If We use LIHKG force to change the world, we need an organized effort. And a action post which has push notifications plus always on top @ LIHKG
do you mean in order to achieve an efficient and effective campaign, we need to be well organized, right?
It’s great but I think quite difficult, bcoz too many things made by China. If we can encourage enterprises to move their products line to the other countries, not only China cannot steal the techniques from them, but also harm the economic growth in China （I guess... not sure... sorry) .
Sorry for my poor English
Trying to improve my English.
Please sign to request the house to treat BN(O)(HKers) equally in immigration and the granting of working visa as British Citizens, and include BN(O) in the potential Freedom of Movement with the United Kingdom.
pls sign & forward
1. Give Hong Kong BNOs full UK Citizenship (UK)
2. Re-establish government and HK Police (US)
3. Please include Television Broadcasts Limited (TVB) in "Hong Kong Human Rights and Democracy Act" (US)
good good! I suggest highlighting Chinese brand. Because there are so many things that are manufactured in China and people already resent them but there are limited amount of choices. (e.g. iPhone is also manufactured in China.)
But Chinese brands are relatively easy to remember and target, like Huawei, DJI, Tencent
I do agree that the “yellow lifestyle “ should be included boycott any material, goods & service from China.
Only patronising yellow shops is not enough. Why we should boycott completely? Imagine that if China companies earn money, they must pay tax to China tax authority, and ultimately it will pay back to triads for attack hkgers.
Ideally we can buy America products to show we are stand with America!
Let trump know we can support America practically. We are not only waving US flag to support.
It's actually easier than most people imagine. 5 months into this revolution, and I've already developed the habit of Googling a company's background before buying any of their products. It may sound troublesome but once you get used to it, it's as instinctive as unzipping your trousers before you poop. Pooping is inevitable, but you wouldn't want to poop in your pants, would you?
I know almost everything contains some parts that are manufactured in China, but you get the idea.
Report the crap out of them. Twitter has been pretty responsive compared with pro-Beijing Facebook.