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Koon: cap of weekly cross-border trips will not work.(this is delayed because of the media training in TV News lesson)

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(I think there is a difference between a reverend and a father and Koon is a reverend. You should tell your readers in your lead the Shenzhen residents used to enjoy multiple entries before. Only then will we know how upset or even angry they are. )


By Yan ,Chan Yan Ying 14th April 2015

Recently, Shenzhen's permanent residents are limited to one visit a week to Hong Kong so as to deter parallel-goods traders. However, Fr. Peter Koon, Provincial Secretary General of Hong Kong claimed that the new policy can’t solve this deep-seated problems but ruin the relationship between Hongkongers and the mainlanders


Koon claimed that this policy sharpened contradictions between Hongkongers and mainlanders. “ Some Shenzhen citizens suggest limit Hongkongers to one visit a week to Shenzhen in return,” said Koon. Koon hoped that Hongkongers can understand what mainlanders feels about this policy.


Koon pointed out the policy can't solve the problem. He listed out several ways to cope with this annoying parallel-goods traders problem, such as customs of both Hong Kong and mainland can check the infant formula randomly . People would not mind open the infant formula if they buy it for personal use. But for parallel goods traders, they cannot open the infant formula or else no one will buy. The measure should only go against the traders, but not worsen the relationship between HongKongers and mainlanders.
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