Trust me the HKRL does not see that comment as a criticism Spinner, and they more then understand the need to not only increase the number of people getting exposed to the game in the region, but also make sure there is an ever increasing number of locals being part of that group. Whilst in the contact version of the game the split isn't great, there was still a significant increase in the number of people of Asian heritage taking part in 2016 vs 2015. Naturally the HKRL will use those who have had a taste in League to encourage them to bring their friends and family moving forward. Where the HKRL has had significantly more success is with the Tag competitions in particular the weekly Social Tag. Here the split is sometimes as great as 80 - 20 locals v ex-pats. More events, more regularly and appealing to different skill levels is the other strategy the HKRL is looking at however as you'd be aware Spinner, the more you do the more time, effort and resources required from those running the organisation to achieve it all.