Stories about Hong Kong (China) from April, 2008
Hong Kong: Shit, the Holy Torch is Coming to Town!
Mo bu yen from inmediahk.net wrote a citizen report about the government's preparation for the coming of Olympic torch – Shit, the Holy torch is coming to town [zh].
Hong Kong and China: 5 Posters On Beijing Olympics
5 protest posters have been circulated via e-mails and twitter among friends. 1. Olympic workers; 2. Olympic silencing; 3. Olympics and June 4; 4. Olympic GFW; 5. Olympic erection.
Hong Kong: Net Respect Project
Charles Mok the Hong Kong Chapter of Net Respect for promoting user’s code of ethics.
Hong Kong: Shame
Danish artist Jens Galschiot has been denied for entering Hong Kong as he is planning to attend a peaceful demonstration during the Olympic Torch relay. Galschiot has made a sculpture called “pillar of shame” after the June 4 incident. Kursk criticized that the HK government added one more shame to...
Mysterious death of a Filipino worker in Hong Kong
A death in Hong Kong is a blog set up by concerned Filipinos who are demanding a proper investigation to the mysterious death of a Filipina domestic helper in Hong Kong
Hong Kong: Tibet Journal Article
David Webb posted an article that have been rejected by the Journal of Law Society in Hong Kong. The article discusses about the history of Tibet and the issue of self-determination.
Hong Kong and China: Sweatshop and Olympics
A sweatshop report against a Hong Kong company was interpreted as an Olympics conspiracy. More from interlocals.net.
Hong Kong: the Unspeakable Olympic Torch
Apart from the Tibet issue, Alex also found the Olympic Torch journey unspeakable [zh]. The Olympic cannot be politicized but everything about it is political.
Hong Kong: Pre-Olympic Sport
Diumanpark described the seizing of Olympic torch by protesters as Pre-Olympic sport[zh].
Hong Kong: Guarding Olympic torch
Fongyun commented on the Chinese security staffs in guarding the Olympic torch away from protesters. The blogger pointed out that Australian media were correct after all [zh], China did send out military police for guarding Olympic torch.
Hong Kong: Boycotting Olympics FAQ
Kursk continued to explain why he urged for boycotting Olympics [zh].
Hong Kong: Olympic and Justice
Diumanpark agreed that Olympic shouldn't be politicized, however, it is related to people's aspiration for justice [zh].
Hong Kong: Boycotting Beijing Olympic
Kursk writes in his blog that he will boycott Beijing Olympic to protest against the arrest of Hu Jia [zh].
Hong Kong: Security Guarded City
A famous artist, Pang Jun, was driven away by security guards when he was sketching on the street in downtown Central. Duimanpark criticized the property management guideline that forces the security guard to act unreasonably [zh].
Hong Kong: Remembering Leslie Cheung and Danny Chan
Hegelchong posted two youtube videos for remembering two great pop song singers, Leslie Cheung and Danny Chan, in Hong Kong [zh].