18 thoughts on “點解新加坡人對中國人慶到忍無可忍

  1. 粵港自駕遊,可能通過了以後,香港較容易催生革命。


  2. re LP: 咁又未必。我記得網主喺2/27嘅post講過啲人可以以口音區別。況且我哋香港講華語嘅口音同北方唔同,所以應該OK嘅,唔使咁擔心。

  3. 唔係話一單車禍當地人借題發揮, 有留意當地嘅嘢都知怨氣幾大。就算唔留意嘅, 舊年 “全城煮咖喱” 呢單膠到無朋友嘅新聞, 就知當地乜嘢環境
    喪生嘅的士司機所屬嘅公司 COMFORT DELGRO, 旗下嘅「新捷運」(SBS TRANSIT) 早排由中國請咗批巴士司機過去。如果呢班司機撞咗鋪杰嘢, 1964-7-21 歷史重演

  4. 拍片個條友,好彩開慢D,如果唔係,死果個會係佢…..


  5. 小弟喺紐西蘭,當你睇到呢單新聞話94.5%的在紐華人移民單單只係認同中國,只有5.5%認同自己對紐西蘭和中國都有歸屬感,你就知唔妥:


    Migrants’ hearts remain in China, study finds
    By Lincoln Tan
    5:30 AM Tuesday Feb 7, 2012

    China’s emergence as a world power is resulting in more Chinese New Zealanders feeling a greater sense of attachment to China than to New Zealand, a study has found.

    More than 94 per cent of Chinese permanent residents and more than half of those with NZ citizenship told University of Auckland researchers that they felt a greater sense of belonging and identified more with their country of origin than New Zealand.

    Between 2009 and last year, the researchers interviewed 90 migrants originally from China, Hong Kong and Taiwan.

    “An overwhelming 94.5 per cent stated they were Chinese/Taiwanese/Hong Konger, while only 5.5 per cent said they somehow felt they belonged to both New Zealand and their country of origin,” the report said.

    The study also found that Chinese migrants aged 15 to 44 felt significantly more attached to their homeland identity than those aged 45 and over.

    Manying Ip, the professor of Asian studies who led the project, described this as “surprising” and said the finding contradicted earlier assumptions that older Chinese migrants were more conservative and therefore felt more attached to their homelands.

    “The finding is surprising in that it contravenes accepted migration and acculturation theories,” she said.

    “It indicates that the younger cohort are more attached than their older counterparts to their native homeland and feel their identity is more Chinese than anything else.”

    Professor Ip said the finding carried “significant implications for future interpretation of migrants’ sense of allegiance and their acculturation process”.

    “China’s rising status as an emergent world power would likely impress young patriotic Chinese much more than older counterparts, who may have had negative first-hand experiences [of] the People’s Republic.”

  6. I think there is a research conducted for people from Hong Kong and Taiwan (for whether they think themselves as Chinese) and for people from Okinawa (for whether they think themselves as Japanese). You can try to do a keywords search in Google. The research was done by a collaboration from HKU, Okinawa U and a Taiwan U.

  7. //小弟喺紐西蘭,當你睇到呢單新聞話94.5%的在紐華人移民單單只係認同中國,只有5.5%認同自己對紐西蘭和中國都有歸屬感,你就知唔妥://
    入左籍, 就要忠於自己國家, 紐西蘭華人唔係連依d 道理都唔識ma, 將來有事, 外國人點會相信華人唔係中共間諜(雖然話要證據, 不過睇下日本僑民係二次大戰遭遇就知咩事), 都係個句, 你甘認同中國又唔返中國度住(口不對心)?

  8. Thanks KK. I know the poll that you referred to. But i’m curious with the details of the NZ findings regarding people of so-called ‘Chinese’ origin in NZ.

  9. The Height of Migration from Hong Kong before 1997 can be considered as insurance policies based on phobia and negative impression on CCP and Mainland China.

    Unfortunately, nowadays migration cases from Mainland China and Hong Kong, especially those non-natural-born Hong Kong permanent residents, should be reconsidered as networking for business opportunities, ideal destinations for retirement, transfer of private and non-disclosed wealth or developing Mainland China facilitated foreign interventions overseas without sincerity to learn, adopt and respect culture and history of local communities.

    Those whole granted citizenships from Australia, New Zealand, Canada, United Kingdom, United States or other Free countries should be vetted again from above countries’ respective authorities to reconsidered their degree of loyalty and if possible threats to cultural sustainability and national security.

    I afraid one day Hong Kong permanent residents may be considered as unwelcomed overseas travelers as well. Sigh…(for both Hong Kong people and future of Hong Kong)

  10. Martin,

    As you have your own opinion for future of Hong Kong no matters different views or objections from other platforms.

    Would you consider if further illustrate the perspectives in term of policy research, transitional methods or arrangements while bringing out global vision and strategic thinking.

    Moreover, would you please discuss the current and future relations of Hong Kong with Commonwealth and other state and non-state actors.

    Thank you.

  11. KLUST:

    In 1996, my relatives in Singapore already told me that a lot of people from China moved to Singapore. They used piles of cash to buy cars and buildings. Everyone there was wondering if those money was come from illegal sources but the Singaporean Gov’t did not care. They are now eating their own rotten fruits.

    Unfortunately, Hongkongers are now forced to eat these rotten fruits because our previous generation(s) did not have the guts to say “No”.


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