@kelvinchanchan133 I am a secondary one student and I know that not only a few of my classmates support the government although many are ‘yellow’. Not to mention my grandfather’s friends are mostly ‘blue’. I know that many people are ‘yellow’ but I just want to tell you not to ignore our opinions.
@DanielLinfromHKChina To be honest, I don’t think this is a good platform to have a political debate. But just to reply your comments, have you ever thought about why are more and more people become “yellow” nowadays ? We used to be the minority group in the past, but when there are too many “injustice” things happened in the society (which are caused by the government and the Police Force), it is our human nature to rise and resist.
@kelvinchanchan133 To be honest, I don’t think this is a good platform to express political views. But just to reply your comments, there are so many people decorating their injustice behaviour, also spreading negative one-sided news to the foreign countrys. I can’t be silent anymore.
@kelvinchanchan133 Why there are more and more people becoming yellow? It’s because of Hong Kong’s Liberal Studies, Life and Society, etc. These textbooks are not neutral and defame China and SAR’s government, causing ‘brainwashing’ to teenagers. I use so much effort to keep my mind clear.
@DanielLinfromHKChina Liberal Studies is the only subject that you can express your views 100% freely. How is it “brainwashing” ? If you really love China and the HKSAR government so much, I’m sure you can still get a good result in your exam by expressing your “patriotic” opinions. But I doubt that you know what is critical thinking because you are still a F.1 student. :)