Share This: Whereas yesterday I discussed the real significance of “colony” for China, today I wish to make a more theoretical discussion. The famous Austrian philosopher Ludwig von Mises (1881-1973) once wrote an article entitled “The Idea of Liberty … Read More
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Share This: These days, people around the world are getting involved in their weekly “let’s feel morally superior” pantomime: mourning Liu Xiaobo, the Chinese human rights activist and Nobel Peace Prize laureate who cried for political reform in China … Read More
Share This: It’s been 20 years since the British government handed Hong Kong over to Chinese rule, under the condition of remaining unchanged for 50 years. But two days ago, under an overcast red-crimson sky full of Chinese communist … Read More
Share This: In an interview with the Chinese media some days ago, Hong Kong’s Chief Executive-elect Carrie Lam talked about the necessity to put an end to the encroaching advance of Hong Kong Independence among kids and teenagers and … Read More
Share This: Recent terrorist attacks all over Europe (and non-European countries who happen to be in no war against Muslim countries, such as the Philippines) have brought into question the immigration policies being implemented within the European Union, the … Read More
Share This: In an already quite old article published by HKFP Ming Chun Tang tries to expose the “free-market fundamentalism” that enervates Hong Kong’s society and blame all its problems on the full-time Scrooges that infest the city. He … Read More