low threshold, with applicants required to have a physical office in Hong Kong, with a minimum of two full-time PR professionals who have at least one yearâ€™s experience in the communications field
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Toeing the CCP party line, yup, "great" PR to the world. Not that they have much choice I suppose, but you don't need PR consultants to tell you that spewing out word-for-word what Beijing ordered them to say usually dosen't look good reputation-wise.Original Post Deleted
Yes, this is not a new problem, but this one takes the cake.
Out of sheer genius, firstly the next bus screen is facing away from the bus shelter. KMBâ€™s displays are much better in that regard.
Secondly, itâ€™s facing directly into one of those no parking/stopping signs.
What other examples of this sort of uncoordination can you find in HK?
The South China Morning Post is a reliable bastion of Chinese Communist Party propaganda intended for consumption by Western audiences, having been bought by Chinese eBay-a-like biz Alibaba five years ago.
Despite its nominally Hong Kong roots, today the newspaper largely trumpets whatever China's Foreign Office wants the world to think about China.