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  1. Leung and his allies should realise the true extent of Hongkongers' anger

    Posted Jul 06th 2012, 12:00am

    ... disapproval- by one estimate, 400,000 Hongkongers turned out for the annual protest march on July 1 and demanded that he resign. The people of Hong Kong have voiced their disapproval of Leung in a loud ...

  2. letters

    Posted Jan 03rd 2012, 12:00am

    ... protests to speed up the process. Meka Chu Don't point fingers at other people What first comes to mind when you think of Hongkongers' bad habits like cutting into queues, speaking loudly on mobiles or swearing? I think Hongkongers' worst habit is the way they are quick to criticise others for their behaviour. If they see something they think is unacceptable, they look down ...

  3. Hongkongers hold out the hope that their views do really matter

    Posted Jul 01st 2004, 12:00am by Chris Yeung

    ... and frustrating. Known for their resilience in times of adversity, many Hongkongers look ready to come out to reaffirm their hope and conviction that their voices will matter to Beijing and the Tung ...

  4. A lack of foresight

    Posted Jun 30th 2012, 12:00am

    ... the handover. Tsang's latest popularity rating is 38.5 points- 10 points below Tung's final rating and slightly above Tung's record low of 36.2 points after 500,000 Hongkongers took to the streets in 2003 demanding his resignation and that of two of his ministers. When he succeeded Tung in June 2005, Tsang had a record popularity rating of 72.3 points, because Hongkongers were ...

  5. What's being said on facebook.com/southchinamorningpost

    Posted Aug 01st 2012, 12:00am

    ... And govt house is Hongkongers' property not Leung's residence. Any major modification of that property should gain public approval first through Legco. ...

  6. Strained ties lie ahead if Leung elected, says Ho

    Posted Mar 22nd 2012, 12:00am

    ... China Morning Post. 'He can be unscrupulous and reckless and may be bold enough to do many things.' Ho said this was something Hongkongers did not want to see. He said a rift had ... Leung be elected, pan-democrats would try to bargain and negotiate with him on policies for the sake of Hongkongers. He said if Leung took office, it could be bad for governance in the short ...

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    Hong Kong must act now to create a comprehensive population policy

    Posted Aug 15th 2012, 12:00am

    ... is formulating a vision for our city's future. Come 2041, half of the anticipated 8.47 million Hongkongers will be over the age of 50. There are expected to be 645 economically inactive people ...

  8. Two-thirds say city worse off than in '97

    Posted Jul 01st 2012, 12:00am

    ... Peter So and Gary Cheung Almost two-thirds of Hongkongers and long-term residents think the city has become a worse place since the handover, a poll for the Sunday Morning Post shows. ... of Hongkongers said 'one country, two systems' had failed, up from 13.3 per cent in 2007. Those who said it had succeeded fell by almost half, from 62 per cent to 38 per cent. More people ...

  9. Painful polls

    Posted Jun 25th 2012, 12:00am

    ... - constitutional reform - and the negotiations between Hong Kong and Beijing. History will show whether Tsang will be remembered for brokering the deal that would allow Hongkongers to finally elect our ... But with Hongkongers' confidence in Beijing at its lowest level since 1997, will the central government also see that it needs to build up its appeal among the people of Hong Kong? Alice Wu is a political ...

  10. 'Beijing pulling the strings in Tang affair'

    Posted Feb 20th 2012, 12:00am

    ... and that Hongkongers' views are not being respected, according to City Forum speakers in Victoria Park yesterday. 'The main problem that Hong Kong faces today is that Hongkongers don't get to vote ... 'If it is a boxing match, Hongkongers are just spectators. We cannot choose the winner or decide who to send to fight on the stage.' A South China Morning Post poll released yesterday ...




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