Bob Rogers first set foot in Hong Kong in late 1974 and has remained there, working in the marine and aviation industries. Neither a politician nor a journalist he finds there is much to write about when it comes to recent events in Hong Kong.
A Hong Kong woman’s murder led to controversial extradition law which were withdrawn after subsequent protests so the killer avoided justice. Continue reading »
Our crustaceans wilting in boxes dumped by Triad smugglers. A dead police officer. There should be lobster-red faces in Australia. Continue reading »
Those behind the scenes who tried to use Hong Kong for their own aims not only failed but are comfortably sitting well away from the grief and anguish they sponsored. Continue reading »
The predictions by many Western pundits of tyranny and repression under Hong Kong’s 2020 security laws have failed to materialise. Continue reading »