On Chief Executive Leung Chun-ying saying Hong Kong does not need British (or any other foreign) support on political reform: Marcus H. Langston - Couldn't agree more. We don't need any foreign interference, including China's. N K Low - The UK is simply no longer that relevant and that is a fact. I studied in London and worked with British institutions, and I know the history, Britain's influence and its decline far better than some of the idiotic anglophiles here. Patrick Shu Wing Lee - Many so-called Chinese patriots and their spouses plus their children are holding foreign passports. Sing Mo Mak - We don't want foreign intervention and we don't need British support either on our political reform which can backfire in the process of overhauling local elections and lead to a crisis. It is wise that we don't want other countries to interfere in our national affairs. We want these countries to keep out of HK affairs too or else it is no different to Qing dynasty times when the eight powers allied forces interfered in the dynasty's political affairs. On the claim by a biologist that time is running out for Hong Kong's pink dolphins: Sandy London - Most likely as a result of pollution (polluted seawater) Hong Kong's pink dolphins ( Sousa chinensis ) are dying off. Many dolphins die after accidentally being caught in fishing nets or in collisions with marine vessels. Also high volumes of sewage discharge, disposal of contaminated mud from dredging and reclamation projects, and underwater industrial activity, such as pile-driving during pier and bridge construction, also likely figure into the mammals' decline. Mark Nelson - Dolphins are experiencing high death rates on Atlantic coast in America. It is being attributed to some type of bacteria.