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Post time 2012-2-2 12:58:57 |Display all floors
  1. Sha, who was formerly head of the Shanghai People’s Art Theater, is now an honorary vice-chairman of the China Drama and Literature Academy.
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What dramas?????

This guy is NO chinese though by blood and he looks more like the dead CKS_KMT; and believe that he has only been around HK and SH through his old age. Let's see if the current China's Vice President will need to keep a guy like him for cultural promotions in 2012 and beyond !!
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Post time 2012-2-2 13:21:28 |Display all floors
seneca Post time: 2012-2-2 09:01
Don't forget, guys, most pregnant Mainland women would love to trek to HK to deliver but are prevent ...

@senecca, be fair and proper without wearing blinkers, again!!   STOP calling your own kettles black!!!

Do you know how many honkies (called overseas of Hong Kong guys) have already obtained permanent residency papers ann citienships in Australia, NZ, UK, USA, Canada, SPore, Malaysia, etc.... especially in these Commonwealth Nations other than France , Germany & Spain; except not so in India because they regard the latter as "black cobras"?

Do you know how many of their children and grand children are already flooding these foreign nations for FREE monetary handouts, medicare schemes, pregnancy benefits, emergency hospitals, schoolings, pension schemes etc ... ... while they, themselves, quietly sneaked back into HK to triple dip?

HOW BLOODY "NICE  & COZY"OF THESE BUNCHES OF  ignorant & ungrateful IDIOTS?

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Post time 2012-2-2 19:13:18 |Display all floors
This post was edited by aa@edward at 2012-2-2 20:15
  1. Thank goodness there is Hong Kong, where demonstrations are a normal thing. Thank goodness there is Hong Kong, where marches don’t end in disaster. Thank goodness there is Hong Kong, where the Independent Commission Against Corruption (ICAC) roots out the dirt. Thank goodness there is Hong Kong, where the government isn’t in bed with business. Thank goodness there is Hong Kong, where refuge is provided for exiles [from the Tiananmen Protests]. Thank goodness there is Hong Kong, where June 4 is not forgotten. Thank goodness there is Hong Kong, where magazines are free. Thank goodness there is Hong Kong, where you don’t have to scale the [Internet] wall. Thank goodness there is Hong Kong, where the sense of human rights is strong. Thank goodness there is Hong Kong, where there are prospects for democracy. Thank goodness there is Taiwan and Hong Kong, when the mainland’s back bristles with thorns and no one dares step too far out of bounds!
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1.  HK's Democracy that allows protests with LOCUST when consummers spent heftily in HK? OMG !!
2.  British Jard.. & Co was pushing opiums from that tiny island to destroy the entire Chinese community;
     great ... OMG !!
3.  Young Chinese rebels wanting to rule China with foreigners, what's bloody stab-in the-back traitors;
    OMG!!  
4.  HK human rights and democracy gone on too strong that will forbid Chinese to spend and spend there;
     OMG!!
5.  Hundreds of Billions of USD have been invested in China by Taiwanese; thank goodness there is China;
     OMG !!
6.  Hundreds of billions in USD of HK companies' profits are derived from China, thank goodness there is
    China; OMG !!
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Post time 2012-2-2 22:15:35 |Display all floors
Typical Hong Kongese:

Good: We are Hong Kongese

Bad: We are Chinese

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Post time 2012-2-2 22:34:37 |Display all floors
This post was edited by liuyedao at 2012-2-2 22:38
seneca Post time: 2012-2-2 09:01
Don't forget, guys, most pregnant Mainland women would love to trek to HK to deliver but are prevent ...


It's a valid question of why you stay in China? when at the same time you hate Chinese.

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Post time 2012-2-2 22:35:43 |Display all floors
This post was edited by liuyedao at 2012-2-2 22:39
wowzers Post time: 2012-2-2 11:26
Wow!


Good description on how some outsider bugs flocked into a place.

But that's not Hongkong, should be Guangdong.

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Post time 2012-2-2 22:38:55 |Display all floors
wowzers Post time: 2012-2-2 11:26
Wow!

You should thank your god, wowzie.

Guangzhou welcomed you when you contribute less than mainland Chinese in Hongkong.

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