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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

    ... 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

    Mr Justice Zervos: you're called to the bar

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

    ... of residential and commercial buildings. Some bars occupy the ground floors of residential buildings. How they got liquor licences, we don't know. We extend an open invitation to Zervos to visit ... been updated in decades. Bars with outside speakers blare out music well into the middle of the night in areas like Wyndham Street and Hollywood Road, where there are residential buildings. ...

  4. News - Hong Kong - PUBLIC EYE

    Torture scars are invisible on dark skin

    Posted Jan 29th 2014, 04:04am by Michael Chugani

    ... had tamed the property market. What planet is he living on? Ask ordinary Hongkongers if they can afford to buy a home, Mr Cheung. Ask renters if landlords are still raising rents. The only ...

  5. News - Hong Kong - PUBLIC EYE

    Travel alert system permeated by politics

    Posted Dec 04th 2013, 04:30am by Michael Chugani

    ... makes baby milk powder unavailable for local parents. Or we can have a populist leader who meddles in the market to cool property prices, increases aid for the needy and imposes a two-tin limit ...

  6. News - Hong Kong - PUBLIC EYE

    Property rush was such a sickening display of greed

    Posted Oct 31st 2012, 12:00am by Michael Chugani

    ... Michael Chugani Pure greed, that's what we saw last Friday. Property tycoons and speculators fed on one another's greed. It was sickening to watch. At 6pm the government announced more measures to cool a property market driven to insanity by the combined greed of tycoons and mainland and local speculators. In minutes, estate agents were warning buyers they had six ...

  7. News - Hong Kong - PUBLIC EYE

    Name and shame the racist officials

    Posted Sep 25th 2013, 12:00am by Michael Chugani

    ... the board to name a single civilised society that would allow a hotel smack in the middle of a quiet residential area. The board insists its decision will preserve the heritage of the house. Oh, ...

  8. News - Hong Kong - PUBLIC EYE

    Listen to public views on mainland immigration

    Posted Sep 18th 2013, 12:00am by Michael Chugani

    ... and the local resentment this has sparked.   Tycoon all talk on housing for young Do it already, for goodness sake. Spare us all this talk. How long has it been since property tycoon Lee Shau-kee ...

  9. News - Hong Kong - PUBLIC EYE

    CY is right - ICAC is being used as a political tool

    Posted Aug 21st 2013, 12:00am by Michael Chugani

    ... used insider information as an Executive Council member to profit from property sales. He denied this, and available facts at the time backed him up. But politicians used the phoney claims ... really that short? Mere months ago, politicians left, right and centre were accusing the government of doing nothing while property prices soared beyond affordable levels. The Leung ...

  10. News - Hong Kong - PUBLIC EYE

    Leung must be squeaky clean, not sneaky

    Posted Nov 28th 2012, 12:00am by Michael Chugani

    ... on residential property. Surely it is obscene greed when property developers rush to put parking spaces on the market to fan this lunacy. Why not just turn Hong Kong into one big casino? Then we can gamble on not just property and parking spaces but every-thing else as well. We're already doing it for taxi licences. How about columbarium niches? Gamble on the dead. Public Eye is sure ...




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