ADDRESS TO THE CHINESE NATIONALS IN HONGKONG


I commiserate to all families and relatives of eight (8) Chinese Hong Kong nationals as tourists who were violently perished by a dismissed Manila Cop as the hostage taker at the Quirino Grandstand, Manila, Philippines last Monday, August 23, 2010.

I am strongly reviled the barbaric act of the demised police captain Rolando Mendoza who committed killings to your fellow 8 Chinese nationals and bestialized the image of my country.

I appeal to the Chinese nationals must not begrudge against Filipinos including the Philippine Consular Affairs (PCA) in Hong Kong. Please don’t aggravate this pessimistic issue and cease your scapegoat plots against to the innocent Filipino workers who were not involved in the post-hostage situation.  If you will terminate Filipino workers in your company, the diplomatic ties will be broken and sunken down your economy in Hong Kong. Again, please think several times not to stage impetuous protests against to the officials of the PCA and all Filipinos in your land.

Let’s understand the hostage crisis in the Philippines was an isolated case because we didn’t like the tragic deaths of your loved ones when they were toured here in our country.  Let’s wait for the final results of the investigation from the Department of Justice in the Philippines.

I humbly pray for more comforts and healings to the families in Hong Kong who lost their loved ones due to the callous fate in Manila. May the Lord bless to the Hong Kong Citizens in times of pains and sorrows.

STOP PUBLISHING PHOTOS OR IMAGES ON POST-HOSTAGE TRAGEDY

Local police, students and some foreign visitors were posing through photos or videos at the smashed Hong Thai tourist bus as their background attraction during the post-Manila hostage tragedy and publishing it at Facebook, youtube.com and other social media sites to heighten insolence to the Chinese community here and in Hong Kong.

I am requesting everyone to pull out or ban publishing your photos or videos on the aftermath of hostage drama in all social networking or media sites to alleviate fury of all Chinese community here and the rest of the globe.  I warn to the posers, you jerks, that crime spot is NOT a tourist landmark!

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