I think there are two ways to understand that question. One is influence and interference, which Mr. Kwan talked about, in the political and economic system in Canada.
With respect to protection, I was born in Hong Kong, but I'm a Canadian citizen. I don't have my Hong Kong citizenship anymore. I feel secure, at least for now, but I will never go to Hong Kong. Just as Mr. Kwan has said, I would not go to Thailand or any other country that may have an extradition treaty with China. Even if they don't, they may send some of us back to China [Inaudible--Editor] what they want to have on us.
I'm only secure to the extent that I'm protected by the Canadian system. That protection, I hope, can be extended now to some of the people in Hong Kong who don't have the luxury and the protection that I have. I'm hoping that Canada will facilitate their entry to Canada.