posted 19 Apr 2017, 05:15 by Hong Kong Independence Party


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呢幾篇文章係小弟由雨革開始 喺空餘時間研究本地同中外既抗爭事件之中使用既戰術同裝備 再抽出其中能夠應用喺本地既內容 本手冊既第二章會簡述有關行動安全既指引 第三章會介紹資訊蒐集既技巧 令玩家玩得放心之餘 長玩長有 始終呢個遊戲係無重生機制 一比人捉到甚至格殺就game over.

華安 20174

Letter to FCO, MoD

posted 11 Mar 2016, 03:47 by Hong Kong Independence Party   [ updated 19 Apr 2017, 05:16 ]

About the "Internet Article 23"

posted 16 Jan 2016, 16:13 by Hong Kong Independence Party

Copyright ( Amendment ) Bill 2014 ( Internet Article 23 )


Copyright ( Amendment ) Bill 2014 is used for updating the copyright system of Hong Kong to confirm the development of technology and overseas, keep closer with international trends. For examples, European Union, Australia, Britain, Singapore, New Zealand and Canada. However, in this bill, it is not following international trends. Let us talk about the content of Copyright ( Amendment ) Bill 2014.


First, the bill set out there are only copyright owners have the right to disseminate their works. It means non-copyright owners disseminate the works from others will have a chance to afford criminal responsibility. If a citizen download a movie without authorization by the copyright owners and upload to YouTube, it is a piracy. The copyright owners and staff of law enforcement will have the right to charge that citizen. Moreover, the bill set out that copying the essence part of the works is already a piracy but the definition of essence part is very vague. Second creation of joking types, citizen have a second creation by using the original of copyright, is it a piracy? Exemptions point out citizens have to quote the sources, but it doesn’t set an index or quantity of quoting sources. Even quoted the related sources, the staff of law enforcement still can charge the citizens by harming the interests of copyright owners. Furthermore, the bill set out there are six exemptions of parody, satire, pastiche, caricature, quotation and reporting or commenting on current events, how about have a cover of other singers seriously? Is it a piracy? Political second creation is it reporting or commenting on current events? The exemptions of the bill is unclear and narrow in range. It cannot protect the rights of netizens.


Therefore, Copyright ( Amendment ) Bill 2014 should include UGC User Generated and Fair Use from US and Canada to balance and protect the rights of netizens and copyright owners. As second creation is a due freedom and right of citizens, any second creations can meet the requirement of non-profit creation, not affecting the market and the interests of the original work, no excessive use of the original work, and lists the contents of the original work references, it should be exempted. Otherwise, the bill will become a tool of rulers to harm the freedom of speech and freedom of internet. When the freedom of speech of the citizens is controlled, Hong Kong will become a place for the dictator to abuse the power.

An open letter to the UK GOV

posted 19 Sep 2015, 16:59 by Hong Kong Independence Party   [ updated 19 Sep 2015, 17:01 ]

12th September, 2015

Hong Kong Independence Party

4th Floor

86-90 Paul Street

London EC2A 4NE


An open letter to our Government

As many refugees are coming to Europe, we are going to explain what is the future if UK accept those 

refugees, using Hong Kong for comparison.

First, UK may accept 20,000 refugees in five years. This will give an signature to those refugees, whom deciding where to go, UK is a good choice to be the terminal to settle. It is probably that more than 20,000 refugees will come here, hope before 20,00 quota, within 1 year.

Comparing to Hong Kong, 150 refugees from China everyday accepted by HKSAR, which is colonise government setup and control by China government, cannot reject their entrance. Now accumulated about 760K Chinese colonist invaded Hong Kong.

We are pleased that U.K seems stop huge amount of refugees, by immigration stage. But please 

remember, about 3 million of British National, are suffered by colonists, in the name of Immigrants or refugees. 

HKSAR treat British Nationals in Hong Kong, or named as Hong-Kongers, as American Indian, 

Chinese are eliminating Hong-Kongers’ culture, language, even though their living place. Chinese can enjoy all warfare that Hong-Kongers should have, in prior of Hong-Kongers.

