Posts Tagged ‘Hong Kong Government’

By Hans Ebert As with anything it doesn’t understand, the Hong Kong government either ignores it, or else places various stumbling blocks to ensure that it’s silenced. And music should never ever be silenced. But unless it’s classical music or Canto Pop or one of those “nostalgia” concerts by someone from the Sixties singing the [...]

The problem with anything the Hong Kong Government touches is that [A] the public pays for it, but know nothingĀ  about it, [B} the planning is non-existent [C] the quality will be naff and [D] it won’t make sense. Surely, the Government must be on crack? Last week, The South China Morning Post announced Hong [...]