I REFER to Johnny Cheung's letter headlined, 'Make English interesting for students' (South China Morning Post, January 8).
I REFER to Mr Johnny Cheung's letter concerning waste-paper collection bins (South China Morning Post, August 9).
IT is astonishing and deplorable to learn that more than 15 million plastic bags are used every day, mostly from supermarkets.
TWENTY to 30 years ago, it was very difficult to get into a university in Hong Kong. Part of the reason was that there were only two such institutions.
Also, entrance requirements...
I APPRECIATE a programme called One Minute's English, which is shown on the Chinese channels, as it teaches us a lot of useful and practical information in English.
I'M sure many people have seen the cartoon advertisement on environmental protection on television. Its content is both laudable and attractive. But the message it brings out is ambiguous.