Let's All Shut Up and Make Money: Hong Kong’s Last 100 Days as a British Colony




      Let's All Shut Up and Make Money: Hong Kong’s Last 100 Days as a British Colony
THE END OF EMPIREand of cartoons as we know them Find out what really happened during those final days as the countdown clock ticked, in this special 20th anniversary edition Pre handover supermarket specials Last minute pregnancies before the one child policy kicks in The great tacky souvenir epidemic The invasion of the foreign reporters Britain lifts a finger for Hong Kongplus the Talks, the Banquet, and an international cast of characters.Includes the entire series of Lily Wong cartoons written during the last 100 days, plus Feign s cartoon essay for Time Magazine The Post Handover Weather Report from German magazine Geo Other previously unpublished cartoons A Politically Incorrect View of the HandoverTwenty years after the event, see how many of Feign s predictions came true.You ll laugh at this book almost as loud as Chinese leaders laugh at Hong Kong people s calls for democracy Feign has a piercing sense of irony and is laugh out loud funny Nury Vittachi, Far Eastern Economic Review Gratuitous cracks at po faced pontifications on the territory Geremie Barme, The Australian I was furious Allen Lee, HK politician, commenting on Feign s cartoons in The Last Governor by Jonathan Dimbleby New Read [ Let's All Shut Up and Make Money: Hong Kong’s Last 100 Days as a British Colony ] Author [ Larry Feign ] For Kindle ePUB or eBook – heartforum.co.uk

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  • Paperback
  • 112 pages
  • Let's All Shut Up and Make Money: Hong Kong’s Last 100 Days as a British Colony
  • Larry Feign
  • English
  • 11 July 2019
  • 962786613X

10 thoughts on “ Let's All Shut Up and Make Money: Hong Kong’s Last 100 Days as a British Colony

  1. Ryan Woo says:

    I love the satirical humor in this comic The irony is that the situation of Hong Kong nowadays is outmatched the ridiculous and outrages settings in the comics I would recommend anyone who has set foot to Old Hong Kong and loves it to read this book.

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