Premier Wen Jiabao is in Macau to attend Chief Executive Fernando Chui Sai-on's policy address tomorrow.
Yesterday he delivered a stern lecture to Macau's ruling elite on their responsibility to its people:
"It is important to build a clean, transparent, efficient and people-centred government," he said. "It is also important the government works hard to improve the people's standards of living and let the fruits of development be shared by people from all walks of life, especially the poor."
Sounds like sensible words. In fact -- why doesn't he take his own advice?