近日 成龍 (陳港生先生) 在海南博鰲亞洲論壇 反對中國人享有自由的言論，不單針對香港和台灣人應有的權利，更鼓勵政府剝奪市民個人自由，污蔑港台之餘，嚴重破壞港台享有言論、出版、集會自由的普世核心價值。
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Dear Prof. Ng Ching-fai, Vice Chancellor of the Hong Kong Baptist University (email: [email protected]), Professor Kevin Thompson of the Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts (http://www.hkapa.edu/asp/general/general_staff_email.asp?id=1〈=eng&mode=gui), and Chairman, Hong Kong Tourism Board, Hon. James Tien (email: [email protected]):
I would like to bring your attention on the recent comments by Mr. Jackie Chan (Chan Kong-sang) on the Boao Asia Forum held in Boao, Hainan Island, questioning the fundamentals of freedom for individuals, as well as questioning the level of interventions and controls by the Government in terms of individual freedoms in Hong Kong, and in Taiwan. This has severely undermined /back-lashed the core values of Hong Kong people on their pursuit for freedom, including the freedom of speech, publication, and assembly, and the pursuit for treasuring and cherishing such values.
As a Honourary Doctorate or a Fellow of a higher education institute, Mr. Chan should always in the pursuit for defending these core values, and should not make groundless, inappropriately sarcastic and ironic remarks on the degree of freedom in Hong Kong and in Taiwan.
This has seriously undermined the competency and standards of a higher decree in which an Honouray Doctorate/Fellow or Tourism Ambassador should process.
Being the Tourism Ambassador for Hong Kong, Mr. Chan has also dampen the intentions of the residents of Taiwan in travelling to Hong Kong for business, pleasure and exchanges, it would not add any positive light to the development of Cross Straits relationships.
I believe that not only the recent comments from Jackie Chan are not adherence with his identity as a holder of Honourary Doctorate/ Fellowship, and the role as a Tourism Ambassador, they are also in serious contradictions and conflicts with those identities. Mr. Jackie Chan has lost the credibility, as well as public integrity in which the Doctorate degree or Fellowship, and the role as a Tourism Ambassador, have conferred/bring about to him.
Hence, for the safeguard of public creditability and integrity, I hereby request:
1) The Hong Kong Baptist University should strip/forfeit Mr. Chan from the Honourary Doctorate Degree in Social Science conferred to him in 1996
2) The Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts should strip/forfeit Mr. Chan from the Honourary Fellowship conferred to Mr. Chan in 1998.
3) The Hong Kong Tourism Board should withdraw the title of “Tourist Ambassador” from Mr. Chan.