Chan Kok-ki, 48, says 'Long Hair' Leung Kwok-hung's behaviour is way over the line; Trip from Wang Tau Hom to Wan Chai, then to Causeway Bay. Fare: $183.60. I think Long Hair is too radical. I never really liked him, although I know he's a bright person. Frankly, whatever you do, there are always rules. So you have to follow them. But now he only does things in his own way. How can he argue reasonably when he doesn't follow the rules in the first place? When he announced he was running in the Legco election, I prayed to myself that he wouldn't be elected. But then I knew he was going to win because New Territories East is such a big district. I'm not saying he won't be able to help the people but he always goes too far in a lot of things he does. I have always been a supporter of the Democratic Alliance for Betterment of Hong Kong and the Federation of Trade Unions, because I was a union member. In the past, I would definitely have voted for the DAB and FTU but now I consider who would be able to help the public and has done so. I thought about voting for Tso Wung-wai [of the Hong Kong Progressive Alliance] because I think he is the smartest one. But he lacks experience in the community. I still voted for the DAB in the end. I also like Selina Chow Liang Shuk-yee and Rita Fan Hsu Lai-tai. Mrs Fan was in my taxi once, about 10 years ago, and I think she is capable and smart. I've heard about the Hunghom Peninsula incident. I think there is nothing we can do because the government really has sold the estate to the developers. There is no reason for the developers not to want to earn money. Have you ever seen a tiger that doesn't eat meat? The government took the first wrong step [by not selling the flats in the estate to individual buyers and instead selling them to the developers] which led to what happened now. So there is really nothing we can do [if the developers demolish the flats to build luxury housing]. I think right now we have to think about how to make good use of all the building material left after the demolition. Maybe use it in other public housing estates? Think of it another way. Demolishing it has an advantage because the developers will hire a lot of people in the process, as well as when the estate is rebuilt. I think it's better to ban all parallel-import goods. These people selling parallel goods in the [Lowu] East Rail station are ruthless. The passage was originally for residents. Now they were using it for their transactions and have made things so inconvenient for the residents. How about charging them the fare to Lowu, just like the MTRC charges delivery people a minimum charge of $10? I think some politicians disagree for the sake of disagreeing on a lot of issues, especially on the West Kowloon project. We shouldn't be hostile to the developers, because after all, without bosses, how could the employees survive? If the developers didn't make money, why would they invest in Hong Kong? It's the same case for taxis. People are always saying taxis are expensive but will they still take taxis? Are taxis a must for the society? Everyone would say yes. I think the cultural complex of the West Kowloon project will be quite pretty but I wonder if we need that much space for cultural activities.