Sat 3 Pan-dem Darling “Longhair” Leung Kwok-hung kisses Civic Party’s Claudia Mo on the cheek at the League of Social Democrats’ annual fundraising dinner. Mo later declares her adoration for Longhair on Facebook: “I like Longhair, because he’s honest. Our beliefs are different, but we agree to disagree.” Also attending the dinner are Occupy Central co-founder Chan Kin-man, Alex Chow from the HK Federation of Students, Agnes Chow from Scholarism, and People Power’s Erica Yuen. The League raised $245,000. Sun 4 Carp Red-Handed Legislative councilors learn that the Fire Department has built a fish pond housing a dozen carp—also famously Donald Tsang’s favorite pastime—inside the Hung Hom Fire Station. The discovery followed complaints about water leakage onto an adjacent pedestrian walkway. Lawmakers demand to know why the pond’s bill has been footed by the public. The department explains the pond is to improve the station’s ambience. Mon 5 Gaming the System Members of local forum HK Golden unveil an online tactical action game inspired by the Umbrella movement. The game relives key moments such as “Retaking Mong Kok” and “Defending Lung Wo Road.” Players can choose to be students, the public or the government and can also recruit “generals” such as CY Leung and Benny Tai to defend and invade territories using special skills. “General Denise Ho,” for example, will attack enemies with her singing. Tue 6 Driving Profits Following the Christmas Eve cash spill from a money security van operated by G4S, a van from the same company is seen driving on the road in Cheung Sha Wan with its back door wide open. A security box is about to fall from the van, and drivers honk to alert the driver. A security guard appears and shuts the door. G4S says the van was heading to the garage and that there was nothing valuable on board. Wed 7 Crime of Passion A 56-year-old is fined $1,000 for making a false report to the police. In Mong Kok last month, he saw his longtime crush inside her apartment with her boyfriend. Wanting to get a better look at the man, he called the police to say he had been robbed and that the thief entered the woman’s flat. He went inside her home alongside officers, only admitting later that he had been lying. Thu 8 Carried Away Chief Secretary Carrie Lam sports a trendy Fitbix Flex walking tracker while appearing on a radio show. Fitbit shares the news on its Facebook page, calling Lam “a healthy fashionista.” Some commented that they will boycott the product, and Fitbit later deletes the post. Fri 9 News Scoop A newspaper vendor returns to his stall at 6am and finds that more than 400 newspapers have been stolen. He tells the police that the stolen papers are worth $2,800 in total. Newspapers were stolen from an adjacent vendor a few days ago.