Dear Mr Leung,
First of all, I am writing to — wait, did I just call you “Dear” and “Mr”? Sorry, I take that back. You don’t deserve that. And sorry, I didn’t mean I am sorry at all. You don’t deserve that either.
Until this past weekend, I have happily served on the Panel. I have learned a lot, and been pleased with my tiny, meager contribution to my fellow Hong Kongers. I never liked you, but I consider it my civic duty to serve.
Congratulations. You have yet again confirmed many’s suspicion about you as a person, and crushed any lingering hope for some who once thought you were one of us.
Keeping stability and prosperity in Hong Kong was the dream of my parents’ and grandparents’ generations. You have waved goodbye to that on our behalf. Thank you.
Your ordering of disproportionate violence to unarmed and largely peaceful demonstrators left me with no option but resign from the Panel.
One has to wonder: why are you doing all these? Haven’t you proven enough that you are (1) incompetent as the CE of Hong Kong, (2) a liar [this came from Henry Tang, not me], and (3) simply a mean, mean person? Where do you think you are heading next in your career? Beijing? Or the Hague?
Ultimately, if this is all beyond your control, that you are just following order from the Liaison Office or Beijing, fine. I have a tiny bit more sympathy. But at least you can do what I have just done. Resign. It doesn’t solve all the problems, but it will give all of us Hong Kongers a reason to have a drink.
2）My father occasionally reads my writing. He wouldn’t like what I have written. Thankfully his English is rather limited.（這句要用英文，不解釋）