上述呢位老哥係乜水，無錯，正係喺The Dark Side of Hong Kong大放膠論嘅Henry C，一位中大畢業生，佢個底仲要花多啲時間去起，但基本上唔難。
「可能你呀 一心要做到自已 型到死
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Filed under 香港政治
It’s a relief actually.
I was actually worried whether the Kennedy Town Liaison Office has successful recruited even Caucasians into their 50cent army.
Sure there do exist some Caucasians that look down on the pro-democracy movement (Elsie Tu comes to mind), but I’ve yet to encounter any in the blogosphere yet.
So it’s a relief to discover it’s just another fake Caucasian-wannabe “banana". (Since he started the personal attacks, it’s only fair game to call him names in return. )
Not trying to gloat in Monday morning quarterback mode, but there are already hints that this poor gentleman is not Caucasian:
1. His English reads too silted and lacks fluency for a native blogger – indeed they read like written by someone who has never even spent any time overseas. I find it a struggle myself to blend in the informal with the formal, even after spending more than half of my life so far in an English-speaking nation than Hong Kong. If you go to the Big White Guy’s blog that uses standard English prose without the sarcastic tone that bloggers typically use when writing in their first language, there is an ease on grappling with the tone which ESL people like us will never quite grasp, let alone EFL speakers like that gentleman.
2. Someone able to understand Martin’s contemporary colloquial Cantonese coming out of golden forums. The expats in Hong Kong never master Cantonese to this level of fluency, and students of Chinese among the Westerners in the West are too detached from HK to give a darn about the BNO British citizenship issue.
3. The expat bloggers in HK are too busy on dating Asian girls, or observing life in HK in general as a foreigner, to really be aware of this issue.
Addition: this is what a typical expat in HK will blog about. Note the style and also the topic and depth in which life in HK is covered: (from Big White Man’s blog)
The World’s Most Expensive Flat
If you have money to burn and are a complete moron, you can buy what is probably the world’s most expensive flat right here in Hong Kong.
It’s a bargain at just HK$357.73 million (about US$45.9 million), and even comes with a fabricated floor number. You too can be on the 66th floor in a 40-storey building, if you believe that it’s okay for the developer to go beyond mere superstition (taking out floors 4, 13, 14, 24, 34) and arbitrarily remove floors 40 through 59, 62, 64, 65, 67 and 69 through 87.
The flat measures 5,636 square feet but includes “a 96 sq ft window seat, 98 sq ft air-conditioner area and 1,124 sq ft of common area", which means usable space is actually 4,318 square feet. Sure, $46 million is a drop in the buck for a billionaire; it’s like spending $46 on a trinket when you have $1,000 in your pocket, and you know you can replace that $46 without even thinking about it. But it’s not a lot of bang for your buck when you can get much larger and nicer places elsewhere for that much jing.
However, this is Hong Kong, and you can be certain that the flat will be bought for the sole reason the floor number is 66, which represents double good fortune.
After blowing much dough, you’d need it.
Only on the likes of stormfront.org I suppose?
Well there was Hemlock. Sadly he’s no more…
I’m pretty sure http://www.biglychee.com/ is really Hemlock in a different persona. At least they seem to have very similar political view.
I think that blog has Hemlock guest blogging at times. It’s quite a good blog actually supporting the good guys in HK.
I wonder if they are aware of Lam Kay or other like-minded local ethnic Chinese bloggers?
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