The government has cited preventing young people from smoking as a primary rationale for its e-cigarette ban. Photo: Winson Wong
Alice Wu
Opinion

Opinion

Alice Wu

Hong Kong’s bizarre e-cigarettes ban will boost traditional tobacco products rather than reduce smoking

  • Alice Wu says a ban on the sale, but not use, of e-cigarettes will only push young people to black markets, or perhaps to traditional tobacco products that may well be even less healthy

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The government has cited preventing young people from smoking as a primary rationale for its e-cigarette ban. Photo: Winson Wong
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