Finance chief John Tsang revealed in his budget speech on Wednesday that he had been using social media to gauge public sentiment. Photo: Sam TsangFinance chief John Tsang revealed in his budget speech on Wednesday that he had been using social media to gauge public sentiment. Photo: Sam Tsang
Finance chief John Tsang revealed in his budget speech on Wednesday that he had been using social media to gauge public sentiment. Photo: Sam Tsang

Hong Kong finance chief says he ‘totally understands’ sentiments expressed in viral anti-government tirade

Financial Secretary John Tsang described speech by ‘concerned citizen’ Kwan Wing-yi as ‘something we need to hear, we need to understand ... we need to have a dialogue with’

Topic |   Hong Kong Budget 2016-2017
Finance chief John Tsang revealed in his budget speech on Wednesday that he had been using social media to gauge public sentiment. Photo: Sam TsangFinance chief John Tsang revealed in his budget speech on Wednesday that he had been using social media to gauge public sentiment. Photo: Sam Tsang
Finance chief John Tsang revealed in his budget speech on Wednesday that he had been using social media to gauge public sentiment. Photo: Sam Tsang
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