All Comments for Hong Kong Student Leaders See 'Explosion of Anger' if Limited Suffrage Bill Passes

Add your comment by filling out the form below in plain text. Comments are approved by a moderator and can be edited in accordance with RFAs Terms of Use. Comments will not appear in real time. RFA is not responsible for the content of the postings. Please, be respectful of others' point of view and stick to the facts.

lau from malaysia :

HK police should consult Singapore counterpart what should be done to unruly mobs trying to stomp the legislature.

Apr 28, 2015 03:52 AM

    Reply to this comment

Zhang Anping from Zhangmutouzhen :

"RFA's Cantonese Service in an interview in Washington"

WHY? Because there is no longer any audience and no appetite for these infantile views in Hong Kong: the agitators are merely playing to a US audience in the hope of securing additional funding and attention - they are not representative of "Free Asia", but of a vanishingly small group of disaffected and immature "Rebels Without a Cause". The fact that they have chosen Washingston as a venue to recite their banal political mantra speaks volumes

Apr 28, 2015 01:39 AM

    Reply to this comment

aj from San Francisco :

“If we look closely at the umbrella movement we will find no evidence that the people of the umbrella movement have received any donation or support from foreign countries,” said Chow.
Excuse me, but isn't RFA, NED, NDI supporting the Umbrella Revolution?

Excuse me, but NDI's own website says that it does this:
"'The Promise of Democratization in Hong Kong' Report Series

Between 1997 and 2011, NDI conducted a series of missions to Hong Kong to consider the development of Hong Kong’s election framework, the status of autonomy, rule of law and civil liberties, and the prospects for and challenges to democratization. NDI has published an ongoing series based on these assessments called The Promise of Democratization in Hong Kong. The series is shared with media, government and international nongovernmental organizations to raise awareness of Hong Kong’s democratic progress."

And who paid for these colonial flunkies'trip to Washington DC?

Will they go to Baltimore to fight against the endemic human rights struggle against police killings in "Black Lives Matter" movement?

Apr 27, 2015 11:20 PM

    Reply to this comment

Anonymous Reader :

i would like to know what they are doing in washington dc and who paid for the trip. what is the official reason for the trip?

Apr 27, 2015 08:16 PM

    Reply to this comment

Return to story





More Listening Options

View Full Site