Hong Kong National Security Law: Hong Kong property prices are still hovering at high levels

Some people have immigrated because of the legislation of the Hong Kong National Security Law, and they said that there will be a wave of immigration. Some media say that the leaders of certain political parties and certain artists have moved to other countries after selling their properties at a price. But is this the case?

Zhongyuan boss Shi Yongqing wrote in his article on am730 that property prices have not fallen sharply since the enactment of the Hong Kong National Security Law. From the perspective of the Central Plains Index, the index published by the National Security Law (July 2020) On the 3rd), from 178.48 to the short term (February 3, 2021), 176.21 has dropped by 1.27%, which is not as severe as some media said.

This raises a question as to why those media want to belittle Hong Kong’s property market or magnify the “immigrant tide”? The author believes that it has nothing to do with their readership and even the newspaper’s position. Especially in today’s popular social media, because of the relationship between the algorithm, will deliberately push the content that users are interested in to them, and then strengthen their ideas. But whether their thinking is correct, this becomes a question.

The saying goes well: “Big talk will become true a hundred times.” It doesn’t mean that “big talk” really becomes “truth”, but “big talk” is said too much, and everyone thinks it is true. But a lie is always a lie, and there will be a day when it will be debunked. This is equivalent to saying that on August 31, 2019, anti-revision demonstrators were killed in Prince Edward Station because riot police entered the subway station, but they were provided from the subway. In the CCTV footage, you can’t see the situation at all.

So the most important thing for a person is analytical ability.

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