Monthly Archives: May 2012
Yesterday, a photo of Macau McDonald’s replacing its traditional Chinese sign with a simplified Chinese one was widely shared on Facebook and drew criticism from both Macau and Hong Kong netizens.
The following Malaysian article about how Mainland Chinese immigrants split Singapore into two was hotly discussed on Hong Kong cyberspace last week.
The filibuster that was attempted to delay the passages of Legislative Council (Amendment) Bill 2011, also known as Replacement Mechanism, and Copyright (Amendment) Bill 2011 was stopped by the President of Legco Tsang Yok-sing around 5am this morning. The stoppage of the filibuster violates the rules of procedure of the Legislative Council.
From 2012-5-15 Apple Daily, Drunk Driving, Ferrari Ran Red Light, Collided with a Taxi, Killed Three. Mainland Chinese Tycoon Killed People (*The tycoon died as well), Stirs Up Anti-Chinese Sentiment. In the video, there are some comments from Singaporean. online_singaporean3: These Mainland Chinese pigs drove while being drunk , not only killing themselves, even killed […]
A British citizen was harassed by a Chinese diplomat in the UK after asking Tong Blair’s view on increasing tension between China and Hong Kong
A British citizen was scolded by a diplomat from the Chinese Embassy in London after asking Tony Blair’s view on increasing tension between Hong Kong and China in a talk in the UK.
Last night, Facebook user Kamy Yeung uploaded a poster “Dinner with Foreigners” by a dating agency and immediately sparked controversy among netizens.
CY Leung ignores rules and is determined to employ non-Hong Kong resident and member of the Communist Youth Party, Chen Ran, as Hong Kong government official. He even explains that recruitment should be based on talent instead of political background. How not to look at one’s political background?