ACCORDING to Mr P. K. Lee's letter (South China Morning Post, February 9), maids in Hongkong should keep their voices down because they are visitors here, while locals are free to shout as loud as they please.Saturday, 13 February, 1993, 12:00am
I REFER to Mr P. K. Lee's latest letter headlined, ''Tax on maids is workable (South China Morning Post, February 9). It is a shame he could not accept the comments of those readers who responded to his last letter headlined, ''Maids in the airport'' (Post, January 27), who described the suggestions he had made as pathetic.12 Feb 1993 - 12:00am
I REFER to the letter from Mr P. K. Lee headlined, ''Maids are now in airport'' (South China Morning Post, January 27).
Mr Lee should appreciate that thousands of foreign maids now work in Hongkong.
Every day, many are arriving to start work here, or going home for their annual leave, so it is natural that there will be many maids at the airport.10 Feb 1993 - 12:00am
I REFER to Mr P. K. Lee's letter headlined, ''Maids now in the airport'' (South China Morning Post, January 27).
As I was not in the airport last Sunday, I didn't see ''a lot of maids well camped and chatting in loud voices near and around the exits''.29 Jan 1993 - 12:00am