Beijing and other governments were attacked yesterday by a pro-Beijing legislator for ignoring atrocities against Indonesian Chinese. Choy So-yuk, of the Hong Kong Progressive Alliance, condemned what she described as 'disturbingly silent response from the world community'. 'Instead of the angry roars that should have been, the world seems to be extremely tolerant. 'Neither the United Nations, the US Government nor the Chinese Government has taken firm stance to ensure the Indonesian Government proctects human rights,' she said on RTHK's Letter to Hong Kong. Ms Choy, chairwoman of the Coalition for Concern of Human Rights in Indonesia, also complained that SAR officials had done little. She claimed that the coalition's applications to rent the Convention and Exhibition Centre and the old airport site for meetings had been unreasonably rejected. She said this showed that the public had failed to realise the severity of the problem. 'We must act together . . . to stop any similar atrocities,' she said.