The following is the before-and-after “re-modification” photo of Choi Wan Estate’s landmark – Choi Wan’s old tree and its monument. The changes show how Beijing destroys traditional Chinese culture of Hong Kong in the name of “decolonization”.
Ever since HKU law professor Benny Tai proposed “Occupy Central with Love and Peace“, the upcoming protest has been greatly despised by Hong Kong netizens because of its nonviolent and bourgeois natures.
Yesterday, an essay titled “Collapse of Chinese Coal Industry and Disaster of Radioactive Smog”, which is from http://www.chcj.net/thread-2158995-1-1.html, was widely shared in Hong Kong online communities.
Apple Daily reports,
Last night 9 pm, Leung Kwok-hung left his office after finishing work. Nobody was inside. At 10:45 pm, fire alarms of the Legislative Council building sounded. Fortunately, fire sprinklers worked. Firefighters arrived and contained the fire 15 minutes later, without using any fire hose. No one was hurt.
Liu Xiaobo’s portrait was burnt up
Leung rushed to the scene to deal with the aftermath. He said that a sofa and a portrait of Liu Xiaobo were destroyed in the fire….
According to a column on BBC Chinese on May 2nd 2013,
This Wednesday (May 1st), a Chinese female international student was investigated by the German government for being an infant formula purchasing agent, and she was expelled from the country. Not only did she waste her study but also paid the heavy price for breaking the local law.
Banner on the left: Hongkonger, Macau people, Taiwanese, Vietnamese, Thai, Singaporean, Korean, and Japanese are all Chinese!
Banner in the middle: Diaoyu Islands belong to us Chinese. The Islands also belong to you! Long live the Greater East Asia Co-Prosperity!!
Banner on the right: Next station is Tokyo, Japan. Station after next station is Washington, USA.
According to Green Scene, Former Public Housing Current Use Wong Chuk Hang Estate MTR’s Private Property North Point Estate Sun Hung Kai’s Private Housing & Hotel Valley Road Estate (Part of the Land) Sun Hung Kai’s Private Housing Ho Man … Continue reading Gentrification: Public Housing Become Luxury Apartments
On last Sunday, a staff of inmediahk.net took the above photo for his report on a protest in support of dock workers’ strike. The photo garnered a lot of attention. However, most of it focused on the bosomy protester.