Category Archives: Chief Executive
Blogger Lam Kay posted a picture of a flowerbed that spells “I love HK love CY” and criticised that Hong Kong is being North Koreanised.
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?
Hong Kong Netizens Rewrote Songs to Mourn the End of “One Country Two Systems”/The Daughter of CY Leung is the New Goddess for Geeks/Rumours of Youtube is Accessible in China
Hong Kong Netizens Rewrote Songs to Mourn the End of “One Country Two Systems”. (*There are many songs.I will post more later.) The first song is rewritten from Candy Lo’s “Please Breakup” 好心分手. 共產黨掌管 香港遭惡禍 Under the rule of the Communist Party, Hong Kong is in disaster. 六百八十票 振英登基啦 680 votes, CY is crowned. 狼心已浮現了 立例巡邏 The heart […]
Netizens are horrified as CY Leung is set to win the CE “Election”/3.23 Civil Referendum Hacked and Resutls
As CY Leung is set to win the CE “Election” with 700 votes, netizens are in great horror and pessimistic about the future of Hong Kong.
Henry Tang revealed in the Chief Executive’s debate last night that CY Leung wanted to implement Article 23 by force and was ready to crack down on protesters with riot police and tear gas in 2003. Today Headline Apple Daily Tang revealed the content of high-level government official’s meeting in 2003 Leung wanted to crack […]
Is Henry Tang in self-destroy mode? Source: Henry Tang’s Election Facebook Page
The headline of Today Apple Daily critcised Henry Tang’s love child scandal. Two Families. Not Suitable to be the Chief Executive Love Child was Born. (*puns with “Under the Lion Rock” in Cantonese) Lust, brings pleasure. Inescapably, it always brings worry. (*This sentence is rewritten from the first 2 lines of the Cantonese pop classic […]
As the rumour that Xi Jinping supports CY leung spreads, netizen repost his interview about industrialisation of Hong Kong health care in 2009, in which he said Hong Kong should let Mainlander come more easily in order to boost health care business and could import nurse from Guangdong to relieve nurse shortage. The interview caused public outrage in 2009. […]