CHEUNG MAN-KWONG: 'Today, I bid farewell to the legislature. I will miss the heated debate in the Legislative Council chamber.' MARGARET NG NGOI-YEE: 'This is an occasion to bid farewell, not to settle scores, and as the Chinese saying goes: men of honour do not yell at each other when they part company.' ANTHONY CHEUNG BING-LEUNG: 'We should not deliberately sing the songs of the 1950s and 1960s to show our allegiance. We should not deliberately hoist a national flag to show our love for the country.' FRED LI WAH-MING: 'Provisional legislature members, don't be too happy. I will sit in the public gallery with watchful eyes.' CHIM PUI-CHUNG: 'We will absolutely adhere to human rights, freedom and democracy. But we firmly believe that human rights, freedom and democracy can't be tools to challenge Hong Kong and its future sovereign - the Chinese Government.' LEUNG YIU-CHUNG: 'We have tried not to turn the territory into a 'foul' jar. But regretably, the results are far from our expectations. We can see that there are still 'foul' grasses. ANDREW WONG WANG-FAT: 'I am happy to see that Hong Kong's legislature is getting mature. This is especially so when we saw last night that a tie was turned into a landslide victory in three minutes. It is not necessary to have consensus politics.' MARTIN LEE CHU-MING: 'We shall miss you, Mr Speaker, because you will soon be succeeded by Madam Talker.' IP KWOK-HIM: 'The most difficult time is now behind us. In future, we will overcome any difficulties.' EMILY LAU WAI-HING: 'How can we just bid farewell to the British? It is the time to settle the old debts. What have they done to put our minds at ease?' FREDERICK FUNG KIN-KEE: 'I spent more than 2,000 days in this council, for small changes to policies. I have a strong feeling of helplessness. After all, we are just a political vase. People said the ADPL are fence-sitters and our position swings from one end to the other. But it is the era of swinging from one end to the other.' SZETO WAH: 'My life is a story about a Chinese with Hong Kong characteristics. The Chinese Communist Party has thousands of words to tell. They need only to turn one into action.' ELIZABETH WONG CHIEN CHI-LIEN: 'We say goodbye to British rule. We shall see the end and the beginning. I will remember you all. I will spend the rest of my days as Mao Zedong said, serving the people.' ERIC LI KA-CHEUNG: 'China, Britain and Hong Kong can join hands in the future to create a triple-win situation. It will bring about an enormous prize that is much bigger than the Triple Trio.' CHRISTINE LOH KUNG-WAI: 'I will embrace the future and try to face the change and think of myself as a citizen of the PRC.' TSANG KIN-SHING 'One day my son told me he refused to be the monitor of his class because he was not elected but appointed by his teacher. Since my son knows appointment is not a rolling back of democracy, how can I, as his father, accept the appointment of the provisional legislature?' SIN CHUNG-KAI: 'We are always doubtful about the qualification of Law Cheung-kwok's doctorate and whether Liu Sing-lee works for himself or society.' JOHN TSE WING-LING: 'I have a dream - one day the US is granted MFN by China. The Hang Seng Index rises to 180,000.'