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Frank Wingate

Frank Wingate lived in Hong Kong from 1978 to 2000, witnessing the vast economic and social changes that engulfed China and metamorphosed the territory, as well as the final return to Chinese sovereignty. Arriving as a teacher, he became a freelance journalist and public relations executive in turn, before founding his own business. He now lives in Kingston, UK.

Frank Wingate
Author's Books
Goodbye to the Horse Village

This is mainly a memoir, describing the author’s early years growing up in the 1950s in the unspectacular, but pretty, North Hertfordshire village of St Ippolyts, which was named after the patron saint for horses – Saint Hippolytus. Describing his family background and daily life in a ...

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Poxy Chicken: Sweet and Sour Memories of Hong Kong's Last Colonial Years

This book tells the story of expatriate life in the final years of the UK's last Asian colony, and the meeting of cultures, West with East. For Frank Wingate, who was an expatriate in Hong Kong for more than twenty years, an adventure planned to last two years turned into a lengthy love affair. Both...

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