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Chow Yung Scared of Possible Turmoils Caused by Occupy Central

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(Next time, give your story a title. Your lead would be better and more concise if you leave out Tai Yiu-ting and the second wave scenario. Just go straight to state that the movement would most certainly cause social unrest or even riot. Save the names and details later.)


Wong Yik Man Sherman September 24, 2013

"Are you scared? I am," said Chow Yung, one of the founders of Silent Majority for Hong Kong, when he talked about the Occupy Central movement proposed by Benny Tai Yiu-ting. He believed the second wave of the movement would set Hong Kong in turmoil, therefore he had decided to voice for Hong Kong to prevent social unrests.

To strive for universal suffrage for the Chief Executive of Hong Kong, Benny Tai Yiu-ting, Associate Professor of Law at the University of Hong Kong, initiated the Occupy Central campaign, which is a proposed occupation protest to be taken place in July, 2014. Some worry that the movement will caused social unrests, including ex-radio host Chow Yung, who eventually founded Silent Majority for Hong Kong, another campaign which speaks against Tai.

Tai proposed that Occupy Central would occur with love and peace. Chow did believe that Tai would keep the movement non-violent. However, he worried that if Tai and his fellow campaigners were arrested in the first movement, other angry people would rushed onto the street and the second and even the third wave of the occupation would occur. He said that if there were over twenty thousand protestors blocking the main roads in Central, traffic between Hong Kong Island and Kowloon Peninsula would be in paralysis, and eventually the New Territories also, stopping emergency services and food supply. He also said that if police force in Hong Kong was all concentrated at Central to remove the protestors from the roads, the People's Liberation Army would guide other districts such as Mong Kok to maintain social order, which would be a very scary situation.

When asked whether he was over-worried, Chow replied, " If your girlfriend is being close to another boy and always texting with him but you still not worry, I feel pathetic for you." He said his only wish is Hong Kong remaining to be peace, instead of in turmoil like countries such as Syria and Egypt.


--115111 2013年9月24日 (二) 18:03 (UTC)

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