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"Occupying Central" will be "a cup of peanuts", Robert Chow says

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(Controversial is a better expression than debatable here. Since "a cup of peanuts" is not a common English term, you should just write that it will be as trivial as "a cup of peanuts" instead of the lengthy explanation you provided. To emphasize the inconsequence of the Occupy Central movement as the lead of your story was misleading and missed the gist of Chow's speech. He meant to give us a warning that the movement is anything but inconsequential.)


Yu Kin Man


The spokesperson of debatable social organization Silent Majority Robert Chow said that, "Occupying Central" will be "a cup of peanuts" if we look back after hundreds of years, which means it is not the most important issue to concern with right now, public dispute should be put on how to sketch the development of democracy in the coming years.


Chow attended a seminar held at Shue Yan University advocating negative effects "Occupying Central" will bring. He addressed that, although at the first wave of "Occupying Central" may not attract decent amount of people, the second wave will as fierce as to paralyze the whole Hong Kong. He explained that the effect of paralyzing central is huge because it means the three major tunnels in Hong Kong Island will be blocked. "The traffic in Central starts jamming at 7am, and if it is blocked to march "Occupying Central", it is easy to predict that all roads and highways will be jammed in few hours." He criticized the founder of "Occupying Central" Benny Tai has underestimated the degree of harmfulness to the entire Hong Kong.


Chow also mentioned that, although public is concentrating in the consequences of "Occupying Central", the most important issue right now should be how to advance the democracy in Hong Kong. "If we try to review "Occupying Central" as a period of history, it is only a cup of peanuts." He stated the once the right of appointment on Chief Executive is held by the People's Republic of China, Hong Kong politicians still need to work out the best solution to compromise.
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