Saturday, 10 February 2018

How Senior HK Officials' Luck Affect the City

Can you tell what kind of Year of the Dog Carrie Lam will have?
On TVB Jade tonight there was a segment where a host asked a fortune teller about how the Year of the Dog would be for Hong Kong's four senior officials.

She first asked about Chief Executive Carrie Lam Cheng Yuet-ngor, and the fortune teller said born the Year of the Rooster and roosters are typically hard working and so busy that she doesn't even have time to look after her family (and get toilet paper).

Apparently Cheung's mouth area shows his managerial skills
Part of this need to do everything stems from not being able to depend on others. As a result, she has to be careful looking after her health so she doesn't get run down.

Nevertheless, he also said due to her facial features (people in their 60s and onwards means examining their mouth and chin area), she is a very smart person and uses money well. The host then joked that Lam may be using our public money too well for big infrastructure projects and he agreed.

Next up was Chief Secretary Matthew Cheung Kin-chung. He was born in the Year of the Rabbit which makes him a nice person, but the fortune teller examined his mouth area and said that he's not very good at managing those underneath him...

Chan seems to furrow his brows often... why is that?
Does this mean his ideas aren't well executed or he doesn't have the right staff working for him?

The host asked about Financial Secretary Paul Chan Mo-po, and he's a Sheep. The fortune teller observed that Chan seems to furrow his brows often and this may mean that he's trying to keep things together, but it's tough going. The fortune teller suggested Chan was probably working too hard or taking things too much to heart...

Finally, new Justice Secretary Teresa Cheng Yeuk-wah. She is 60 which is her year, the Year of the Dog. However when it's your year, it's fan tai sui, usually considered not a good year for you -- but the fortune teller said it can mean lots of changes, good and bad.

The Year of the Dog won't be too good for Cheng...
He hinted it also depends on how you handle these changes, for better or for worse, and that buying items to deflect bad luck may not necessarily help solve the problems.

It was quite amusing hearing these general observations about our senior officials. We'll be watching closely to see if their attributes really are true or not. But it seems Cheng's woes regarding the illegal structures at her three properties really aren't a good start to the Year of the Dog...

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