On industry leaders warning that HK faces a serious manpower shortage: Fong Matthew - It is not right to keep wages artificially low by increasing the supply of manpower via bringing in more people from outside. Leaders take all! Nicola Deans - What? With a population that dense they have a shortage of manpower? Is it largely elderly people in the population then? Soaring Albatross - Part of the grand unification/colonisation plan of Beijing to embrace and then tame Hong Kong is to marginalise culturally incompatible Hongkongers by "new" Hongkongers. Patrick Shu Wing Lee - There will be no manpower shortage if the wage or salary is attractive. On former chief justice Andrew Li saying China's top legal body should not reinterpret the city's Basic Law: Bert Hümmels - Think he is right. If China interferes too much it might mean the end of the special freedom and independence of HK. This in spite of rules and laws that came with the handover. Philip Lam - Andrew Li is spot-on with his belated comments (better late than never) on China's utter contempt for our Court of Final Appeal. China's re-interpretation of the law in question is nothing but an ugly act of moving the goalposts and a gross violation of our much cherished rule of law. Paul Lebrun - He is spot on. Why is he under fire? Gordon Lamb - A great chief justice, and a gentleman of character and integrity; such people in short supply in our government and councils these days. Sing Mo Mak - I like the ex-chief justice, Andrew Li, who insists on saying Beijing should not use power of the National People's Congress to override HK court decisions.