HK not shiok us


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diver-hloc

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Not shiok not shiok lor... our life and govt isn't there to ensure everyone is shiok... :think:
 

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They not shiok with:

Japan: Anti-Japan Protests Spread to Hong Kong
French cartoons and anti-Islam film: Hong Kong Muslims protest anti-Islam film, cartoons
Chinese-influenced education: Hong Kong abandons mandatory classes seen as pro-Beijing - CNN.com

And a lot of other things. :bsmilie:
Lucky you're not in Hong Kong photo forum.

They sure will not be shiok with your comments. :bsmilie:
 

Bukitimah

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It is all about cultural difference. HK is more into 'human right' while we are more into obedient and law by law.

No right or wrong but moderation. Everyday strike or protest also die.
 

cks2k2

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LOLz. I thought they referred to the mainlanders as "locusts"?
Now standing up for them?
 

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When the Philippines police dragged their feet and basically refused to defuse the hostage situation (hmm....were the politicians/generals/commanders hoping for a HK tycoon to offer them a $100 million reward before they were willing to do anything?); the commanders went for lunch in a hotel far away from the hostage crisis; when Aquino refused to receive Donald Tsang's phone call; when the hostages were massacred, when the Philippines police swat team fumbled like idiots on live TV - that justified a protest by Hong Kongers.

Not this small time bus driver incident in SMRT.
 

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UncleFai

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It is all about cultural difference. HK is more into 'human right' while we are more into obedient and law by law.
They see us as a unprincipled, backboneless bunch of neutered sheeps.
 

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LOLz. I thought they referred to the mainlanders as "locusts"?
Now standing up for them?
Because to them we are worse than animals (even insects), more of a unicellular organism with no ability to develop even simple reasoning and thought processes.

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"....Because to them we are worse than animals and even insects, more of a unicellular organism with no ability to develop complex reasoning and thought processes...." oh gee ........... the superior race has spoken ..... they (and you) win liao lor

ha ha ha Professor Kong Qing-Dong (孔慶東) from Beijing might have been right after all ...... about colonial pets left behind in '97 by the British

Hint: We should clean our own home ourselves ..... NEVER invite outsiders into OUR home to help us with housecleaning
 

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"....Because to them we are worse than animals and even insects, more of a unicellular organism with no ability to develop complex reasoning and thought processes...." oh gee ........... the superior race has spoken ..... they (and you) win liao lor

ha ha ha Professor Kong Qing-Dong (孔慶東) from Beijing might have been right after all ...... about colonial pets left behind in '97 by the British
In certain shopping areas e.g. Canton Road where high end shops concentrate PRCs are more welcomed than the local Hong Kong because of their buying power.

I think we'll see closer and closer integration of Hong Kong with Mainland Canton with the new administration no matter how much the local don't like it.
 

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Yutaka Go

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When the Philippines police dragged their feet and basically refused to defuse the hostage situation (hmm....were the politicians/generals/commanders hoping for a HK tycoon to offer them a $100 million reward before they were willing to do anything?); the commanders went for lunch in a hotel far away from the hostage crisis; when Aquino refused to receive Donald Tsang's phone call; when the hostages were massacred, when the Philippines police swat team fumbled like idiots on live TV - that justified a protest by Hong Kongers.

Not this small time bus driver incident in SMRT.
They just want to wayang a bit to score some political points for their next re-election :bsmilie:

If any dumb ass believe they care about them, they are really stupid dumb ass :bsmilie:
 

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Hint: We should clean our own home ourselves ..... NEVER invite outsiders into OUR home to help us with housecleaning
Yes, which is why the highest echelon in our society has the Gurkha warriors from Nepal for self-protection, to do "housecleaning" against its own citizens when the necessary time calls for it.

No other nation has such a policy in place.
 

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They just want to wayang a bit to score some political points for their next re-election :bsmilie:
Looks like their political situation is getting a bit out of hand now left alone 5 long years later when re-election comes. :)

But from what I've heard in a limited way Hong Kong people have a high regard for Singapore's success and leadership.
 

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Yes, which is why the highest echelon in our society has the Gurkha warriors from Nepal for self-protection, to do "housecleaning" against its own citizens when the necessary time calls for it.

No other nation has such a policy in place.
Hong Kong also got Gurkha soldiers.

But now they are better.

They got People Liberation Army. :)
 

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