“Return to the people, that is the only option for the mass movement and we are awaiting the results of one day blossom .”
Huang Feng: Someone asked , obviously Zhongyou first electronic referendum six months from the constitutional reform vote Zhongyou subadult time , people thought why should I learn Link chur per week divided into several teams traveled territory pendulum Street Station ?
For me, the mass movement not only rely on online media department , but by the basic region Dem Dills began , the first to reach to the real , in general, the most common , with news Wudi both the public face of the Liaison Office …… the media machine constantly o Department of television loop “National Basic illegal nomination ,” Well you do not compete with the mainstream media can o drainage system , it would be better as less reason to spend time , sweat and effort every week with regional publicity , the idea of planting more practical folk roots , which is no discernible method LOCPG do things, because they are missing , that is, on the concept of passion and persistence.
“National nomination ” not the central entry point to accept / feel excesses , but Hong Kong people have equal right to nominate worthwhile , “Learning China Plan” is selected for the public rather than the central machinery of the Central mobilize any occasion the concept is rooted Street Station , return to the people, the mass movement is the only choice, because , I am waiting to fruition one day .
- Hong Kong Education Bureau introducing concepts to support Marxism. Knowing the history of the PRC with students. (humanrightchild.wordpress.com)
- Hong Kong Teacher Who Scolded Police Penalized (theepochtimes.com)
- An uneasy home named Hong Kong (hanskcjournal.wordpress.com)
- Canada to Hong Kong in this article. Students learn about other nations to improve Hong Kong. (humanrightchild.wordpress.com)
- Actor Jackie Chan Reportedly Calls for Fewer Rights in Hong Kong: ‘Regulations on What Can & Cannot Be Protested’ (theblaze.com)
- New U.S. envoy to Hong Kong vows to push for democracy (dailystar.com.lb)
- New vistas of education (nzweek.com)