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  1. Communist Party should quit Hong Kong

    Posted Oct 14th 2008, 12:00am by Frank Ching

    ... of Social Democrats, again pressed Mr Tsang to disclose whether he was a member of the Communist Party, but they were ruled out of order and, of course, Mr Tsang again refused to answer. But he has made it clear that party membership will be irrelevant to his new duties. 'The Communist Party's platform and the duties of Legco president are two separate and unrelated ...

  2. Is time right for faithful to speak out?

    Posted Jul 03rd 2011, 12:00am

    ... Gary Cheung gary.cheung@scmp.com The precursor to the still secretive Hong Kong branch of the Chinese Communist Party, the Marxist Research Group, was set up by three young Hong Kong men ... in Hong Kong and abide by its laws. Lin Junwei, Zhang Rendao and Li Yibao set up the Marxist Research Group in 1920 shortly after they met Chen Duxiu, the co-founder of the Chinese Communist ...

  3. Liu Yandong- an ideal Chinese woman

    Posted Jun 04th 2004, 12:00am by Margaret Chu

    ... in Hong Kong. Chinese civilisation celebrates role models. Moral qualities, education, family upbringing, and personal and professional conduct are combined with a person's character to form ... are predisposed to particular attitudes. Yet Ms Liu's gentle demeanour and tasteful dress sense challenge our tainted views of a typical Communist Party member. She is the personification ...

  4. Behind the red badge of good intentions

    Posted Mar 20th 2012, 12:00am

    ... comrade could be a badge of honour. This is also the case in Hong Kong. It's hard to fathom why being a member of the Chinese Communist Party during colonial times should be taboo. The latest ... Alex Lo alex.lo@scmp.com Cronus is the Greek Titan who devoured his own children. He must be the patron saint for communist- and indeed most revolutionary- parties, which inevitably purge, ...

  5. Lawsuit adds a popular Link to the Chinese vocabulary

    Posted Jan 17th 2005, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... JESSIE HUI Public housing tenant Lo Siu-lan has helped make 'The Link' the most common new Chinese word last year, a survey has revealed. The company had its initial public offering postponed. The survey on most popular Chinese new words in the Great China region, conducted by City University's Language Information Sciences Research Centre, was based on more than ...

  6. A think-tank to fire up Chinese civilisation

    Posted May 05th 2004, 12:00am by Edith Terry

    ... of the Communist Party officials assigned to study Hong Kong, who sought to do so in an informal way? He or she might admire the fireworks, as I did, but they would find little in the way of intellectual sparkle. Isn't it about time we provided some? Hong Kong is in the midst of a cultural, social and political awakening that could set the Chinese world afire, in the most positive sense. Last ...

  7. Nationalist youth group under fire

    Posted Jul 18th 2012, 12:00am

    ... on a Communist Party website was a typographical errors. The National's Young Vanguard, which made headlines recently after one of its teacher members publicly scolded a student for opposing ... by authorities in Luohu, Shenzhen, which said the Young Vanguard was under the Communist Party. The webpage quoted an unnamed student's nationalistic remarks, including that the group could turn ...

  8. Out of the shadows

    Posted Sep 04th 2009, 12:00am by Stephen Vines

    ... because the Chinese Communist Party and its Hong Kong offshoot are, at least in theory, illicit organisations here. The question of the party's existence in Hong Kong has again been thrust ... In 1949, the colonial government banned all foreign political parties from operating in Hong Kong, and this ban remains on the books. The Communist Party, which played a distinguished role ...

  9. National education 'vital to fill gaps', paper says

    Posted Aug 07th 2012, 12:00am

    ... Emily Tsang emily.tsang@scmp.com The Communist Party's mouthpiece newspaper has waded in to the debate about national education, with a commentary arguing that the controversial curriculum would correct deficiencies in Hongkongers' knowledge of the nation. The commentary, which appeared in Chinese in the overseas edition of People's Daily, said surveys had shown ...

  10. Wukan polls to be hailed not feared

    Posted Mar 08th 2012, 12:00am

    ... that the manner in which residents of the Guangdong village chose their leaders is being hailed as a model for others in the nation to follow. Despite the success, though, doubts persist among Communist ... the ability to exercise their legitimate right to manage their own affairs. That right is enshrined in national and provincial laws, but the Communist Party's desire to keep tight control has ...




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