- Feb 2011
What other manisfestation of public opinion do the Hongkongers not have? Give a specific example. Are you claiming HK people aren't allowed to talk about it,, write about it, put up fliers about it, but they're allowed to protest about it?Larry said:The Hongkongers have been taking to the streets by the tens of thousands for months , because those street protests are the ONLY manifestation of a Hongkong public opinion that is even possible under the current system.
No kidding, it's not the only example. It shouldn't be acceptable in any culture:At Each Kilometer said:@HackneyedScribe i do understand why you posted #143. I suspect that the utter disrespect towards this old lady is quite repulsive to you (and to me to be honest). Most of the people here see a confrontation between a person and a group, but failed to comprehend the importance of the age of this lady in this conflict (cultural differences?). I am not interested about the current situation in Hong Kong all i see is an elder mistreated by youngsters and the little i know about China (mostly ancient and medieval history) this is simply unacceptable.