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This post was edited by LCSULLA at 2012-1-23 04:40|
In my opinion, it is inappropriate for anyone to start policing and upon failure to keep things under control,
feel rejected and probably do not know how to handle the situation and then turn nasty and frustrated.
Enjoy remaining in the bloody hole you are in.
Please don't even bother coming to any place where people don't give a damn about each other and what happens around them. If you don't want to be bothered for behaving antisocial, please just stay in China, where you may feel free to run red lights, to leave everything dirty behind you, heck, where not even anyone but a foreigner would interfere on a Son stabbing his own Mother, or take care about that Mother subsequently, and don't come anywhere else and complain about locals holding you accountable for your Behaviour, or even expect locals to accept and adapt to you and your bad, egoistic and indifferent behaviour.
Rather than the Self righteous self entitleing hypochratic Kong Qingdong, I prefer to quote China Daily Seniour Writer Huang Xiangyang, who actually has HK Experience, and a fair and reasonable Point:
Internet users from the mainland overwhelmingly pointed to Hong Kong residents' sense of superiority - something that was routinely felt by the less wealthy mainlanders when they visited Hong Kong before its return to the motherland in 1997 - only a very few took a neutral stand, noting that mainland tourists should learn to behave themselves while Hong Kong people should be more tolerant and not overact.
I would no doubt have reacted in the same way as most of my mainland compatriots if I had not lived in Hong Kong for five years. In fact, I was expecting to experience discrimination when I was first sent to the city in 2000 to work for the local bureau of our newspaper.
After all, I had experienced not so subtle discrimination in big cities such as Shanghai where I could not speak the local dialects. Given Hong Kong's history as a British colony for more than 150 years, what more could I expect?
Yet my fears never materialized. Instead, my five years living and working in Hong Kong are some of my most pleasant memories. Instead of enmity and discrimination, I was shown hospitality and care by the local people, who were always polite and ready to help.
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