Backup: http://dai.ly/x8nAbC This video is Peking University professor Kong Qingdong‘s commentary on “Verbal Wars on Train Hongkonger vs Mainlander” through Mainland China internet TV station TV.V1.
According to the Facebook group that organises this photo-taking protest, Third Wave of Anti D&G Action Needs to be Continued. The Announcement of D&G Lacks Formality. Citizen Refuse to Accept the Apology.
According to Oriental Daily, A Mainland “fierce father” stirred chaos in Sha Tin Prince of Wales Hospital. A Mainland woman, who “rushed the gate” in ER (since public hospitals limit the number of Mainland pregnant patients to reserve beds for local woman, many Mainland pregnant women now just gave birth in ER. This overloads the… Read More News on Mainlander and Hong Kong Public Health System
Photos of Jan 15 2020 Hong Kong Dolce & Gabbana Protest He also took a picture of his kill-“locust”-water 殺蝗水 (since pesticide is called kill-bugs-water 殺蟲水) in his home.
On May 9th 2011 Asian edition of Financial Times, “Backlash against Hong Kong baby boom” (The title on the newspaper is “Angry HK backlash against baby boom.” ) mistakenly translated 蝗蟲 locust as “grasshoppers”, A Facebook group calling itself “strongly against mainland mothers delivering children in Hong Kong” refers to such expectant women as “grasshoppers”.… Read More A Mistake on Financial Times “Backlash aginst Hong Kong baby boom”
In these two months, the usage of 蝗蟲 “Locust” spreads to most mainstream Hong Kong media and even to Mainland China. Nanfang Daily: Why does the song that refers Mainlander to locust become popular in Hong Kong? (This is the song I posted in the article “蝗蟲“) Source and more info (in writtten Mandarin) There’s… Read More Update on 蝗蟲 “Locust” in Hong Kong Cantonese
蝗蟲 Pronunciation: wong4 cung4 Original meaning: Locust New definitions: 1. Mainland Chinese who take advantage of Hong Kong healthcare and welfare systems 2. Mainland Chinese who purchase large amount of baby formula in Hong Kong and other places 3. Uncivilised Mainland Chinese Etymology: Due to tainted baby milk scandals in China, many Mainland Chinese purchase… Read More 蝗蟲 Hong Kong “Locust”