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  1. News - Hong Kong - PUBLIC EYE

    Tear this fence down, Mr Leung! We're not terrorists

    Posted Jul 23rd 2014, 03:35am by Michael Chugani

    ... HK$100,000 up front, yet refuses to show them what they are actually buying. It is yet another example of how much our greed-driven property developers can get away with. Cheung Kong says ...

  2. News - Hong Kong - PUBLIC EYE

    Democracy hopes hang by a thread. Who will blink first?

    Posted Jul 02nd 2014, 03:16am by Michael Chugani

    ... Will it be Hong Kong people or the central government? Can anyone honestly see Beijing suddenly saying public nomination is now possible after having repeatedly insisted it violates the Basic Law? Can ... money from your tax dollars. Public Eye is no fan of property tycoons, but in the case of the new towns, villagers are not being uprooted so tycoons can profit by building luxury homes. Most ...

  3. News - Hong Kong - PUBLIC EYE

    There should be more to life than stereotypes

    Posted Jun 18th 2014, 02:32am by Michael Chugani

    ... their silence mean they consider it brainwashing to learn about China and the Basic Law but not brainwashing when children are taught to be racists?   When the only way to rule is to get nothing done ...

  4. News - Hong Kong - PUBLIC EYE

    Clowns belong in a circus, not a democracy

    Posted May 21st 2014, 03:24am by Michael Chugani

    ... to the law What parents tell their children is none of our business. If parents tell their children to go out and break the law, it is still none of our business. But if the children break the law, they must face the full force of the law. Parents need to understand that. What teachers teach the children is our business as a community. It is also the business of parents. If teachers teach ...

  5. News - Hong Kong - PUBLIC EYE

    UBS report on Occupy impact is a load of bull

    Posted Apr 09th 2014, 05:12am by Michael Chugani

    ... angry overreaction to Basic Law Committee member Rao Geping's gibberish that Hong Kong adopt the mainland's national security laws temporarily. Any fool would know even Beijing would ...

  6. News - Hong Kong - PUBLIC EYE

    Paris shows us a clear road to a cleaner future

    Posted Mar 19th 2014, 04:37am by Michael Chugani

    ... tussle Who rules the city: the law, the policies or the chief executive? That was the widely quoted sound bite from Ricky Wong Wai-kay in October when the government rejected his television licence bid. The usual bunch of pan-democrats homed in to warn darkly of the law giving way to rule by man under Chief Executive Leung Chun-ying. Now let's tweak that quote. Who rules ...

  7. News - Hong Kong - PUBLIC EYE

    Poverty commission rich in irony

    Posted Nov 14th 2012, 12:00am by Michael Chugani

    ... in a government mansion, rides in a chauffeured car and owns overseas properties. How can she understand subdivided slum flats, caged homes, poor elderly people who live on handouts, and families ... more can she do to help the 1.15 million poor? The 22-member commission has four bureaucrats, and even a property tycoon. Ask yourself why tycoons are allowed to control everything from ...

  8. News - Hong Kong - PUBLIC EYE

    Slip of tongue or not, Beijing will set the tone on reform

    Posted Mar 26th 2014, 03:55am by Michael Chugani

    ... Michael Chugani Slip of tongue or not, Beijing will set the tone on reform Does it matter whether it was a Freudian slip, a slip of the tongue, or if Chief Secretary Carrie Lam Cheng Yuet-ngor really meant it when she said Basic Law experts had given the final word on political reforms? The truth is, however much we yell and shout, the central government will have the final say ...

  9. News - Hong Kong - PUBLIC EYE

    Spare us the amateur psychology, please

    Posted Feb 26th 2014, 04:06am by Michael Chugani

    ... for anti-racism laws to safeguard their rights and dignity. Tales abounded of cabbies refusing to pick up ethnic minorities, landlords refusing to rent to them and employers refusing to hire them. But the government turned a blind eye, insisting racism did not exist in Hong Kong. It was not until some years ago that policymakers finally relented with a virtually toothless anti-racism law ...

  10. News - Hong Kong - PUBLIC EYE

    Mr Justice Zervos: you're called to the bar

    Posted Mar 12th 2014, 04:07am by Michael Chugani

    ... the area. If he finds the racket unbearable we'll gladly provide earplugs. And if you complain about noise, there's a catch-22 Hong Kong's noise laws are a joke. They haven't ...




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