After Hong Kong government calls off talks with Hong Kong Federation of Students, Left Plastic (左膠), which is a group of Chinese spies in the form of anti-CCP left wing, suddenly moved a mahjong table and party equipment into the Mongkok occupation site and turned the area into a party zone. The sights of mahjong playing and partying were immediately featured on Oriental Daily/The Sun, two pro-Beijing sister newspapers. In the end, the Left Plastic was surrounded by other protesters and driven out of the site.
Left Plastic (左膠) means Chinese spies in the form of anti-CCP left wing. At first, “plastic” (膠) was an euphemism for the Cantonese obscenity “dick” (鳩). Over the course of time, it has become a suffix attached to political orientations to mean “fanatics”, e.g. 大中華膠 (pan-Chinese nationalistic plastic). Left Plastic is responsible for the dissolution of Anti-National Education protest in 2012 and Hong Kong Television protest in 2013.
Turning Mongkok Protest Site into Party Zone
Chow Nok Hang, a member of 左膠21 (Left Wing 21) who was filmed advocating discussions and votes of the removal of road blocks, moved party equipment to the Mongkok occupation area and called on people to have party there. .
Chow wrote on his Facebook that he had moved party equipment to the Mongkok occupation area and called on people to join his party
Chow Nok Hang (attaching the link to the Facebook Page: More Possibilities from the Occupation. The Opening of the Mong Kok New Public Estate): (The function will be held on) Oct 9th 2014, Thursday, Please wait to be seated at 7pm. It will start at 8pm.
We’ve mahjong, chess, table tennis, football, basketball, beer, UNO, popcorn machine, marshmallow machine, hotpots, a projector to film old-school Kung-Fu movies!
Come! Have fun! Have a drink! Have something to eat! Have something to share! Have something to play! Please bring furniture, toys and kitchen utensils useful to the party.
The Facebook page SOCREC uploaded a photo of Chow playing mahjong. Seeing such a scene, netizens/protesters warn each other that the Left Plastic attempts to ruin the occupy protest.
Chow further uploaded photos of him having fun in the area.
Chow: Playing 24 rounds of mahjong, that’s what I called a real long-term battle
Chow uploaded a photo of a marshmallow machine.
Chow: Marshmallow !
Party Scenes on Pro-Beijing Newspaper
The party scenes were immediately featured on Oriental Daily/The Sun, two pro-Beijing sister newspapers.
唐生大地震 (commented on the photos from Oriental Daily): Basically, those who played mahjong and had hotpots are from the same group!
拳四朗: Left Plastic will never do anything right! They either tell people to leave or remove road blocks! Messing things up and making things look silly are what they excelled at. You say they aren’t spies? Nobody believes it. Oriental Daily rushed to take photos? The whole thing is coordinated with the smearing campaign of the Umbrella Revolution.
No wonder the SAR government said it doesn’t need to communicate with the students. It’s because they are dissolving the protest! The transportation industry announced that they will mobilize people to clear road blocks on Wednesday. It turns out that the government has already planned.in advance.
Ma: I’m very worried…. >< Motherfucking Left Plastic. Their cunning speech and ingratiating manner ruin Hong Kong!!!
Hip Kee (a local blogger): While protesters were busy removing tables and stoves, Left Plastic had successfully delayed Occupy Mongkok protesters’ plan. Originally, as Carrie Lam refused to communicate with the students, tonight was the propitious time for Mongkok protesters to escalate the protest. Now, they are busy getting rid of spies and have lost the golden opportunity inadvertently.
Meanwhile, in Admiralty, the head of Left Plastic, Yip Po-lam, and “Three Shames” (the three major figures of Occupy Central with Love and Peace, OCLP) including Chan Kin-man can’t wait to rebuild the “convention” by seizing up the occupation areas and then allowing the Hong Kong Communist Government to eliminate them all!
Poster on the left: Be careful of the Chinese spy Chow Nok Hang, who dumbs the resistance movement down.