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   Vol. 20 No. 29
Wednesday July 28, 2021
Letters for Hong Kong

Email graphicRE: Don't Count Out Hong Kong

Dear Geoffrey,

  I applaud Bob Rogers for taking the courage to tell the western world the exact opposite of what they have been preaching . . . Bob is telling the facts of life now in Hong Kong, no more, no less, but just factual. 2019 was a disastrous year for Hong Kong, there were riots, arson, destruction, stopping of public transport services, killing of a few people with a different view by the so-called democracy fighters. All under the pretext of democracy. Nancy Pelosi even called it (the riots, arson etc.) a beautiful sight (sort of). That was total lies. How the western media, and or driven by politicians who have an agenda against China and Hong Kong, have fed their readers in years past with total lies, misinformation and disinformation about Hong Kong, is beyond anyone`s imagination.
  Hong Kong is part of China, under One Country, Two Systems. The provisions of the National Security Law for Hong Kong, as introduced by the National People Congress of China in 2020 July, are very much the same set of laws all other countries have for their own countries. The U.S. now talks about national security for all matters to do with China and indeed the rest of the world. So, what is wrong with the national security law for Hong Kong.
  Stability and safety for the people are restored fully after the national security law, and we are confident of an even brighter future for Hong Kong.
  I do hope you will be able to share my comments with your readers.

Yours sincerely,
Stanley Hui
A long-time aviation man in Hong Kong
July 23, 2021

Editor's Note: Stanley Hui Hon-chung, a go-to-guy who has appeared in our pages many times during his years when he was Chief Executive Officer of Airport Authority Hong Kong. In our experience 'Stan the Man' always would tell-it-like-it-is. Good to open the information channels to this vital global air cargo gateway and other voices, including the voice of this airport pioneer who was present and stood up to be counted upon not only at Hong Kong but also at TIACA during the great Hong Kong air cargo run up and which still continues today during the first quarter of the 21st century.
  The full three runway system will be operational in 2024. That will be a new era for aviation in Hong Kong, and indeed, in the Greater Bay Area (or the Pearl River Delta). Mr. Hui is working on a new airline, called Greater Bay Airlines, which will operate both passenger and air cargo services.

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