Stories about Hong Kong (China) from March, 2007
Simon blogs the 4 government building models released yesterday. The government has invited the public to vote: So you can't vote for who sits in the place but you can vote on what they sit in.
ESWN put together various polls about Hong Kong people's evaluation of the two candidates and priority in concerned issues, and provided a detailed post-election analysis of Hong Kong politics.
Simon world has an update on the preservation plan of the Queen's Pier: a roadside Pier. Over the Rainbow explains the reason why Hong Kong architects insist to keep the Pier in Situ is because of the symbolism in its spatial relation with the city hall (zh).
Simon blogged about the media buzz about the result of the Chief executive election in Hong Kong – a result that has been known for 2 years.
Jacky blogs about the Google blogger sharing meeting. It is organized by google public relation company in Hong Kong, more like a product advertisement talk (zh).
Thanks Roland for translating the details of Local Action rally in March 18 from Inmediahk.net. Indeed, there were no mainstream news report about the police abuse and the rationality of the rally.
Hegelchong criticizes the mainstream media's insensitivity towards animal rights in the news concerning central government giving two Pandas to Hong Kong for 10 years anniversary of reunification of Hong Kong with China (zh).
Jacky writes about the weekend blogger gathering organized by sina. The topic is about media and blogging (zh).
ESWN has a sum up on media report and statistic of the Second Hong Kong Chief Executive Debate.
Simon comments on a recent survey that Hong Kong is becoming an ever-worse place for expats, slipping behind Singapore, Tokyo, Sydney and Sierra Leone as a place to live. What's the reason behind?
On March 2, 2007, Executive Yuan, Taiwan, decided to change the name of ‘Chiang Kai-Shek Memorial Hall‘ to ‘Taiwan Democracy Memorial Hall’ and to remove the enclosing walls to make the area around the memorial hall a more open public space. To keep the integrity of Chiang Kai-Shek Memorial Hall,...
Bigbrainwave writes down his telephone conversation with a newspapers reporter who requested him to comment on social and political issues so that she could quote from it (zh)! Bigbrainwave complains that if the commercial media want proper commentary, they should pay.
The Hong Kong Government has announced the consultation paper on “Copyright protection in the Digital Environment” in early January this year. Many has pointed out that the consultation is based on the interest of corporate copyright holders rather than individuals and consumers. Worse still, some suggestions within the consultation papers...
If you've been following the glorious progress being made in this year's rounds of the parliamentary-ish National People's Congress and the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference, where members of China's government and military from across the country meet in the highest halls of power, make proposals and decide the future...
Simon world talks about the absurdity in Hong Kong, such as banning clap during the Chief Executive election debate between two candidates.
A citizen report on migrant workers’ life in Hong Kong and their feelings for this society, translated from inmediahk.net to interlocals.net.
ESWN summarised local mainstream news reports and polls on the Hong Kong Chief Executive Election debate.
Chiunam said that he got an email from the organizer of @media 2007 that the conference in HK has been called-off (zh) due to lack of response. The web design conference is originally planned to have its first Asia meeting in May 31st and June 1st. The call off announcement...
Simon's world comments on Henry Tang's budget and raises the issue of migrant domestic workers’ wage for showing the euphemism of his lip service to the lower class.