已經想不起上次為香港感到高興是多久以前的事了。No news is good news。 新聞都不是好消息。當真？凡事總有例外！昨天傍晚的大好新聞令余興奮得在手機上與幾個朋輩群組奔走相告,額手稱慶。馬年伊始，香港少一點戾氣，恭喜恭喜！
也來談一下反動政客憑藉炒作之所謂新聞自由度名單,排名比我們高的包括歐洲非常富裕超小型國家,人口分別不足4萬及8萬之Liechtenstein和Andorra, 也有比他們人口多十倍,50萬人之Cape Verde及70多萬人之Comoros;亦有人口比香港多逾倍之Burkina Faso,但這國家之識字率僅得25%且人均國民生產總值每年不足港幣5,000元。更值得注意的是排名僅比我們高一位的Mauritania,請看看國際特赦組織Amnesty International對這國家的評語：“complete disregard for legal procedure, fair trial, or humane imprisonment”(即完全不理法治,對囚犯不人道)。你會相信哪一個機構所作的評估呢？
後記：讓我答复一下部分同學的回應。Peter,這事件在勞工法的框架裡並不是Dismissal，而是終止僱傭合約。前者不能無理或不合理，後者即使是即時的只要符合合約內容或支付代通知金就可；而且是雙方面均如是，僱員即炒老闆魷魚尤為普遍。商台已在14號交代了理由：她在調離早晨節目後在其傍晚節目不停的罵雇主同時令到收聽率下降。她罵天罵地罵其他人罵了9年，也由她，哪能說沒言論自由，罵老闆罵個不停是充分的死罪。除了香港電台，其他老闆哪有這麼海量？ Prof Chee寫回應之後，她更變本加厲，16/2在城市論壇說“我是證人，我說的就是證據”。已儼然被泛民傳媒及政棍捧成民主女神的下一句名言可能是“我說的就是真理”。正如網上流傳，鄭大奸的電台一定與其天造地設。
- 16樓. cheungahshui2014/08/25 17:59哪有花钱请人骂自己的老板？
- 15樓. jwan2014/02/26 18:27沒有調查就沒有發言權
鄭經翰、李慧玲 provided some other facts in 風波裡的茶杯:
1）尚未離職就傾準備過檔的事宜， 仲同大班錄埋音，有憑有據。D100 does not have money to hire her before she was fired.
2）收聽率不斷下降。More data are needed.沒有調查就沒有發言權
3）在節目中不停的鬧商台。Had been for 9.5 years, not only from last November.
Of course she is fired now because she did not resign last November. She had said she would stay until the last minute, which surprised 商台。
It was surprised that 商台 fired her in such an ugly way. They should have known that 李慧玲 is a public figure and this is a sensitive moment.
after receiving the above link, i tortured myself for more than 2 hours listening to that mad dog 鄭大奸. apparently, Li admitted that her relationship with CR had all along been good up to her transfer from am to pm. she'd truly been cursing for 9.5 years, but not at her employer. she bore grudge only at & after the said transfer. this corresponds completely with what GM/CR Ms Chan's statement to the press a couple of days after the firing.zhangWL 於 2014/02/26 19:10回覆
moreover, CR is really a commercial enterprise, if the audience ratings of Li's evening program was not dropping, firing her may hv adverse effect on advertisement income.
- 14樓. top dog2014/02/26 17:56mad house
Teacher swearing at cops; protesters calling chinese as 支那人; deluded shock jocks ranting that she's fired cos of cy leung's conspiracy. Has hong kong becomes a theatre of the absurd. get me out of this mad house.
- 13樓. Frankie2014/02/26 12:58good old days
It may not be fair for me to make the comments about HK since I’ve been away for so long. Even though I try to keep up, I still can’t feel the reality.
In my perspective, everything becomes conspiracy nowadays in HK. The media is exaggerating to the most for any single matter. HK government is not functioning properly. The “political” idols are making scenes to catch media attention. CY Leung is the worst politician and lack of public work experience. His subordinates are as bad or worse except those have public service background. The high price real estate strategy (the main income of the government) isn’t really working. A mediocre economy is adding oil to fire. The combination of all of above creates a unrest society and put it into a bad cycle. Everything is negative.
In today’s news, a public worker at Education Department is penalized and terminated because she used her influence to help a friend’s child to enroll in a particular school. It happened all day long in the past. Is it such a serious matter? Anyway, it wasn’t in the news ever when we were young – maybe naïve and innocent as quoted by Jiang.
I really enjoy the life in HK when we were young. “Politics” is only for the fun of a very small group of people. Government functioned well. People only pay attention to working hard for a better living. Comparatively there is not too much progress in life for HK, maybe materialistic improvement but really not life.
We called ourselves Chinese all the time when we were young but we told people that we are HKer when travelling overseas. HKer had no identity nor belonged to any country – not British nor Chinese even though we held a “British” passport. After 97, most HKer are at lost because we don’t know our identity. We remain as HKer.
Just to share some opinion from an overseas HKer.
- 12樓. dan doo2014/02/25 15:17On HK's Media
This is an excellent article & should be published in all newspaper in HK & in mainland(except Apple Daily).
- 11樓. stephen yuen2014/02/17 14:43nice
Georgeous view and excellent photography
- 10樓. Edmond2014/02/16 15:213 points
- 9樓. Chee to P2014/02/16 15:02freedom of speech
I agree that she was being treated roughly and I don’t think she deserves that kind of treatment. However, whatever sympathy I had for her quickly dissipated when I listened to her statements in the interview. She was 100% sure that C. Y. Leung was behind her dismissal. This really typifies her style – strong and loud statement without any proof. Unfortunately this style is also shared by so many of these so call Pan-democrates. Is that freedom of speech? I don’t think so I would classify that as verbal abuse. I would defend with my life the freedom of speech but don’t mix the two up.
- 8樓. P2014/02/16 00:34freedom of speech
Your blog your view.
Some agree some don't,
So better just read and
not making comment..
Wise not wise ah……ha ha
Agreed that she is not the key to affect renewal of the radio license. But she did not deserve an immediate dismiss unless due to unknown violation of company rules, eg. bribery.
I would take serious thoughts about that ONE MALE selfish heart and obedient dog mind to the NORTH ADULT,....just like what HKTV ( Wong Wai Kee ) encountered in being disqualified in their application of TV license.....
These are my own views....yes I dislike the present government's moves / actions......shrinken our freedom and not giving out their hugh revenues, eg. Paying out hk$ 10,000 per year to each of us....just like Macau govt.....ha ha.
- 7樓. Tammy2014/02/15 10:46生活的學習過程