An Englishman’s Adventures in the Hong Kong Marine Police 英國人在香港水警的歷險記
Les Bird’s memoir A Small Band of Men: An Englishman’s Adventures in the Hong Kong Marine Police follows him and his cohorts through 20 years of gripping crime-fighting stories. Bird joined the Hong Kong Marine Police in 1976 during a period of rapid change, and led his men in combat with growing organized crime in the years leading up to the handover back to China in 1997. As a senior officer, he dealt with highly sensitive issues including refugees fleeing Vietnam and the smuggling of guns, drugs, people and luxury goods to and from mainland China. He recounts some of these tales, accompanied by a backdrop of fascinating photographs, in conversation with Annemarie Evans of RTHK. In ENGLISH.
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Les Bird的回憶錄《A Small Band of Men: An Englishman’s Adventures in the Hong Kong Marine Police》跟著他和他的同夥走過了長達20年的打擊犯罪故事。 Bird於迅速的變化的1976年加入香港水警，在有組織犯罪不斷增加的情況下帶領同夥的戰鬥中，直到1997年移交中國為止。 這些問題包括逃離越南的難民以及來往中國大陸的槍支、毒品、人員和奢侈品的走私。 他與香港電台的Annemarie Evans交談，講述了其中一些故事，並配以迷人的照片。
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Les Bird joined the Hong Kong Marine Police in 1976 during a period of rapid change in one of the British Empire’s few remaining colonies, and witnessed the last years of the hard-working, hard-drinking colonial policemen handing out rough justice in the World of Suzie Wong.
Annemarie Evans is a British print journalist and broadcaster who has made Hong Kong her home for the past 27 years.