The British landed on the then barren island of Kong Hong in 1841 as they were hastily mustering military forces in the area for yet
In late 1974, the ABC Channel in the US broadcast a series of children’s cartoons that reduced Chinese people to a satirical dog, and Chinese
Burmese Buddhists living in the Rakhine State view themselves as ‘ethic’ inhabitants of Myanmar, and state that Islamic militants regularly attack their villages and Buddhist temples, carrying-out acts of rape, torture and murder. The point of this activity is to ‘cleanse’ the area of the ethnic Burmese and their Buddhist culture.
In the meantime, there has been allegations of institutional racism perpetuated by the British Labour Party in the handling of this bizarre situation, as the age of consent varies markedly not only across European countries, but also across the world.
As far as I am aware, Mr George Blake is still alive and 94 years old. He fought in the Royal Air Force during WWII, and was probably the first ever ‘Black’ Buddhist monk.
Life in Hong Kong is quite different from that in the mainland of China, and it is to be expected that sometimes misunderstandings might occur that lead to friction. However, any issues that might arise can be resolved if proper understanding is applied to the situation. In this instance it seems that opposition politicians in Hong Kong are attempting to court publicity by mistakenly attacking the purpose and function of the Hong Kong National Education System.