On Manila mayor Joseph Estrada's planned trip to Hong Kong to apologise for the 2010 hostage tragedy: Margie Tam - To show sincerity, I think President Benigno Aquino should come to HK to apologise and express sympathy to the victims and their families on behalf of the Philippines. He should promise to improve the future safety and capability of rescue work for tourists. Their rescue work during that tragedy was really so poor. Christian Ross - Nice. When will a HK delegation go to Jakarta to ease the anger about the treatment of Indonesian citizens in HK? Clara Marie Marquez - Hongkongers are unfair - you want our president to apologise? You'll wait a lifetime. Only one person committed that crime not the whole nation and that person was rotten. How about your government? The ill-treatment of your people to other races? On the US reintroducing its annual report to Congress on Hong Kong politics: Kael'thas Kamiya - About time! Britain should also speak up for Hong Kong, since it is the other signatory in the Sino-British agreement. Britain kept its side of the deal, China hasn't. Freddie Thorhill - Good. Those who say the US is messing with others, should rethink. This is important, this is the type of pressure which may allow for the Chinese to reconsider what they do with HK. This will ensure the world is watching and that HK does not just silently become another Chinese city, but that the basic rule of law is upheld. Vince Leung - Obama administration has a very weak foreign policy. Nothing substantial will come out from that. As you can tell from the "red line" of Syria. And now Ukraine.