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Sunday, 21 February 2016

My comments re Hong Kong’s old school entertainers clash with younger generation over political views | South China Morning Post

Hong Kong’s old school entertainers clash with younger generation over political views | South China Morning Post:



If I was an alien from out of space, looking at how China run one of the biggest country of Earth in a disciplined & measured, orderly fashion of people's congress, compare to the sandals flying, punching & shouting parliaments of Taiwan and even United Kingdom, I would know what I prefer to watch just for the pure drama.



Youngsters & artists should help make hong kong better not only for hong kong people.



Hong Kong has been great is because NOT only of its free speech, but Rule of Law, hard working ethics of the TRUE indigenous Hong Kong like myself, who grew up at council estates that has ONLY public toilet & bathrooms (think of the scenes of Stephen Chow's fantastic comedic but culturally accurate caricature film "Kung Fu Hustle" but in council estate blocks).



I'm sadden to hear and observed that new generations of so called indigenous hong kong who do not focus on working hard or working out & proposing viable solution but adopting the militant ways that are likely to affect the rule of law and safety of all, which ultimately will start chain reactions that negatively affect Hong Kong's competitiveness from tourism to international trade and relations with China (who has many other problems to deal with).



We should not focus on solely buying flats or being rich as reported but focus on working hard, self improve and create better opportunities without using violence.



#MustWATCH classics by Sam Hui 許冠傑: 應該要自愛 https://youtu.be/DLp6eIEzq3Y 搵野做 + 学生哥+父母恩











It maybe time that stars of HongKongWood, to Bollywood and even Hollywood should help get people to think right and ask the right questions... I've been told by Prof Luigi Zingales' insights, the wider world (esp. popular culture and celebrities) could help by producing something useful, insightful, like the Margot Robbie's bubble bath scene that explains sub-prime:





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