The granting of TV license also has to consider China-Hong Kong relationship

Apple Daily: The wish of switching TV channels also has to consider China-Hong Kong relationship? In the near future, we have to consider the feeling of Beijing before we sneeze…

(In the picture) The Liaison Office appeals to Hongkongers to understand what to get and give up .
(Legislative Council member) Paul Tse said the granting of (free-to-air) TV license also had to consider China-Hong Kong relationship.

Netizens’ comments

tv4

朗: Why does China refuse to tolerate us watching TV? On the other hand, China wants us to tolerate Chinese defecating on the streets? (The picture says “shameless”.)

tv2

蔡: China only needs to use national security as an excuse. We will then lose choices on newspapers, magazines, televisions, internet… freedoms of speech, demonstration, travel… getting married, jobs etc

tv8

Lau: Oh damn, consider the feeling of China when watching TV. So, when eating, bathing and going out, do we have to consider the feeling of China as well! That’s sad. Hongkongers, you’re doomed

tv7

Chu: When we do everything, we have to consider China-Hong Kong relationship. Being Hongkongers are really miserable.

tv6

Anna: The feeling of Beijing?! Nobody told you to take back Hong Kong. Besides, have Beijing ever considered the feeling of Hongkongers!?

Paul Tse: from much-mocked in Hong Kong to the “godson of the Liaison Office”

Promoting himself as “the superman of law” and advertising his law firm’s “$999 HKD divorce package” in the late 90’s and 00’s. Paul Tse is a much-mocked public figure in Hong Kong.

The most notorious stunt he has ever done is posing nude for Next Magazine with his ex, Pamela Peck, who is 15 years his senior, in the late 90’s. Because of the controversial photoshoot, the Law Society of Hong Kong suspended his solicitor license for 12 months in 2008.


However, his luck turned around as he won the seat for Legislative Council’s tourism functional constituency. He later became “the godson of the Liaison Office”.

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