No small feat ... the South China Morning Post’s property editor Sandy Li Chau-wa poses for a selfie with Secretary for Commerce and Economic Development Edward Yau Tang-wah (left) and the Consumer Council’s chairman Wong Yuk-shan and chief executive Gilly Wong Fung-han after collecting the prize for her article “Lilliputian living”. The report on proposed flats with living space of just 50 sq ft won the silver award in the news, features and commentaries category of the Consumer Council’s 17th Consumer Rights Reporting Award. There were more than 200 entries in the competition this year. Photo: Dickson Lee

SCMP wins award at Consumer Council’s Consumer Rights Reporting

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No small feat ... the South China Morning Post’s property editor Sandy Li Chau-wa poses for a selfie with Secretary for Commerce and Economic Development Edward Yau Tang-wah (left) and the Consumer Council’s chairman Wong Yuk-shan and chief executive Gilly Wong Fung-han after collecting the prize for her article “Lilliputian living”. The report on proposed flats with living space of just 50 sq ft won the silver award in the news, features and commentaries category of the Consumer Council’s 17th Consumer Rights Reporting Award. There were more than 200 entries in the competition this year. Photo: Dickson Lee
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