Tuesday, February 3, 2015
No time to read the papers until late last night. Saw this article in the front page. This could be potentially significant. Is the government signaling that for some services they no longer believe in leaving it to the private sector? On the other hand the security and integrity of this most critical infrastructure means that it cannot be left to business minded people who will inevitably take too much risk running it for profit. Just look at the repeated break-ins at our train depots.
This government almost never admit their mistakes. If they could be more humble, they will find themselves more trusted and respected. We would also be more cooperative. What is wrong with admitting failure or making a mistake? If you don't, we fear you have not learn the lesson and would repeat the mistake again and again. Why be like other governments?
Posted by PengYou at 5:48 AM