I WAS disgusted with the bad taste that was shown by some 'Christian singers' last Friday night (South China Morning Post, December 16) in Tsim Sha Tsui. The singers were singing songs about Jesus and God, with microphones and were clapping and jumping around in the rain, much to the amusement of the passersby such as the friend I was with.
I really have no problem with these people expressing their religious views, but I think that they could have chosen a more tasteful place than the Nathan Road entrance to Kowloon Park, which happens to be right next to the Kowloon Mosque.
This site that they chose I feel was really in very bad taste. Many of the older Muslims looked very annoyed with the antics of the singers and most of the people who were sheltering from the rain in the exit to the MTR were laughing at them.
Even though I am not a Muslim I still think that the Muslims of Hong Kong have every right to be very angry with the singers.
I hope that some of those singers are reading this letter and feel ashamed with themselves and will apologise to the Muslim community of Hong Kong.
JOHN KENNETT New Territories