful "International City", acquiring it's own cultural identity and pride, often clashing with China's own interests.