According to Oriental Daily Broadcasting Authority stated on yesterday that they received 56 complaints for TVB’s Tuesday report, which was aired on this Tuesday (*Feb 28). All of them complain that the report gives inaccurate information and misleads the public. From 2009, Netizen started calling TVB as CCTVB, which is the combination of CCTV and… Read More TVB’s Tuesday Report on Double Negative Provokes Netizen
Weibo user yk_chan from Shenzhen snapped a picture of a Hongkonger who was said to be Mainlander-hating in a clinic in Hong Kong, and a Hong Kong netizen posted her Weibo back to Hong Kong. A Mainlander-Hating Hongkonger I want to express my feeling before I sleep. Today, I was in a Hong Kong clinic,… Read More “A Mainlander Hating Hongkonger”
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
The “new blood” speech, which was made by Lam Sui-Lung, the Chief Secretary for Administration of Hong Kong, in early January of 2012, sparked anger among Hong Kong netizen. The following are this “new blood” speech and reactions from Hong Kong netizens. Picture Credit: RTHK
According to Headline Daily Gate crashing Pregnant Women Abandon Sick Babies, Double Negative Children Occupy Hospital Bedrooms, Blood Bank is in Emergency In order to get Hong Kong birth certificates, double negative pregnant women (*both the women and her husbands are Mainlander) rush to emergency wards to give birth at the last minute risking their… Read More Mainland Chinese Mothers Abandon Sick Babies in Hong Kong and Blood Bank is in Emergency
Hong Kong Youth Against Racism is going to protest on this Saturday in Causeway Bay Times Square. The followings are some translated messages from the Facebook event page of Hong Kong Youth Against Racism, ” Fight together, Protect the rights of the grassroots, Anti racism!”.
Hong Kong entertainment magazine 新Monday (New Monday) released two anti-locust covers, one is red and another is green, for issue no. 502 on Feb 3rd 2012. I mentioned this magazine on my very first blog post almost a year ago since they are among the first to explain this term in traditional media. Watch out… Read More Netizen Criticise Hong Kong New Monday Magazine’s Anti Locust Cover