Those concerned about migrants overburdening Hong Kong’s public services, especially public health, should stick to rational policy discussions. Photo: Dickson Lee
Kevin Yam
Opinion

Opinion

Kevin Yam

Hong Kong’s overcrowded hospitals and one-way permit system need to be debated, but rationally and without anti-mainland prejudice

  • Overburdened public services mean Hong Kong should have a rational discussion about immigration, but too much rhetoric has taken the form of fear-based anecdotes while the government’s lack of resources for these areas also needs attention

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Those concerned about migrants overburdening Hong Kong’s public services, especially public health, should stick to rational policy discussions. Photo: Dickson Lee
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