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Tongue-Tied in Hong Kong - By Gina Anne Tam August 3, 2016

In 2012, C. Y. Leung was sworn into office as chief executive of Hong Kong after a controversial campaign. Because of Hong Kong’s unique “one country, two systems” arrangement with mainland China, he was elected to the territory’s highest office not by the direct vote of the citizens of Hong Kong but by an election committee of 1,200 members, widely viewed as a political cabal with economic and political ties to Beijing. 389 more words

Point Of Interest

Hong Kong Leader Leung Chun-ying accused of breach of aviation safety rules by protesters -- "Privilege is not more important than aviation safety"


© AFP | Protesters hold pictures of the city’s chief executive Leung Chun-ying during a protest organised by the Hong Kong Cabin Crew Federation at the city’s airport on April 17, 2016… 834 more words


Small fish / high density

Just when one thought that Hong Kong’s Chief Executive could not ridicule and alienate himself any further he proposes that we all should go for a swim and some fishing during lunch hours. 387 more words