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[Summer Ex 10(S)] Scuffles erupt in Mong Kok rally

本文由 Nikk 在 2013-08-15 發表於 "TVNews Student Forum" 討論區

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    1. Have you watched the clip of the primary school teacher shouting abuse at police? Why did she do so?
    2. What do the ‘polarised’ opinions in the clip refer to? What do you think of the ‘Alpais Lam incident’?

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    1. No I did not.

    2. I think she should not shout at the police.
     
    #2 nickname-gps-158006, 2013-08-15
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    1) Yes, I have watched the clip. The primary school teacher was yelling insults at the police for not doing enough about a group that was interfering with a Falun Gong protest on the street.
    2) The 'polarised' opinions are refer to the following two aspects: 1. Some netizens speaking out in defence of the teacher who has since issued an apology to the school, parents and students for her inappropriate choice of words. 2. Others say that police should be able to do their job without being subject to abuse and criticised the teacher for using foul language. I am convinced that the 'Alpais Lam incident' can let Hong Kong citizens think about the true significance of the free of speech whether people have the rights to shout abuse at others or not, especially for the professionals, such as teachers and politicians.
     
    #3 JeannieWong, 2013-08-15
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    2. What do the ‘polarised’ opinions in the clip refer to? What do you think of the ‘Alpais Lam incident’?
    The 'polarised' opinions are refer to some netizens supporting the teacher, Alpais Lam, to state the teacher had done nothing wrong. The others refer to some netizens censure the attitude of the teacher for saying foul words. I think this incident was just a samll incident but was being enlarged by some radical netizens and politicians. This incident show Hong Kongers need to change their radical attitude and learn a lesson from The Standing Man in Turkey.
     
    #4 Tiffany Yu3A33, 2013-08-16
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    1)Have you watched the clip of the primary school teacher shouting abuse at police? Why did she do so?
    Yes,I have. She would do it because she thought the police were wrong by solving the problem and she yelled to the police by using foul language.
     
    #5 Fiona Yu, 2013-08-16
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    1. Have you watched the clip of the primary school teacher shouting abuse at police? Why did she do so?

    No. I think she just wanted to express her discontent and anger.
     
    #6 nickname-sps-255664, 2013-08-16
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    1. No,I don't. I think she may be too emotional and angry with the government and the police since they are doing nothing.
    2. Some people think that Hong Kong people have the freedom of speech. They will support the teacher for saying her words and she has done nothing wrong. Other group of people think that being a educator, saying foul language in the public place is a inappropriate action. I think that she must be nice and should not say foul language to the police. What we speak show how we are educated.
     
    #7 nickname-sps-663207, 2013-08-17
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    No, I have not watched the clip of the primary school teacher shouting abuse at police.

    The ‘polarised’ opinions in the clip refer to some people said it was the freedom of speech. Other people said she should not say some foul lagrange because she is a teacher.
    I think this ‘Alpais Lam incident’ is a joke. Hong Kong people is too serious. There was a lot of online debate and parade which was causes of a person using foul language. May be actually Alpais have some inappropriate choice of words, that is her freedom of speech. We do not have the right to criticize her.
     
    #8 nickname-lyc-725746, 2013-08-17
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    1) No, I didnt. The primary school teacher was yelling at the police for not doing their jobs.
    2)There are two perspectives of voices, some suppoting the teacher and some supporting the police. The opinions are becoming more and more extreme. I think the teacher just wanted to express her anger and lost control over her emotion, she should not be criticised that heavily. People have free of speech, many people speak foul language, even in the public some lego Councillors also speak foul language to insult the government officials with high rank.
     
    #9 nickname-sps-962325, 2013-08-17
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    1. Yes, I did. The primary school teacher was yelling at the police for asking her to be quiet.
    2. There are two perspectives of voices, some supporting the teacher and some supporting the police. I think the teacher may be too angry and that she can't control herself.
     
