Saturday, 1 July 2017

Lam's New Look?

Carrie Lam wears vibrant red for the flag-raising ceremony on July 1
For her first day in office, Carrie Lam Cheng Yuet-ngor wanted to show her more human side. So what did she do?

Brought a video team filming her getting her hair and make up done to become Hong Kong's next chief executive.

She changed again to inspect the Macau-Zhuhai-HK Bridge
Really?

None of the previous chief executives -- Tung Chee-hwa, Donald Tsang Yam-kuen or Leung Chun-ying did this.

I really don't care what the leader of Hong Kong looks like as long as he/she does a good job.

The video on Facebook shows her in a salon where someone is setting her hair and another putting on her make up at 5.30am.

https://www.facebook.com/carrielam.hksar/videos/751967808316121/

And she did four wardrobe changes -- it seemed coordinated with Chinese First Lady Peng Liyuan, who wore more understated black on July 1, while Lam wore bright colours.

Peng Liyuan (left) in muted colours compared to Lam (right)
Was this really necessary?

Is this a sign Lam is becoming a fashion plate?

We aren't convinced this is a new side of Lam, but more window dressing of a new regime...

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