Noble House: A Novel of Contemporary Hong Kong Setting & Symbolism

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Hong Kong

Hong Kong in the 1960s is the setting for the novel.

Struan Building

The Struan Building is a Hong Kong skyscraper that is the headquarters of the Noble House.

Kai Tak

Kai Tak is the airport in Hong Kong.

Aberdeen Harbor

Aberdeen Harbor is located on the south side of the island of Hong Kong.

Kowloon

Kowloon is an island near Hong Kong with frequent ferry rides.

Rothwell-Gornt Building

Rothwell-Gornt Building is the headquarters of Rothwell-Gornt, Struan's rival.

Happy Valley

Happy Valley is a part of Hong Kong.

Happy Valley Race Track

The Happy Valley Race Track is a social gathering place in Hong Kong. Ian Dunross, Richard Kwang and Qullian Gornt all own race horses.

Albert and Victoria Hotel

The Albert and Victoria Hotel is the best hotel in Hong Kong. It is where Casey and Linc are staying and the lobby and bar are...

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