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HILTON CHEONG-LEEN

In May and June of 1950, I made a train journey with my wife from Hong Kong to Beijing. We stayed for a month at her parents' hutong home, which had a big old tree in the courtyard about seven metres away from the main entrance.

The people of Hong Kong now look forward to the prospect of electing the chief executive by universal suffrage in 2017. We believe the method for selection should be in accordance with the Basic Law and the relevant decisions of the Standing Committee of the National People's Congress.

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