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Foreign devil is a now humorous term in Hong Kong for a foreigner.
Foreign Devil or Foreign Devils may refer to:
- Foreign Devil (novel) novel by Christine Harris 1999
- "Foreign Devils", short story by W. Somerset Maugham in Asia magazine, February 1922
- Foreign Devils, poetry by D.J. Enright 1972
- Foreign Devils, novel by Irvin Faust 1973
- Foreign Devils (Doctor Who novella) by Andrew Cartmel 2003
- Foreign Devils, book on Hollywood by Gábor Gergely 2012
- Foreign Devils, novel by John Hornor Jacobs 2015
- One Foreign Devil, by Lawrence Earl 1962
- A Foreign Devil in China, the story of Dr. L. Nelson Bell, an American surgeon in China by John Pollock (author) 1971
- Foreign Devil: Thirty years of reporting from the Far East, by Richard Hughes 1972
- Foreign Devils in the Flowery Kingdom, by Carl Crow 1940
- Foreign Devils on the Silk Road , book on the search for the lost cities and treasures of Chinese Central Asia by Peter Hopkirk 1980
Film and TV
- Foreign Devils (1927 film) 1927 film
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