'If Hong Kong is a “Jiang Hu”, the world of gangsters, it is controlled by four major gangs, including Li Ka Shings’s Cheung Kong, Lee Shau Kee’s Henderson Land, Kwok Brothers’ Sun Hung Kai, and Cheng Yu Tung’s New World. All four gangs have been using the infamous “Land Monopoly Hegemony”. Victims attacked by this fist are doomed to be workaholic until they are dead from overwork, while their efforts will only benefit the gangs. Commoners can hardly resist such vital power, therefore we should practice “Counter-Hegemony Fist”' - excerpt from Lee Chun Fung's website.
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