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Project Chanology

The Dictator

The Dictator

I'm about to go on holiday and really want one of those pretty bags in geometric prints that I

Saturday, 1 September, 2012, 12:21am

Poison pens

Anonymous letters, it seems, play a large role in Hong Kong. Whenever anyone suffers a grievance, real or imagined, the first thing he or she seems to do is to sit down and write an anonymous letter, accusing someone - a superior, a government department or a private company - of all kinds of imaginable evils.

11 Nov 2003 - 12:00am


By scaremongering the public about reduced safety because you cannot cope with what tens of thousands of other professionals have just experienced, you are proving you should never have taken a seat in the cockpit in the first place.

Concerned passenger You cannot put a price tag on safety . . . as a pilot and passenger I want to arrive alive.

1 Jun 1999 - 12:00am


YOUR anonymous Kowloon correspondent asked why his car had been ticketed while parked in Braga Circuit cul-de-sac ('Plea for lenient parking rules', South China Morning Post, February 7).

While this resident may think he is not causing an obstruction, his neighbours obviously think otherwise; police have received complaints and obviously had to act on them.

13 Feb 1995 - 12:00am

Cars ticketed

YOUR anonymous correspondent ('Curb illegal parking', South China Morning Post, October 7) asks what police are doing to combat the situation in Shek O on weekends.

26 Oct 1994 - 12:00am