Hong Kong and Mainland Chinese students are having poster wars on the “freedom wall” in Hong Kong Polytechnic University. In the first round, Hong Kong student posted anti Mainland mass immigration posters on the wall. The four Chinese characters are “liberate Hong Kong”. The right-most poster with old colonial Hong Kong flag says “Support Hong… Read More China – Hong Kong Poster War in Hong Kong Polytechnic University
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)
The above clip is from “When heaven burns” (天與地) and “this city is dying, you know?” in the “locust” ad comes from this drama. As you can see from the clip, the reason behind its ban in China is due to the political messages it sent. Dr Dylan (the green shirt man) is played by… Read More The TV Drama that Coined “This City is Dying, You know?” in Hong Kong “Locust” Ad
According to Oriental Daily, After MTR eating incident, which stirred China-Hong Kong verbal war, another similar case happened. While two Hong Kong women were taking peak tram to Central, they were unhappy that four Mainland tourists used luggage to occupy seats and later two side fought violently. During the mess, the pregnant woman claimed that… Read More Chinese Old Man Pushed Hong Kong Pregnant Woman onto the Ground
The organiser of the “locust” ad campaign said the gigantic insect is a grasshopper! And he is going to lose his job too.
The organiser of Hong Kong “Anti-locust” ad, which was published on yesterday Apple Daily and Sharp Daily, worries for personal safety and implied that it might be of political cause on HKGOLDEN forum. 林早逝二世 (the online name of the organiser): If I “disappear”, please advertise for me in newspaper. thx. I am going to buy… Read More The Organiser of Hong Kong “Anti-Locust” Newspaper Ad Worries for His Personal Safety