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Hongkongers are Forced to Loath Chinese

Passion Times

13th April, 2014

Hongkongers are Forced to Loath Chinese

香港人是被迫討厭中國人的

I was one of those who believe that “we must tolerate (others’ difference)” when it comes to Chinese’ sub-standard behaviours. 1,549 more words

Hong Kong

RTHK’s Last Foreign Journalist Retires

Apple Daily

13th April, 2014

RTHK’s Last Foreign Journalist Retires

港台最後外籍記者退休

Francis Moriarty, the last foreign journalist of RTHK’s news department, retired end of March. Some described his retirement as the end of an era. 645 more words

Hong Kong

Express Rail Link Speeds Up Construction - Buries Song & Ming Relics in Tsoi Yuen Tsuen

In Media

3rd April, 2014

Express Rail Link Speeds Up Construction – Buries Song & Ming Relics in Tsoi Yuen Tsuen

高鐵趕通車 菜園村地底宋明清遺址疑被埋

Expected to begin service in two years, the construction of Express Rail Link (high speed train) is in full speed. 793 more words

Hong Kong

Ten Years After CEPA - Let's Evaluate What HK Has Gained...

Facebook Political Analysis Page 正政唯識

8th April, 2014

Ten Years After CEPA

In light of the weeks-long CEFA protest in Taiwan, a Facebook page focuses on HK affairs put together a summary of CEPA – with an aim to warn Taiwanese that they must not allow China to use economic power to “take over” Taiwan: 844 more words

Hong Kong

Simplified Chinese Characters

Apple Daily

3rd April, 2014

Simplified Chinese Characters

龜兒子的簡體

In many public places in Hong Kong, from the airport to international hotels, signs are written in Simplified Chinese. 623 more words

Hong Kong

Farewell Candle Light Vigil in Victoria Park – Stop Pan-Democrats from Passing Fake-Universal Suffrage

Passion Times

8th April, 2014

Farewell Candle Light Vigil in Victoria Park – Stop Pan-Democrats from Passing Fake-Universal Suffrage

暫別維園,另點燭光──沒收光環,制止泛民通過假普選

If the so-called pan-democrats pass the non-democratic universal suffrage, in 2017 there will be multiple China puppets for Hongkongers to vote as the new Chief Executive – a China puppet that is endorsed by the votes casted by a million of Hongkongers. 1,637 more words

HK General Politics