Miss Meixin was attacked by harbour rioters: something must be done now

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 Miss Meixin was attacked by harbour rioters: something must be done now


Miss Meixin Group: Something must be done now, otherwise conscience cant go through it. (Source: CCTV)

He Chaoqiong presents photos reflecting the real situation of Hong Kong, which will be displayed to the international community in his speech on the 10th.

Ms. He Chaoqiong and Ms. Wu Shuqing were interviewed at the Palais des Nations in Geneva on the 9th.

International Online Report: The 42nd session of the Human Rights Council of the United Nations opened on 9 September at the Palais des Nations, Geneva, Switzerland. Ms. Ho Chaoqiong, Chairperson of the Hong Kong Federation of Womens Associations, and Ms. Wu Shuqing, supervisory consultant, attended the Human Rights Council meeting as representatives of non-governmental organizations. They planned to address the General Assembly on 10 and 11, respectively, to introduce the real situation of Hong Kong to the international community and express the hope of the Hong Kong public to stop the riots and restore the society as soon as possible. The voice of order.

Ms. He Chaoqiong and Ms. Wu Shuqing are well-known social figures in Hong Kong. He Chaoqiong is the daughter of Macau gambling tycoon Ho Hung-soo and a successful businessman. He is currently the executive chairman of Sindh Group in Hong Kong and is known as the richest woman in Hong Kong. Wu Shuqing is the eldest daughter of Wu Zhande, the founder of Meixin Group in Hong Kong, and also the founder of the first Sino-foreign joint venture in the Mainland.

According to the text of Ms. He Chaoqiongs speech to the Human Rights Council of the United Nations, Ms. He Chaoqiongs speech was entitled The Truth of Hong Kong. The article mentions that the opinion of a small group of extreme demonstrators cannot represent 7.5 million Hong Kong people. In the past few months, these organized and premeditated incidents of violence in Hong Kong have never been allowed by the people of Hong Kong.

In an interview with reporters at the Palais des Nations on September 9, Ms. Ho Chaoqiong said that her speech to the United Nations was to introduce the real situation of Hong Kong to the international community and to express the publics desire to stop the riots and restore social order as soon as possible. Why is the perspective of overseas media coverage inconsistent with the daily situation faced by the people living in Hong Kong? The fear in our hearts has not been expressed. They simply report the so-called demonstrators in a single way. Instead of counting their violence as destruction, they say that they have taken the so-called lofty democratic consciousness and hijacked the other ordinary people of Hong Kong together.

Ms. He said that the reason why she came to the United Nations to speak out was that violence continued to spread and escalate in Hong Kong, which damaged Hong Kongs long-standing international image of peace and security; ordinary citizensdaily life was affected, even their personal safety was threatened; Hong Kongs economy was greatly impacted, especially in China. Small businesses are unsustainable; emotions within some families in Hong Kong have been affected, family members have suffered friction and misunderstanding because of different opinions, and some teenagers affected by extreme ideas have even left home. Ms Ho said that violence could not solve the problems Hong Kong now faces. Maybe there is a real difference in society. But differences require that we try to find a way to solve the problem with a peaceful mind, a mind of mutual respect and love for our blessed land. Instead of constantly making things harder to clean up. So in the Human Rights Council, I would like to point out that if Hong Kong really becomes a place of global concern, then the world will also give us space and time so that we can find ways to deal with our own affairs.

Ms. Ho Chaoqiong and Ms. Wu Shuqing were attacked and even threatened by Hong Kong extremists on the Internet after the announcement of their speeches to the Human Rights Council of the United Nations, but they said they did not regret coming forward to speak. Ms. Wu Shuqing, in particular, has recently become a thorn in the eyes of some extremists because she opposes the strike of middle school students who sponsor schools by herself. Ms. Wu Shuqing said in an interview with reporters on the 9th that the strikes in some schools in Hong Kong were manipulated by behind-the-scenes pushers. She firmly opposed the strikes and believed that students should not strike. She said she had to speak out for students and teachers, or her conscience would not pass. I had plans early on, and I knew they would target individuals. Of course youll be careful, but you cant hide at home whenever you have a problem. Some things have to be done. There are some things that must be done now, not to do now in the future their conscience can not go through. Source: CCTV Responsible Editor: Liu Yuxin_NBJS7825

Ms. Ho Chaoqiong and Ms. Wu Shuqing were attacked and even threatened by Hong Kong extremists on the Internet after the announcement of their speeches to the Human Rights Council of the United Nations, but they said they did not regret coming forward to speak. Ms. Wu Shuqing, in particular, has recently become a thorn in the eyes of some extremists because she opposes the strike of middle school students who sponsor schools by herself. Ms. Wu Shuqing said in an interview with reporters on the 9th that the strikes in some schools in Hong Kong were manipulated by behind-the-scenes pushers. She firmly opposed the strikes and believed that students should not strike. She said she had to speak out for students and teachers, or her conscience would not pass. I had plans early on, and I knew they would target individuals. Of course youll be careful, but you cant hide at home whenever you have a problem. Some things have to be done. There are some things that must be done now, not to do now in the future their conscience can not go through.