Cheung Hsiu-hsien, a former member of the Scholar Thought who owed a loan of millions of dollars earlier, published an article on Facebook last night (2nd) about the election of the CUHK Review Council, saying that "those who advocate Hong Kong independence should not run for the Council position." .
At the same time that Zhang Xiuxian was exposed to debts, he was also accused of joining the "Basic Law Student Center" with an institutional background. He was immediately criticized by non-establishment people after he posted an article yesterday.
Zhang Xiuxian said on Facebook that the CUHK Alumni Council is an important platform for alumni and should not be used as a propaganda platform for Hong Kong independence.
Afterwards, non-establishment figures left messages of criticism.
Refers to the need to take necessary measures to ensure the overall interests of CUHK
Zhang Xiuxian said in the post that the alumni council is an important platform for alumni and should not become a propaganda platform for Hong Kong independence.
If you run for the council with the political idea of Hong Kong independence, I am afraid that it will only hurt CUHK and Hong Kong in the end.
He cited the goals of the CUHK Alumni Senate, including: "to assist in the promotion of the University's activities, to enhance the interests of the University, to achieve the goals of the University", and "to promote a good relationship between the University and the public". The statutory organization stipulated in the CUHK Ordinance needs to take necessary measures to ensure the overall interests of CUHK. It is hoped that alumni "distinguish right from wrong and try to maintain the image of CUHK. Those who advocate Hong Kong independence should not run for the Senate."
Zhang Xiuxian's post drew criticism from non-establishment figures.
Zhao Zhubang, a former member of the Shatian district of the New Democratic League, criticized that some people asked for the money back before, but there was no statement to respond, and he did not publicly admit his problems, but now he "rushed out to help protect the establishment" and "return everyone's money to see the story." ".
(File photo/Photo by Ou Jiale)
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And former Sham Shui Po District Councilor Li Wenhao also left a message saying that refusing to support Zhang Xiuxian to participate in the election in 2020, "may be one of the most correct things I have done in my political career."
He pointed out that in 2020, among the 47 people arrested in the pro-democracy primary election, some people spoke well for Zhang Xiuxian, saying, "You are not like that, it may be a misunderstanding, so don't bite you, tell you It will change, you will no longer be like 18 years old."
Li Wenhao said that after the person finished speaking that day, he never mentioned Zhang Xiuxian again.
"Now that he sees you like this in the family, what would he think?"
Former Yau Tsim Mong district councilor Lin Zhaobin said with a smile: "After writing this post, someone will help you pay off the debt? 10,000? 20,000?"
Zhang Xiuxian began to borrow money when he was a student, and it is expected to reach four or five million yuan. Some people borrowed millions and planned to report to the former democrats︱Zhang Xiuxian suspected that he joined the establishment organization and switched to the camp. Give him some space to deal with Zhang Xiuxian's debt scandal. Joshua Wong wrote an article in prison saying that there are traces to be found Zhang: No betrayal of fellow travelers