The Hong Kong government’s refusal to grant HKTV a free-to-air TV licence raises the question: is Hong Kong no longer the free market economy it used to be? Advertisements
Hong Kongers are furious over a school curriculum called Moral and National Education (德育及國民教育) (MNE). Why so angry for?
See if you’re eligible, and if you are, I have also provided the links to the registration forms. [This post was updated on 24 April 2012 (updates in blue)]
Once again, it’s another video taken from a bus in Hong Kong. Once again, this one epitomises shame. Shame on you boy! I am disgusted at the selfishness, ignorance and lack of common courtesy in this video. Introducing:「毒男~~~！（你老師點教你）」(Nerd~~~! How does your teacher teach you?). Take a look and see if you agree.
Yesterday was the 21st anniversary of the Tiananmen Square incident. A record 150,000 people gathered in Hong Kong’s Victoria Park last night for the annual candlelight vigil after a week of high drama caused by a statue.
Two four year old children from Hong Kong were among 600 overseas entrants to receive medal accolades from the 38th International Children’s Exhibition of Fine Arts Lidice
Why, Hong Kong, why? Why can’t you be like your other Asian neighbours like Taiwan, South Korea or Thailand, and stand up for your rights? Why is going shopping or eating more important than going to the ballot box and showing your support for universal suffrage?