Yes, if the country is a member of an international copyright convention, treaty or organization to which Hong Kong also belongs.
Most countries in the world are members of these conventions, organisations or treaties.
By virtue of section 177 and section 178 of the Copyright Ordinance, the copyright of a foreigner is valid in Hong Kong if :
(i) the author of the work in question is an individual resident or having a right of abode anywhere in the world, or a body incorporated anywhere in the world;
(ii) the work is published anywhere in the world
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