A security guard works in a building in Tai Wai. Security guards often work 12-hour shifts, leaving them little time for anything more than sleep. Photo: Sam Tsang
Paul Yip
Opinion

Opinion

Paul Yip

As Hong Kong tops many ‘most expensive’ charts, ordinary Hongkongers struggle to make ends meet

  • The government must ensure that Hongkongers can thrive in their own city first instead of worrying about attracting foreign talent. Low-income workers, who have not benefited from the city’s economic development, should be the focus

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A security guard works in a building in Tai Wai. Security guards often work 12-hour shifts, leaving them little time for anything more than sleep. Photo: Sam Tsang
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