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Lufsig mania reflects Hongkongers' dissatisfaction against the government, Anthony Wong says

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(In general, yours is a good report. How about coining a new term "Lufsig-mania" instead of "mass purchase"? )

By Ma Wai Shan | Tuesday, 10 December 2013


Anthony Wong Chau-sang, Representative-elect of the Hong Kong Arts Development Council(Drama), said that a mass purchase of Lufsig, the latest stuffed toy from Hong Kong IKEA, showed Hong Kong people's discontent with the government.


The IKEA toy, hurled at the Chief Executive Leung Chun-ying in Saturday's region forum, unexpectedly become a way to insult the Chief Executive, who has long been charactised as a wolf for his perceived lack of integrity, because of its wolf-like appearance and name used in Mainland stores which is close to an obscene Cantonese phrases.


Speaking in Hong Kong Shue Yan University this afternoon, Wong agreed that the image of Lufsig resembled that of the Chief Executive. He expressed that Hong Kong people voiced their discontent with the government by actively purchasing Lufsig toys, making it an interesting phenonmenon.


Wong, once a supporter of the Chief Executive, criticized Leung Chun-ying for his slow and robotic response towards residents' questions and disturbances from protestors in the North Point forum.


"After Financial Secretary John Tsang Chun-wah was hit by an egg thrown from the audience, the Chief Executive merely stand aside and laughed. Not until his assistant reminded him did he take reaction and express strong condemnation of the attack," Wong said.


Wong said that the Chief Executive should demonstrate some sense of humor when dealing with disputes in forum.
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