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- 21 October 2005 at 3:41 pm #6931Anonymous
This thread discusses the Content article: Meeting w Selina Chow re Lantau
Shouldn’t the punch-up be done when public is watch?
Loy22 October 2005 at 10:36 am #7823
Yeah, when there are some tv news crews around.
I’d like a ringside seat, please.
But, maybe we’ll find that some more dialogue helps explain to Selina C (and others) about these mysterious creatures called greenies, and even regular people. And how we want development – but sustainable type, not just big silly concrete projects that cost far more than they earn, while wrecking yet more of the planet.
Martin26 October 2005 at 10:10 am #7824
just sent this follow-up email to Ms Chow; can but try, eh?!Quote:Dear Ms Chow:
Thank you for meeting Lantau residents, and me, regarding the future of Tung Chung, Lantau – and even Hong Kong tourism (!)
As I hope you will have seen from the Sustainable Development Plan for Lantau, it is not correct to say “greenies” are against economic progress.
Instead – speaking for me at least – opposed to Big Silly Concrete Projects, that maybe masquerade as “development” but can cost far more than they recoup (anyone willing to show us figures for Cyberport?)
The Plan – much as the plan from Loy Ho of the Lantau Post – places great emphasis on tourism on Lantau, making use of existing attractions, many of which are little known.
Would you be interested in visiting some of these places, maybe on a quick tour? If so, please let me know; it should be possible to arrange something.
Martin21 April 2006 at 10:57 pm #7825Anonymous
Mrs Chow seem interested only on where money is floating. Perhaps we need to form Lantau Tourism Bureaue to show our TB Director what hidden potential that could be. I am also quite annoyed that our lady is sitting on the West Kowloon Cultural District tourism promotion chair. Sorry to say, but I never see her visiting Cattle Pot or Kowloon City herself. Really worry what she is going promote this project with? I am just not convinced, but what would she cares?
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