Hong Kong Chief’s Daughter Flaunts Jewelry ‘Funded by Taxpayers’

by Admin on October 10, 2014

Hong Kong’s chief executive C.Y. Leung is at the center of the Hong Kong democracy protests, and now his daughter, Chai Yan, has incited further public anger, according to Jonathan Turley, by posting pictures of expensive jewelry and thanking the taxpayers she says bought it.

This isn’t the first time that Yan, a 22-year-old law student, has sparked public controversy on the internet. In the latest incident, she apparently responded to comments criticizing her for showing off new jewelry by retorting: “This is actually a beautiful necklace bought at Lane Crawford (yes – funded by all you HK taxpayers!! So are all my beautiful shoes and dresses and clutches!! Thank you so much!!!!)”

Keep reading for all the story details:
Jonathan Turley – Bling Zing: Daughter of Hong Kong Chief Enrages The Public With Taunting Posting Over Her Diamond Bracelet And “All My Beautiful Shoes and Dresses and Clutches”

Thailand Lawyer Comment:

Although Yan’s sense of entitlement is cringe-worthy, we think her attitude seems to foreshadow a bright career in politics, and we suspect she may be following in Daddy’s footsteps as a future elite politician. However, Yan clearly needs a crash course in diplomacy.

The first rule of politics is never let the “little people” know how much you despise them. Take Hillary Clinton for example putting on the old “Arkansas” twang to show the public she’s “one of the people.” After all, you don’t see Michelle Obama showing off her $12,000 dresses or acting elitist by shuttling her dog to a family vacation by a government helicopter.

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