    #10 nickname-sps-336794, 2013-08-17
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    1. Yes, I did. Apparently the police weren't doing a good job at keeping law and order and she demanded a reason.
    2. They probably refer to the two groups of people that either a. support Alpais Lam or b. don't support Alpais Lam.
     
    #11 nickname-sps-193705, 2013-08-18
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    1. Have you watched the clip of the primary school teacher shouting abuse at police? Why did she do so?
    No, I haven't.
    2. What do the ‘polarised’ opinions in the clip refer to? What do you think of the ‘Alpais Lam incident’?
    One of the polarised opinions support the police and another one support the primary school teacher. I think that this incident is not really serious and the citizens should not enlarge this incident anymore . Everyone is given the freedom of speech, we should not interfere with other's right. We should also observe things in different perspectives, not just oppose to others' opinions. Alpais Lam as a teacher, people think that she mustn't speak those foul language, but we should also think from her perspective. Everyone has different emotions , including teachers . Thus, we should respect others' actions and thinkings.
     
    #12 nickname-sps-236737, 2013-08-18
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    1. No, I have not watched the clip of the primary school teacher shouting abuse at police.
    2. There are different opinions between this case. Some people support the teacher ans others support the police. I think saying foul language is an inappropriate behaviour. People should learn how to control themselves and not to be too radical in a protest.
     
    #13 nickname-sps-620442, 2013-08-18
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    2) It refers to the voices of supporting the action teacher and the supporting the police.I think the teacher should be more objective and rational as she has to be a role modal as a teacher.
     
    #14 nickname-sps-255664, 2013-08-18
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    Have you watched the clip of the primary school teacher shouting abuse at police? Why did she do so?

    yes, she did so since the way that police solving the problem is not a proper one. She just want to express her opinion to the police.
     
    #15 nickname-sps-264103, 2013-08-19
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    1. Have you watched the clip of the primary school teacher shouting abuse at police? Why did she do so?
    Yes, I have. She did so because she was too angry and she cannot control her emotions.

    2. What do the ‘polarised’ opinions in the clip refer to? What do you think of the ‘Alpais Lam incident’?
    Some netizens speaking out in defence of the teacher; while others think that Alphais Lam should not speak foul language as she is a teacher.
    I think that Alphais Lam spoke foul language in the public is because she was too angry and she failed to control herself. I believe that she is a good teacher. Also, there are many people speaking foul language in the public every day, then, why don't people criticize those people?
     
    #16 Michelle Leung, 2013-08-19
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    1.Have you watched the clip of the primary school teacher shouting abuse at police? Why did she do so?
    2. There are two perspectives of voices, some supporting the teacher and some supporting the police. I think the teacher may be too angry and that she can't control herself.
     
    #17 nickname-kan-465944, 2013-08-19
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    1. Yes, I have. Because she claimed that the police have intimidate her.
    2. The two groups of people stand very firm in their point and become radical. I think it is quite unacceptable that the teacher couldn't control herself and she should have been more rational in the whole incident.
     
    #18 nickname-sps-971910, 2013-08-19
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    1.Yes i have watched the clip. The primary teacher scolded the police.
    2.Two different opinions,some supported the police and some supported the primary teacher.I think as a teacher, a role model of many children no matter how angry she is,she should control her anger.
     
    #19 nickname-sps-145797, 2013-08-19
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    1. Have you watched the clip of the primary school teacher shouting abuse at police? Why did she do so?
    Yes, I have watched the clip. She did so because she is too emotional and angry with the police because she thinks they didn't do their work probably. She just wants to express her views.
    2. What do the ‘polarised’ opinions in the clip refer to? What do you think of the ‘Alpais Lam incident’?
    'Polarised' opinions refer to different views from Hong Kong citizens. Some people support the teacher, Alpais Lam, but some people support the police. I think this is only an small incident but was enlarged by some Hong Kong citizens. Also, I think both the teacher and the police have did some wrong things. The teacher should not shout foul language to the police. And the police should do their work probably.
     
    #20 nickname-sps-538564, 2013-08-19