Jackie Chan has stuck his foot in his mouth again. The action star believes Hong Kongers doth protest too much and the right to protest should be restricted. People in Hong Kong have plenty to protest about: there is freedom of speech, but no universal suffrage. Hong Kong’s leader CY Leung tried to force through ‘national education’ and also misled the public about illegal structures at his luxury home. Jackie Chan said Hong Kong had become ‘a city of protest’ and is now more like South Korea. He previously said freedom and liberty had made Taiwan was chaotic, and Chinese people needed to be controlled. Okay, Jackie Chan, we get it. You don’t like democracy….
Thousands of Hong Kong parents, teachers and students took to the streets to protest plans to introduce Chinese national education to schools on Sunday. China’s attempt to introduce so-called “patriotic education,” including a 34-page handbook titled The China Model, has enraged the people of Hong Kong, who believe the program is designed to “brainwash” the children of Hong Kong. The book describes the Communist Party as “progressive, selfless and united” and elides major catastrophes that happened during the Communist rule such as the Cultural Revolution and Tiananmen Square massacre. It also says that multiparty political systems are bad. The people of Hong Kong believe the government is forcing a pro-Communist Party outlook on the youth…
Two nights ago at a pub in Hong Kong a female Hong Kong Apple Daily journalist met two US servicemen from the USS Carl Vinson. The journalist managed to get a basic illustration that explains Bin Laden’s burial process. Comment below and let us know what you think!
A 26-year-old arsonist in Hong Kong was sentenced to 240 hours of community service last year, yet he did not take the lesson to heart. He committed arson six times again this year. The arsonist said fire warms his heart and makes him feel safe and secure. What do you think?
A woman was sentenced to 7 months for harassment, enticement to lewd behavior and obstruction of justice for offering sexual favors in return for a cheaper taxi fare.
One 28-year old man saw drastic changes on his body after taking his wife’s contraceptive pills and other hormone pills to solve his baldness issue. Did you know this would happen? Please leave a message below!
This Valentine’s Day, Hong Kong held its first ‘McWedding’, providing a more affordable alternative to couples. At only US$1,282 a pop, it includes invitations, rings and decorations. In addition to choice of Mickey D’s finest fare, the service also includes a wedding cake made of apple pies. But when obesity is on the rise worldwide, beginning one’s wedded life in the shadow of the Golden Arches may not be such a wise idea. McDonald’s has been offering wedding ceremonies around the world since 2002. More animated news in McDonald’s and obesity here: http://www.nma.tv/michelle-obama-fights-obesity-america/
Miss A’s boyfriend allegedy recorded video clips of her co-workers in the toilet with his spy cam. After Miss A went to police to report this incident, Police claimed unable to investigate or apprehend him because he didnt break any laws. What is your take on hidden cameras and current legislations on it? Comment below.