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· October, 2007

Stories about Hong Kong (China) from October, 2007

Hong Kong: City of Sorrow

Yesterday the Secretary for Labour and Welfare Matthew Cheung Kin-chung visited Tin Shui Wai, a new town with the highest frequency of family tragedy. Erynnyes criticized Cheung did not give...

China and Hong Kong: External Power's Video on Olympic

Moluiology links to a youtube cartoon on China and Olympic. The blogger said (zh): it is pretty clear that the video reflects foreigners’ impression on China. Of course it is...

China and Hong Kong: Netizens Criticize Arrogant CCTV Reporter

A CCTV reporter, Zhou Tao, had the company van scratched in a minor car accident in the Hong Kong airport. He called the police and the investigation took 4 hours....

China and Japan: Clash over Diaoyu / Senkaku Islands

James from Japan Probe posts a video on a Chinese vessel attempted to reach Diaoyu / Senkaku Islands.

China and Hong Kong: Translation Politics

Many bloggers in Hong Kong pointed out that the criticism against Martin Lee's article in Wall street is a result of translation. An example given by erynnyes from Those were...

China: Chinese Nominees for the BoBs

This year the Best of Blogs voting has started in Oct 22, 2007. You can cast your vote online for the best weblogs, videoblogs and podcasts. According to Deutsche Welle,...

Hong Kong: China's Olympic Opportunity

Legislative Councilor Martin Lee was accused of inviting interference from U.S to China. ESWN brings together Martin Lee's article from the Wall Street Journal, member of Executive Council Tsang Yok-sing's...

Hong Kong: University Master Plan

The Chinese University Student Union has launhed a signature campaign against the university's undemocratic practice in Master Plan process (zh). The students demanded the university to include representatives of stake...

Hong Kong: More about ‘External Manipulation’ in Hong Kong

ESWN has translated and put together reports and blog posts on the “external manipulation” in Hong Kong. Instead of asking whether there is effective manipulation, he looked into the question...

Hong Kong: Want My Privacy Back

Big sister explained how and why she canceled her facebook account: I want my privacy back!

Hong Kong: Foreign Intervention

Legislator and the founding member of Democratic Alliance for the Betterment and Progress of Hong Kong, Tsang Yok-sing, comments on the China President Hu Jintao's report on the 17 party...

China: Reporting 17 Party Congress

Rose Liu compared reporters’ concern on the 17th Party Congress (zh): western media's concern is more substantial than Hong Kong, Taiwan and Macau's media. The former pay attention to economic...

Hong Kong: Feng Shui Masters Rap

Kevin Li posts two music videos of rap about feng shui and two feng shui masters, Mak Ling Ling and So Man Fung (zh). Feng shui is a discipline with...

China and Hong Kong: Democracy is not Anarchy

Imagethief comments on the recent talk made by the Hong Kong Chief Executive Donald Tsang on cultural revolution and democracy.

Hong Kong: Indecent Article

Roland has provided more background and translated my article (zh) on the recent development of the classification of indecency of a feature article from inmediahk.net which protested against the judgment...

Hong Kong: Comment on the Policy Address

Fai Mao has a very elaborated commentary on the Hong Kong SAR Chief Executive's policy address.

China: Listing in Stock Market

Two more I.T companies are going to be listed in the Hong Kong stock market: Kingsoft and Alibaba – Keso thinks that this is good news for China e-business(zh).

Hong Kong: Policy Address

Erynnyes from Those were the days comments that the policy address of HK Chief Executive Donald Tsang was “old wine in a old bottom” (zh). The so-called 10 great infrastructures...

Hong Kong: Say No To Oriental Daily News

The Oriental Daily News decided to sue an Internet discussion board Uwant for slandering. Syaoran urged netizens to protest against the bullying of individual by big company (zh). He posted...

Hong Kong: We Are Ready For 2012

Rebuild Hong Kong has appropriated the Beijing Olympic 2008 theme song for 2012 universal suffrage movement in Hong Kong. The music video is up at Youtube.

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