Category Archives: Have Your Say In Hong Kong Politics – Hong Kong Voice

Censorship at Facebook of Police Abuse in Hong Kong’s Unrest

It is rumoured that Facebook and Instagram are actively deleting photos of police abuse potentially kowtowing to pressure from Beijing. Perhaps Beijing is promising to allow Facebook and Instagram to operate in China if they continue to help Beijing censor content that Beijing does not want the world to see. The below is but one.… Read More »

Joshua Wong Disqualified by Communist Party from Running for Election

In the eleventh hour Joshua Wong the de facto pro-democracy figure head of Hong Kong is barred from running for this year’s District Council election. A single unknown person called the “election officer” by the name of Laura ARON can decide who can and who cannot run. Why don’t we simplify the election process and… Read More »

Tsuen Wan / Kwai Chung Protests 25 August 2019

25 August 2019 – Another weekend of protests but this time it started off at Kwai Chung Sports Ground (葵涌運動場) to Tsuen Wan Park (荃灣公園); bowing to pressure from Beijing MTR Corp decided to close down a few underground stations to make it more difficult for protesters to get to the demonstration site. This also… Read More »

Begging Carrie Lam to Step Up | Protests 18 August 2019

Your browser does not support the video tag. Carrie Lam and the government seem to have completely buried their heads in the sand. Why can’t she just withdraw the damn extradition bill? Why is she so stubborn and irresponsible? Hong Kong is crippled every weekend by these protests. Today it was estimated that 1.7 million… Read More »

Arrest of Huawei CFO | It’s just Karma

Arrest of Huawei CFO. When the communist party abducted the bookseller Lee Bo on Hong Kong soil in 2016 they did so illegally and they kept him under arrest for months without allowing him to communicate with the outside world. Upon his release, he was so frightened by the ordeal he dared not to mention… Read More »

Hong Kong Property Prices continue to Rise

Hong Kong’s Property Prices have continued to rise every month this year. 5 years ago the prices were already at levels that would unnerve even those with mild vertigo; but now the prices have gone stratospheric and if it carries on on the current trajectory it will leave earth’s atmosphere and enter space – the… Read More »

Hong Kong’s 20th year anniversary – What do the locals think?

I am writing this to give an account of how things have changed over the last 20 years since Hong Kong became part of China. In short, from the perspective of a local, I have seen a steady decline year on year since the handover so there is nothing for me to celebrate. Job Opportunities… Read More »

Mid-Levels (Robinson Road + Conduit Road) – What’s it like?

Having lived on Robinson Road for the last 15 years which has served me well; I have to say it is no longer the place to be. There is so much construction there right now; it is almost impossible to get a good night’s sleep. The Hong Kong Government issues licenses for the developers to… Read More »