WHEN Lady Dunn is far away in England, the people of Hong Kong will still remember her as an extraordinary person who worked to improve the lot of Hong Kong people more than anyone else.
Countless people have benefited from her work, directly, or indirectly.
However, in spite of those achievements, there are still many people, especially the elderly living in conditions of financial distress, who have no voice.
Some survive thanks to the Community Chest, but that is not enough.
Lady Dunn helped foster the prosperity and stability of Hong Kong. Surely, more of that prosperity should be used to help the disadvantaged of Hong Kong.
MARTIN LEUNG LIT-CHUNG Causeway Bay