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Politics Is The Process Of Allocating Social Resources

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“What is politics?” Lai Hing Ling, the former Secretary for Security, asked during his speech at Shue Yan University today.


Joe Ng


“This is a process of allocating resources,” Lai answered by himself [great intro and definition]. Representatives fight for the best interests for their groups.


“Someone’s sugar is the other one’s poison,” he said. Balancing is a task. [Expound on this idea.]


A policy can be and should be viewed from different angles, instead of defining it in absolute white or black.


He thinks that the politicians tended to over simplifying an issue in an extreme way in order to fit the interests of the groups being represented, gaining support. [Is this good or bad?]


Counseling the public is far from enough today. The public want to participate in policy making processes.


“Many different voices will object to develop a new town for containing 500 thousands citizens today.” He said, “But the government had developed three new towns at the same time in 70s.”[Not sure what this means or why it is here]


Although it is hard to carry out the policies if various voices are involved, he said that it helped to enhance the social harmony, since everyone could devote himself or herself to the same things.


A well-rounded population policy helps allocating resources effectively. [What does a well rounded population policy look like?]


The problem of non-citizenship pregnant women giving births in Hong Kong is getting more serious during the recent years [How?].


Lai questioned that why the problem seems was shouldered alone by York Chow, the Secretary for Food and Health.


Such practices exert pressure immediately on particular medicine services, like accident and emergency service and family health service. However, it is going to arouse problems to the education system and the social welfare system as well.

[An article should be one or two cohesive paragraphs, not a series of disconnected sentences.]

[Grade: C]

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