Hong Kong currently observes Hong Kong Time (HKT) all year. DST is no longer in use. Clocks do not change in Hong Kong, Hong Kong. The previous DST change in Hong Kong was on October 21, 1979.
Does China change their clocks?
Japan, India, and China are the only major industrialized countries that do not observe some form of daylight saving. China has had a single time zone since May 1, 1980, observing summer Daylight Saving Time from 1986 through 1991; they do not observe DST now.
Does Hong Kong use the 24 hour clock?
Hong Kong observes Hong Kong Time all year. There are no Daylight Saving Time clock changes.
What countries do the clocks change?
All European Union countries and many European non-members continue to make the switch twice a year. Outside of Europe and North America, changing the clocks is also practiced in Iran, most of Mexico, Argentina, Paraguay, Cuba, Haiti, the Levant, New Zealand and parts of Australia.
What date format does China use?
The date format follows the Chinese hierarchical system, which has traditionally been big-endian. Consequently, it correlates with ISO 8601 — year first, month next, and day last (e.g. 2006-01-29). A leading zero is optional in practice, but is mostly not used.
Is Hong Kong 12 hours ahead of New York?
Hong Kong is 12 hours ahead of New York.
What is the format mm-dd-yyyy?
Date/Time FormatsFormatDescriptionMM/DD/YYTwo-digit month, separator, two-digit day, separator, last two digits of year (example: 12/15/99)YYYY/MM/DDFour-digit year, separator, two-digit month, separator, two-digit day (example: 1999/12/15)46 more rows