James Sturcke: ‘Still to prove himself in China’s eyes’
From Guardian Unlimited:
Hong Kong’s new interim leader, seen by many as a shoo-in for the job on a permanent basis, might seem an unlikely person to be running part of the world’s biggest communist country.
Donald Tsang is a devout Roman Catholic who was knighted for decades of service to the territory’s former colonial rulers. However, he doesn’t like to be called Sir Donald, and has proven himself to be a loyal civil servant since Hong Kong was returned to China from British control in 1997.