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Post time 2012-2-1 20:32:20 |Display all floors
satsu_jin Post time: 2012-2-1 19:10
Interesting article which omits one important point. Many, if not most, Hongkong Chinese hold a Chin ...

they do not like it

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Post time 2012-2-2 14:10:57 |Display all floors
saw this ads on the microblogging network

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Post time 2012-2-2 14:29:02 |Display all floors
Hongkongers are losing their edge, they got to accustomed to it. Without the mainland, Hongkong has no future.

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Post time 2012-2-2 15:22:13 |Display all floors
All the problems have to be solved by the government?

One has to ask: why the mainlanders want to give baby born in HK ?

LISTEN  TO  YOUR  HEART

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Post time 2012-2-2 20:31:47 |Display all floors
This post was edited by aa@edward at 2012-2-2 20:37
seneca Post time: 2012-2-1 22:37
You are seriously misinformed about HK's laws and you should not pass your ignorance on to this fo ...

You hit the right button this time by a small margin on the "right" note.

Yes, why do hongkies need to protest with insults against their own kind if HK government allows them to cross into it and also allows them to spend away their fortunes while mainland governments are pleased to groom HK's economy, if DEMOCRACY and HUMAN RIGHTS are that good in HK?  

If HK can't take on the load after being permitted to do so, then they have to manage their own welfare efficiently; else they need to get their bottoms off the chairs and move on gracefully. Can't blame the mainlander Chinese at all !!

HK might as well close HK Disneyland too when mainlanders choose not to maintain a bond of brotherhood and sisterhood; Shanghai Disneyland will come on line soon!

HK will no longer able to cite as Yuan trading or exchange hub in this world on behalf of China; Shanghai will replace it.

"The local economy could see a downturn in the first quarter should exports plunge during the first three months, Hong Kong Financial Secretary John Tsang warned on Wednesday."

You are wrong, John, because you should allow local Hong.. to a taste of bad time again if 2007 and 1987 are not good enough as reminders. Then, they will respect consumers or customers flooding your or their gates. If these aren't foolish people who hate and protest against Chinese customers, then let them swallow their own roast geese and roast ducks. Keep the milk powders for their grand kids and let their women sleep on their own hospitals' beds for as long as they wish while their men can cross into mainland towns to toy with young and pretty ladies plus walking doggies hand in hand with silky ones too!

See, in merely one Xmas London Shopping Spree, London reported this month that Chinese visitors spent just over GBP 158 million English Pounds in one go! OMG ... that's must be too good and envious!!
What's on your mind...

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Post time 2012-2-3 14:47:25 |Display all floors
The problem wouldn't have come to this point if Chinese travelers showed civility and manners while abroad.  Being rich with the ability to spend lavishly  doesn't necessarily buy respect and goodwill.

HK'ers should also look in the mirror.  It wasn't too long ago when they were just as pushy, rude, loud and flaunted their status symbols.

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Post time 2012-2-3 20:48:28 |Display all floors
can understand their worry...(as i have no plans for HK nor giving birth to a baby errrhhh )

their gov passed the law from the very beginning, so this is not illegal, but also not well restricted...
being competitive and taking possession of resources from whatever way and getting most out of it is almost a born ability of human and since there are more chinese and they are closer to hk boarder, and the boarder is not closed and the law even permits, there are more resource seizers compared to hongkongness, its natural.

for me this is more like culture difference

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