I would like to reply to that question by way of citing the two pieces of articles below. I am sure we all agree that between the two articles,one by Ming Poa dated March 23 (I enclose below)and the other by Yuk Man (which you enclose), we can see the gulf difference in the professionalism of journalism between the two. In fact they are the two extreme examples where one is similar to a Govt propaganda (the Mainland China kind of journalism) whereas the other is a clear high level anaylsis of the political implication and scenrio surrrounding the so called 'Election' in Hong kong and the shambolic Canadidate carvassing just taken place in the past few months. March 25th is a sad day for Hong Kong. What happened was a big step backward away from the pace of democracy in Hong Kong and that was made possible by the action of the ·ºÃñ. It's disgraceful! If they are to be given any benefits of the doubt, they are just plain stupid to the highest order.