Yesterday, the governor of Guangdong province Zhu Xiaodan mentioned Hong Kong-China conflict bombastically in his press conference. However, inside the venue, a TVB reporter and a Mainland China correspondent from Hong Kong Commercial Daily quarrelled. It again sparks the talk of Hong Kong-China conflict.… Read More Conflict Erupted between Hong Kong and Mainland Chinese Reporters in the Press Conference of “Double Negative”
This is the headline of Hong Kong The Sun on Feb 12nd 2012. Private hospitals Only Care about Money. Local babies are treated like dirt. Double Negative (*both the woman and her husband are Mainlanders) Women Jumped Queue and Caused Hong Kong Mother’s Miscarriage A 30 year-old first time expectant mother, who reserved for pregnancy… Read More Mainland Chinese Pregnant Women Jumped Queue and Caused Hong Kong Mother’s Miscarriage
According to NTD Cantonese News, Legislative Council passed “Adaptation of Laws (Military References) Bill 2010” after its third reading. Many members from the pan-democratic side voted nay and criticised that the bill increases the privileges of Beijing and Hong Kong PLA, which include making the purchase of lands by Hong Kong PLA more convenient, expanding… Read More Legislative Council Memebers Criticise the Expansion of Hong Kong People’s Liberation Army’s Privileges
Left side is support and right side is oppose.The majority of Causeway Bay pedestrian opposed to the scheme that allows Mainland Chinese to self-drive tour in Hong Kong.
The organiser of Hong Kong Locust ad thanked everyone who donated to it by paying an ad on HKGOLDEN forum. “I don’t know how to say. I am graceful that I met (you)” Speaking out for the society. Thank brothers and sisters for supporting this. This is HKGOLDEN. There is power. The quoted lines come… Read More The Organiser of Hong Kong Locust Ad Thanked Everyone Who Involved with Another Ad
First, have a look of the article “Hong Kong and the Mainland: Dogs and Locusts“. It only has four paragraphs and the last part portraits the bitterness and jealousness of Hongkonger in the midst of the reversal of fortune. Here’s the screen capture of The Economist’s Weibo. The v sign means verified.
Kathy: Today, while I was taking MTR, I saw a Mainland Chinese family of three bullying a Hong Kong teenage girl. The compartment was so crowded. However, (they) could not stop shoving the girl. Then, the strong country (Mainland China) mother and father argued with her and they even called her “dog”. The Mainland Chinese… Read More More Fight between Hongkonger and Mainlander on Hong Kong MTR (Confirmed)