Open season

Officials are considering letting people shoot wild boars again, after one bit a cop. In the old days, the authorities gave a group of guys permits to hunt the pigs for a few days each year. The most prominent participant was veteran democrat and Professional Teachers Union founder Szeto Wah, who was apparently a pretty good shot.

In these better-Red-than-expert days, the NatSec regime will vet marksmen for CCP-style patriotism, and you’ll end up with Holden Chow rampaging round the country parks with a hunting rifle, accidentally shooting Elizabeth Quat while she waves a fake firearms licence.

The government is out for journalists too. It is sorely vexed over a Bloomberg op-ed about the rigged ‘elections’. And it has denied a new visa for Economist correspondent Sue-lin Wong. Perhaps because of the paper’s not-always-flattering graphics featuring Xi Jinping as an emperor?

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4 Responses to Open season

  1. Chinese Netizen says:

    “The government is out for journalists too. It is sorely vexed over a Bloomberg op-ed about the rigged ‘elections’. And it has denied a new visa for Economist correspondent Sue-lin Wong. Perhaps because of the paper’s not-always-flattering graphics featuring Xi Jinping as an emperor?”

    But let’s keep hammering home Hong Kong’s “core values”. Or is it “resolute values” now?

  2. Chinese Netizen says:

    In other news, it was revealed the first Asian Muppet will make its debut on Sesame Street. No word yet if it’s Vag, The CENO, Paul Chan or Shit Jumping.

  3. quatsquat says:

    I may be wrong, but I can find no verification of this, so here goes. I thought they actually still do allow some “hunters” to own rifles to hunt these boars. My only source is a local friend who told me this whilst we were hiking one day in glorious tuen mun. I can not authenticate the accuracy of this statement. Anyone know?

  4. Low Profile says:

    Any chance of Holden Chow and the Quat Doctor shooting each other?

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