Carrie Lam, happy birthday! I wish you 64 years old and still remember your original aspirations and continue to shine in Greater China! As the first female chief executive since the opening of Hong Kong as a port, your contribution to China is truly unprecedented. I am afraid that there will be no one in the future. Hong Kong people will never forget it. An outstanding woman like you, no matter where she is, is not only as vivid and outstanding as a firefly in the dark, but also like the Saint Seiya of Greater China. The speed of light lifts Hong Kong to another level.
The world’s misunderstanding of you is too deep. Just like Legislative Council Member Xie Weijun spoke in public last week, criticizing the government’s culture as a “single word” and causing policies to be unsuitable. But he shouldn’t, and neither should you. You shouldn’t put other officials on your back in vain and hold hands for other members of the team. In the past few years, there have been too many meaningless rights and wrongs in Hong Kong: the director of the National Security Department went to patronize unlicensed massage shops. The Attorney General’s arrogance, what is it to you? The Financial Secretary sent money to the Bale to make trouble. What does it matter to you? The “corn meat bricks” in the Penny’s Bay quarantine camp of the Food Sanitation Bureau are difficult to eat. The century’s epidemic situation is not cleared and the vaccination rate is low. What is it to you?
Well, now that there is a rumor in the political and business circles, you intend to be re-elected; there are also some potential special committees who claim to have met with you. Since it is still too early to start the election, in a short period of time, unnecessary meetings can be avoided or avoided. You don’t know that the election committee has no position and is very fickle. In addition, the number of people has increased from 1,200. The number of people has increased to 1,500. Which place would need to take care of so many interests like Hong Kong! Many incense burners and many ghosts!
Anyway, you have already seized a seat on Radio Television Hong Kong. It is rare that you have such a high labor force and precious time every month, and you are willing to spare work time to do shows. Then you can directly find some only non-committal election committee to promote your governance philosophy through atmospheric radio waves. Canvassing votes is really embarrassing.
Uncle of the Greater Bay Area