Monthly Archives: January 2012
The above picture is the poster of Hong Kong Mannings. Buy six 900-gram infant formula. (Please show Chinese passport). Exclusively give 100 dollars Mannings’ cash coupon. However, when Hongkonger show their HKSAR passport, they are denied the deal. Here’s the full recording of the speech between a female customer and two staffs of Mannnings.
http://rendezvous.blogs.nytimes.com/2012/01/31/one-country-two-systems-not-lately/ I am beyond angry after reading this. I am the translator and uploader of the video you see inside this report. Therefore, I wrote my response to it in my subtitle. Turn on subtitle after you get the view. Dailymotion’s subtitle function is not very good and if you can’t see any subtitle at […]
The following is the clip of teens singing anti-Mainlander songs in the public. A Mainlander from szhome.com claims that he/she has hired lawyer and requested Hong Kong Secretary of Justice to press charge on them.
I used keywords “region+dog” to search in Weibo and studied if these keywords mean the people of these regions. This survey is unscientific and I just want to let everybody to get a glimpse of how unpopular a region is. I got this idea because some netizen were unhappy with Weibo comments on Hong Kong […]
Left note: F***ing Hongkonger, without our Mainland China, could you be that prosperous? Right note: Anti us (Mainland China)? (I) wish you 7 Million citizens all die as soon as possible. Some people think it is an “inside-job” because 們 is a traditional character and its simplified form is 们. Some people think it is […]
According to AFP A bitter war of words between Hong Kongers and mainland Chinese heated up Thursday as southern city residents sought funds to insult their neighbours as “locusts” in a front-page newspaper ad.
“Do you support the speech of Kong Qingdong?” Support – 63% Don’t Support – 37%
This is a song created by a Hong Kong netizen sankalahaha to mourn the dead of One country two system.
“Famous” Weibo user 染香 Ranxiang, who claims she is an internet commentator, said on yesterday that she would bring Kong Qingdong to Hong Kong Central on Jan 24th to feel the kindness and enthusiasm of Hong Kong people. According to 東博書院‘s Weibo,
I just saw on Facebook that a Citi Bank advertisement in Causeway Bay, which is in simplified Chinese, was painted with “大69″, which means “Mainland dog”. “大6″ is homophone of “大陸” Mainland while “9″ is homophone of “狗” dog. I think the person wrote in numbers to save time.