Let’s Geography!

This month's topic is Hong Kong.

 

 

Let's Geography!

Topic: Hong Kong

Hi everyone! We are back!!! Due to the pandemic we'll be online for the foreseeable future. Our virtual host is Steve Trezise. No password needed, just click the online link and you're in.

How many countries can you identify on a blank map? How many countries can you name even if you don't know right where they are? If you feel you need to brush up on some geography, come learn with us. If you already know everything, come show off. We promise to be impressed!

Hong Kong isn't actually a country, but China is too big to do all at once anyway so we'll just take small bites of it from time to time. Now is a good time to learn about Hong Kong, what with it being in the news so much of late.

One evening a month we will meet to discuss a country somewhere in the world, locate it on a map, and share everything we have been able to find out about it. There’s so much to learn: people, rivers, cities, language, mountains, food, customs, music, exports, politics, weather, philosophy. We’ll all teach and learn together, and then we’ll choose a country for next time.

Look stuff up before you log on, anything at all about this month's location that interests you, so you can share what you have learned with the rest of us.

Sadly, our Let's Eat Geography Meetup will have to wait until we get out of this mess. Let's all stay safe so we can survive it and then we'll eat all the geography we missed.

Hosted by Teresa Cokl the third Thursday of each month.

Please go to our website to learn all about HSGP: http://hsgp.org

When
October 15th, 2020 7:00 PM   through   9:00 PM
Location
ONLINE
Zoom Link: https://zoom.us/j/535462070?pwd=UGJBOXRYcTF2SXJMb01RNTdvM2Y2QT09
Mesa, AZ 85211
United States
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