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|1862 – 1868
||Hájí Mírzá Muhammad-‘Alí, a cousin of the Báb, lives in Shanghai during this period. This is the first record of a Bábí or Bahá'í living in China. [PH24]
- From 1870 he lived in Hong Kong dealing as a merchant and was joined by his brother, Hájí Mírzá Muhammad Husayn. [PH24]
|Shanghai; Hong Kong; China
||Haji Mirza Muhammad-‘Ali; cousin; Bab; Babi; Baha'i; Haji Mirza Muhammad Husayn
|1954 1 Oct
||Anthony and Mamie Seto arrive in Hong Kong.
||Anthony and Mamie Seto; Knights of Baha'u'llah
|1956 12 Feb
||The first four people to become Bahá’ís in Hong Kong, Nari Sherwani, Ng Ying Kay, Chan Lie Kun and Chan Lie Fun, enrol. [PH75]
||Nari Sherwani; Ng Ying Kay; Chan Lie Kun; Chan Lie Fun
||The first local spiritual assembly of Hong Kong is formed.
||The National Spiritual Assembly of Hong Kong is formed. [BW16:251]
- For picture see BW16:452.
|1976 27 – 30 Nov
||An International Teaching Conference is held in Hong Kong, attended by 506 Bahá’ís. [BW17:81; VV33]
- For the message of the Universal House of Justice see BW17:135–6.
- For pictures see BW17:110, 111, 121–2.
||International Teaching Conference; Conference
||One hundred and twenty people in Hong Kong and 280 in Macau become Bahá’ís as a result of teaching institutes. [BINS189:8]
- A later report states that more than 600 people in Macau have become Bahá’ís. [BINS194:3]
|Hong Kong; Macau
||A branch of the Bahá’í International Community’s Office of Public Information is established in Hong Kong in anticipation of the time when the Bahá’í Faith can be proclaimed on the mainland of China. [AWH61; VV54]
||BIC Office of Public Information
|1992 17 Sep
||The Bahá'í Professional Society of Hong Kong is inaugurated. [BINS292:8; BW92–3:129]
||The Baha'i Professional Society of Hong Kong