本文所得出之研究發現如下： 一、香港人的文化認同，在「專制的中國政權」與「血緣相通的中國人」之間，形成一種極度矛盾的態度。 二、香港人對他者的排斥，隨著香港社會的政治經濟環境變化而變化；特別是在政治經濟出現危機的時刻，會產生強烈的排他性。 三、中共利用文化民族主義，提倡港人繼承中華文化傳統、認同中國文化，其效果由民意調查中顯示出回歸後香港市民的「中國人」認同意識逐漸增長。然而香港與內地間的社會風氣、政治環境、價值觀念和思維模式等仍存在差異，未來能否真正跨越中港文化方面的落差，仍需持續觀察。 The anxiety from the lack of cultural corpus for the people in Hong Kong has notably led to much social impact at the level of political and economic, such anxiety has even been exacerbated since the handover in 97 from British Government. Like its’ predecessor, the Government of the special administrative region holds no long-term policy towards cultural aspects, as instilling or establishment of cultural identity has long been deliberately ignored due to colonial policy.
For understanding the orientation and forming of cultural recognition in Hong Kong and how it has been evolving, the study commenced research by analyzing the interaction from both historical development and theory of Constitutionalism in term of culture. It would also important to verify the cultural distinctions between the periods of British colonial rule and Post-colonial age, both cultural features had attributed to those aspects on political, economic and social surfaces. The movement of colloquialization in Hong Kong launched with the background of British colonial rule (1841-1997), whereas the handover of 97 led Hong Kong to an new Post-colonial age (1997-2005), Peking government has been instilling and adopting Chinese Nationalism to the people of Hong Kong in the hope to enhance and embedded Nationalism and Patriotism towards the motherland.
The change in the features of cultural recognition of Hong Kong people can be observed from conflict over values between colonial rule and post-colonial ; 1. The recognition of cultural identity of Hong Kong people has in contradictory of “Totalitarian China” and “blood related Chinese”. 2. Hong Kong people tended to reject every critical changes of economic and political climate. The people of Hong Kong have increasingly to identify themselves as “Chinese People”, however conflict over values, mentality and cultures still occur in many ways between Hong Kong and Inner China, therefore it would be interesting to ask whether the Evolving Recognition of Cultural Identity in Hong Kong to be developed under the expectation of Peking Government, or the long existing cultural distinction shall led Hong Kong to develop character other than “Chinese Nationalism”?