10 DANGEROUS MYTHS ABOUT THE HONG KONG PROTESTS

Source: HK students online   Myth 1: Business has ground to a halt. “I don’t think organizing something that shuts down business is positive for Hong Kong,” lamented John Slosar, multi-millionaire chairman of Swire. Not true. More than 1,255,896 registered companies operate in Hong Kong. Only a handful have closed down. More new ones have…

Hong Kong must have the universal rights to vote and to stand for election.

Petition by Visual Artists Guild   https://www.change.org/p/president-of-the-united-states-hong-kong-must-have-the-universal-rights-to-vote-and-to-stand-for-election   Dear President Obama, As you embark on your trip to Beijing for the APEC economic conference, do follow the recommendations by the US Congressional-Executive Commission on China that “Hong Kong issues should be raised in meetings in Beijing with central government officials.” The argument by China that…

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Frankly speaking, I think this book(The Orphans of Shao) is qualified to be considered as a candidate for the Nobel Prize. The book is bold and candid exposure of the despicable corruption, unlawfulness, cold-bloodedness, cruelty to the underprivileged people, the insatiable greed for money, especially in the remote small cities and villages. The book tells…