Category Archives: Social Problems
Wan Kwong (尹光) recently released a song titled “Your Boss” (你老闆) singing out the pessimistic future of the city, and the song has garnered 400.000 views on Youtube.
Extraordinarily harsh hawker control policy extinguishes Hong Kong unique lifestyle.
A few netizens connected the plastic disaster with the government’s reclamation plan. Coincidentally, places where containers carrying sacks of Sinopec plastics were salvaged are close to the four biggest reclamation sites. (*I am waiting for more updates to complete this post.)
Earlier this year, International Herald Tribune implied that Hongkongers could only blame themselves for allowing smuggling. On Jun 28th, New Zealand’s 3 News reported that there is still a milk powder shortage. The report featured a mother who experiences great difficulty in buying Karicare Gold 2.
Recently, the Facebook page of Hong Kong Cable TV’s “樓盤傳真 Property Outlook” posted two pictures of a room from Cheung Kong’s Crown by the Sea in which a bay window occupies half of the room.
“63,000 vs 400,000″ is a piece of article on the political atmosphere of Hong Kong.
“Queen of children’s song “, singer Purple Lee, showed off her 1,800 sq. ft. home in Tiu Keng Leng.
Yesterday night, on the Facebook page of Hong Kong Society of Herpetology Foundation, a notice from a property management concerning a nuisance by croaking frogs provoked condemnation among netizens.
Recently, netizens noticed that carts of Yakult were smuggled into Mainland China. However, they did not know the reason why Yakult becames a highly sought-after product.