Hong Kong had been handed-over to China without consider Hong-Kongers’  will. In other words, Hong-Kongers are treated as slave hand-over from U.K to China. And now, after umbrella revolution, HKSAR treat Hong-Kongers as refugees while Chinese is citizen. Nowadays, China, Russia and ISIS are, as same as Nazi Germany did to Jewish. China tries to kill Hong-Kongers at the start of umbrella revolution, and killed Tibet people and East 
Turkestan people.Russia killed Ukrainians and invaded East Ukraine and Crimean.

ISIS, seems they want to kill all other human whom differ from them.

Now, it is decade of chaos, we never meet this kind of chaos after World War II. It is time to re-
organise our country, our people (include all British), to pass through this challenge. As the God will not give us challenge which we cannot pass through, this time, we will pass through it same as before. God bless us.

Hong Kong Independence Party

A registered UK political party

Hong Kong Remembrance Day

posted 27 Aug 2015, 18:03 by Hong Kong Independence Party

Hong Kong Remembrance Day, is an important milestone of Hong Kong. It is to remember the reinstatement of freedom resulted from England’s reclaim of Hong Kong’s governance after the Second World War in 30 August 1945. But what is the process of forming a Hong Kong Remembrance Day? Let’s talk about it.
In 1937, a war started between China and Japan. A lot of cities in China, such as Nanking, Shanghai, and Canton, were attacked by Japan. Hong Kong, however, didn't get any attacks. At that time Hong Kong was a colony of the United Kingdom (UK), so Hong Kong was not included in the belligerents. Until 1941, the Pacific War started. Pearl Harbor was attacked, Japan declared a war to UK, USA and other Western countries.
At the same time, army of Japan started to attack Hong Kong. Battle of Hong Kong Protection started. In the beginning, the British Forces in Hong Kong fought against the army of Japan, then about 2000 Canada soldiers to reinforce. Later, 500 students from Hong Kong University and Hongkongers from different ethnic groups, included European descent, Indian descent and Chinese descent, established Hong Kong Garrison. In the war, most of the gloriously sacrificed soldiers were from UK and Canada, not Chinese Communist Party. Although the Hong Kong army was defeated finally, it was, after all, a battle leaded by Hongkongers.
In 1945, Japan surrendered. UK assigned Harcourt to lead the navy and go to Hong Kong. In 30 August 1945, England received the formal letter of surrender from Japan, England ruled Hong Kong again, and set the 30th August to be Hong Kong Remembrance Day, starting from 1946. However, since 1 July 1997, the sovereignty of Hong Kong was transferred to Chinese Communist Party, Hong Kong Remembrance Day was cancelled, youngers don't know what and how important it is.
Now, Hong Kong does not only lose our Hong Kong Remembrance Day, but also forced by Chinese Communist Party to celebrate Victory Over Japan Day in the 3rd September. Actually, Victory Over Japan Day is unrelated to Chinese Communist Party, let alone Hong Kong. It is because the People's Liberation Army was not formed at that time. The army was mostly consisted of Nationalist Revolutionary Army, only some were Communist Red Army. So the success of fight is not belong to Chinese Communist Party.
On the other hand, the beginning and ending time between China’s anti-Japan war and battle of Hong Kong Protection were different. China’s anti-Japan was obviously started from war between China and Japan, while the battle of Hong Kong Protection was started from the Pacific War between Japan and Western countries. Moreover, the belligerents of the two wars were different. The object of Japan to attack in China’s anti-Japan war was China, while the object of Japan to attack in Pacific War was UK. Therefore, the history of Japanese colonial period in Hong Kong shouldn’t be put into Chinese history, and we shouldn't follow China to praise for Hong Kong Independent Battalion of the Dongjiang Column.
We should remember the sacrificed Hong Kong Garrison soldiers and say thanks to them. Hong Kong Pro-Beijing government’s cancellation of Hong Kong Remembrance Day and establishment of Victory Over Japan Day as public holiday show that, in order to clear the colonial awareness of Hongkongers, Hong Kong Pro-Beijing government will distort the reality of history in Hong Kong.

The reality of the education system in Hong Kong.

posted 20 Jun 2015, 18:27 by Hong Kong Independence Party   [ updated 20 Jun 2015, 18:32 ]

The result of the Primary One Admission has been announced recently. Many Hong Kong mothers who are from the North District such as Sheung Shui, the closest district near the Control Point, cried for the results that their kids cannot study in the original neighborhood. On the other hand, many Mainland mothers are satisfied with the results which their kids can study in the school near the Control Point. Is it fair to the local kids? It is not, without a shadow of a doubt.

