Broken trees cause roadblocks on Queensway, in Admiralty, on September 17, the day after Typhoon Mangkhut slammed into Hong Kong. The disruptions to public transport, even as employees were expected to return to work the next day, were high on Hongkongers’ list of complaints after Mangkhut. Photo: Felix Wong

Critics of Hong Kong’s response to Typhoon Mangkhut have a point: there are improvements to make

Bernard Chan says that, after Hong Kong’s worst typhoon on record, we should recognise the precautions that protected us but also how technology can ease the disruptions that followed, particularly on public transport

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Broken trees cause roadblocks on Queensway, in Admiralty, on September 17, the day after Typhoon Mangkhut slammed into Hong Kong. The disruptions to public transport, even as employees were expected to return to work the next day, were high on Hongkongers’ list of complaints after Mangkhut. Photo: Felix Wong
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