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Hong Kong people emphasis “two systems”, but ignore “one nation”

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(Democratic-sentimental was not proper English. Try to avoid coining new wording. What Lo meant was Hong Kong people put more emphasis on two systems than one nation. The phrase "prefer one thing to other" means a choice of "either/or". For example, I prefer coffee to tea which means no tea but only coffee for me. Your article demonstrated clearly what you wanted to say but your English needed improvement.)


Hong Kong people emphasis “two systems”, but ignore “one nation”

By Cherry Au Hiu Ki Oct 30, 2012

Candy Lo, Deputy Chief Editor of Hong Kong China News Agency gave a speech to the Hong Kong Shue Yan University Journalism’s students. She said Hong Kong citizens prefer “two systems” to “one nation”. She also mentioned that the society was overwhelmed by some democratic-sentimental issues.

Lo said, Hong Kong is the only territory in the world enjoying a “one nation, two systems” administration’s policy. However, Hong Kong people emphasized on the “two systems” and ignored the “one nation”. Lo continued, “Two systems are come after one nation, which means two systems are built on the foundation of one nation. None of them should be emphasized or be ignored. She had a lot of opportunities to get in touch with the mainland organizations. She thought that the mainland citizens were more favor on ‘one nation”.

Lo added, in Hong Kong, some democratic-sentimental issues like teaching the moral and national education are always being extravagantly understood. She said. Hong Kong is undoubtedly a part of China. Therefore, Hong Kong people should take the responsibilities to learn the goodness and darkness of their nation, in order to get a whole picture.

Lo believed that Hong Kong citizens had misunderstanding over China. She memorized, when Hong Kong just return to China in 1997, an university graduate had asked her a question, “Is Fu Zhou a bigger area than Fu Jian?” There was also somebody questioned why she could not speak Min-nan Hua. It was totally unbelievable to her that Hong Kong people even did not have a sense over the basic knowledge. She said Fu Zhou is an area administrated by Fu Jian, and Min-nan Hua is just one of the numerous Hokkiens.

Lo said, Hong Kong has returned to China for15 years, some of the Chinese teachers are still asking her some simple basic questions over China. She wondered Hong Kong people are too unfamiliar to China. There is a must to teach our young generation the national education, don’t object it without though. Lo said, “It is not a brainwashing progress.”

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