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Petitioning D&G

No Discrimination Against Hong Kongers in Hong Kong!

Outrageous racism of D&G shop and the Tsimshatsui mall in Hong Kong, reported by the popular and daring Apple Daily of Hong Kong. The D&G (Dolce & Gabbana) shop in Hong Kong didn't allow Hongkongers to take photos in the public area in the street outside the shop. Camera was covered by the security guard. The guard in the mall told the reporter that local Hong Kong residents are not welcome to visit as they only expect luxury goods buyers from the communist governed maindland China to come. Tourists from communist China are obviously allowed to take photos in the public steet area outside the shop. Lawyers told the press that this is infringement of public assess and human rights. The reporter came to test the shop and the mall in Tsimshatsui, as a follow-up action of readers' complaints.

If you are not luxury goods buyers from Communist China, or if you are not prepared to buy as rampantly as the communist buyers do, please think twice before you come to vist Hong Kong, which is now a place contaminated with communist racism, greed and bad manners of luxury outlets. We Hongkongers regret to tell you this, but as our SAR Hong Kong government is dwarfed by the communist Chinese government in Peking (Beiijing), who claim to be the most powerful nation next to the USA, we can only treat you well when Hong Kong regain its autonomy. Thank you for your time in reading this, and we feel sorry for it. (drafted by Chan Wan, Ph.D, cultural critic of Hong Kong)






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I just signed the following petition addressed to: D&G.

The staff of D&G shop in Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong outrageously disallowed Hong Kongners taking pictures of the store display, while blatantly admitting that ONLY MAINLAND CHINESE are allowed to do so! As reported by the daring Apple Daily on Jan 5th 2012, staff of D&G (Dolce & Gabbana) and of the local mall located in a busy shopping area in Hong Kong illegally banned locals from taking pictures of display items of the store. According to lawyers of Hong Kong, the display should be considered public, and D&G nor anyone has the rights to violently block any individual, citizen or alike, from taking pictures in or of the public. Most important, the now world-infamous shop is RACIALLY DISCRIMINATING against the local Hong Kongers!

Say no to racism against Hong Kongners!