Cross-boundary students means those who are born and study in Hong Kong but live in mainland China and both of their parents are not Hongkonger usually. There are 2700 cross-boundary students registered for the Primary One Admission, neglected those registered with a Hong Kong address. Most of them want to study in the North district as it is closer to the Control Point. However, the quota of the primary one are limited and they are originally for those living there. There are no excess quota for the cross-boundary students. They are now occupying the quota, where should the local students study? It is unreasonable to ask the Hong Kong students to study in other district. Hong Kong government should put Hong Kong children in the first priority that to ensure the local school study in the original district first. The cross-boundary students should be put in the second priority that they can only complete the among the remaining quota.


Hong Kongers resist embrace of mainland China

posted 26 Apr 2015, 15:28 by HKIP News   [ updated 26 Apr 2015, 15:34 ]

The following is an extract of an article written by Jack Chang for The Japan Times 26 April 2015 edition.
(Source: http://bit.ly/1Gm26fD)

Eighteen years after this world financial hub returned from colonial British control to Chinese rule, many say they feel more alienated and less trusting than ever of the central Chinese government and even the people visiting from across the border. That has presented leaders in Beijing with one of their biggest political headaches as they try to project a more unified, confident image abroad.

The complaints range from the small to the sweeping, from the perceived rudeness of Chinese tourists to fears that leaders in Beijing are sabotaging the freedoms and rule of law that have long distinguished Hong Kong from the rest of China. The resentment grew when Beijing issued a policy paper last year making clear the central government’s power to decide the city’s affairs, and when it endorsed a hard-line approach to pro-democracy activists who blocked streets in Occupy Central protests seeking electoral reforms.

Recently, scuffles have broken out along the northern border during protests over the influx of mainland shoppers, and Hong Kong continues to seethe with anti-mainland tension after the city’s government unveiled its Beijing-approved electoral reform package Wednesday.

Failure to win the hearts and minds of sophisticated, cosmopolitan Hong Kong bodes ill for Beijing’s plans to peacefully reunify with the self-governing island of Taiwan as well as quell divisions at home, said Mark Clifford, head of the Asia Business Council and the former editor-in-chief of the Hong Kong-based South China Morning Post.

“There was a perception that Hong Kong would be more like the mainland,” Clifford said. “There was a perception that the two places would merge. But after 150 years of British rule, the interesting development is Hong Kong’s own sense of identity.

“The policy of the Chinese government and the Hong Kong government of trying to force more integration, integration on every level, but especially economic, has created a backlash among ordinary Hong Kong people.” […]

A Chinese University of Hong Kong poll of city residents found that people’s self-identification as Chinese fell from 38 percent in 2010 to 31 percent three years later. […]

Jewellery store saleswoman Sakura Tse, 30, said she longs for the days of colonial British rule, when the city’s manners and even its architecture were classier. She said she fears the political repression and violent police tactics that she sees on the mainland could become common practice there.

Tse and about 30 others lead the grass-roots group Hong Kongese Priority, which calls for independence from China, a stance she said infuriates her parents.

“They just think it’s good enough for you to have food and your life,” Tse said. “But I don’t think food and life are what I’m looking for. Freedom. For me, freedom is the most important.”

Like Tse, Leung of the anti-traders group said he was prepared to fight for his city’s autonomy from the rest of China.

“We need to get away from the communists to get our life back,” Leung said. “It’s not Beijing who will take things away from Hong Kong. It’s the Hong Kong people who, little by little, will hand it over to Beijing.”

Being a Hongkonger

posted 17 Apr 2015, 10:35 by HKIP News   [ updated 17 Apr 2015, 20:46 ]

Below is an article that first appeared in Undergrad, a Hong Kong University publication, dated 1 November 1969.  The recent pro-democracy protests have led many Hongkongers to question their own identity and re-examine their place vis-à-vis a mighty but seemingly alien China.  For decades, Hongkongers have been asking themselves what makes them so different from the Chinese.  Apart from the obvious differences in language and culture, the historical factor cannot be ignored.  155 years of British rule has left a rich and indelible legacy, and it is this unique blend of Britishness that sets Hongkongers apart from Mainland Chinese.

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