Singaporeans outraged over PRC scholar’s ‘dog’ comment Follow-up PRC scholar Sun Xu seeks help from the Chinese Embassy in Singapore pleading for second chance to ‘repay’ Singapore Netizens put up local version of Hong Kong ‘locust ad’ to protest against NUS PRC scholar Sun Xu Anti-Locust Singaporean Version “Do you want Singapore to spend $36,000,000 yearly to… Read More Anti-Locust Singaporean Version
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
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
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.
A video titled with “蛻變中的蝗蟲在深圳灣入境大堂對入境長官及所有香港人的羞辱” (a metamorphosing locust insulted immigration officer and all Hongkonger at Shenzhen Bay customs) was uploaded today and it has already became the hottest topic on Youtube and forums. The info of the original uploader says that the woman, who is a new immigrant of Hong Kong, didn’t have permit but… Read More Chinese Immigrant who Went the Wrong Way Insulted Hong Kong Immigration Officer (Updated)
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