Noise pollution and even risque act regarding mainland “Dama” (middle-aged women) singers performing in Tuen Mun Park has continued since the return of these “singers” on Feb 22.
A fierce quarrel broke out while the residents attempted to drive them out. During the quarrel, an elderly in an electrical wheelchair played pro-CCP songs in order to drown out the criticism from the residents, he was also seen being physically aggressive towards the reporters.
During the conflict, the elderly, who was sitting in the wheelchair, suddenly stood up and told the reporters “I have never said that I was crippled”. He then approached the citizens and continued to quarrel with them.
Reporters have observed that there were a rear-view mirror and a horn on the wheelchair and thus deduced that it is most likely not a necessity for the elderly.
Source: The Editorial Board, HKUST Students’ Union