People hold up a rainbow flag at a Pride Parade assembly in Central in November 2019. Photo: Chan Ho-him

Letters | More must be done to foster LGBTQ inclusivity in Hong Kong schools

Readers discuss the need for schools to address LGBTQ issues, the association of Hong Kong’s ethnic minorities with violence in the Chinese media, and the paucity of accessible facilities for those with disabilities.

26 Nov 2022 - 11:30AM

Letters | Why Hong Kong should rethink its cryptocurrency hub ambitions

Readers discuss Hong Kong’s cryptocurrency ambitions, criticise the US-China Economic and Security Review Commission report, and point to the benefits of Singaporeans being exposed to different perspectives.

Readers discuss Hong Kong’s cryptocurrency ambitions, criticise the US-China Economic and Security Review Commission report, and point to the benefits of Singaporeans being exposed to different perspectives.

25 Nov 2022 - 3:28PM

Letters | Blame robots, more than trade with China, for US job losses

Readers discuss why the argument that trade with China is responsible for diminished US manufacturing doesn’t hold up, and partisan politics in the US and Canada.

Readers discuss why the argument that trade with China is responsible for diminished US manufacturing doesn’t hold up, and partisan politics in the US and Canada.

25 Nov 2022 - 11:30AM

Letters | Why China’s Tianzhou 5 spacecraft launch is of global significance

Readers discuss advances in China’s space exploration technology, and social attitudes towards low-income workers

Readers discuss advances in China’s space exploration technology, and social attitudes towards low-income workers

24 Nov 2022 - 2:30PM

Letters | As Hong Kong reopens, its gateway role remains its unrivalled edge

Readers discuss the city’s prospects as it reopens to the world, and the challenges facing the aviation sector.

Readers discuss the city’s prospects as it reopens to the world, and the challenges facing the aviation sector.

24 Nov 2022 - 11:39AM

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A child dresses up as an RAT test as part of Halloween celebrations in Lan Kwai Fong on October 30. Arrivals into Hong Kong now have to do two PCR tests and seven RAT tests. Photo: Xiaomei Chen

Letters | Hong Kong officials are fixated on unreasonable Covid-19 policy

Readers discuss the continued restrictions on arrivals into the city, and the lack of airmail services to some destinations.

23 Nov 2022 - 2:30PM

Letters | Hong Kong owes its terminally ill a serious discussion on euthanasia

Readers discuss why the city needs a citywide consultation on euthanasia, and the proposal to ban minors from buying cigarettes.

Readers discuss why the city needs a citywide consultation on euthanasia, and the proposal to ban minors from buying cigarettes.

23 Nov 2022 - 11:30AM

Letters | Make Hong Kong’s carbon neutral goal legally binding

Readers call for more climate accountability in Hong Kong, explain Singapore’s talent strategy, and comment on Ukraine’s initial response to a projectile striking Poland.

Readers call for more climate accountability in Hong Kong, explain Singapore’s talent strategy, and comment on Ukraine’s initial response to a projectile striking Poland.

22 Nov 2022 - 11:30AM

Letters | How post-pandemic Southeast Asia could better welcome tourists

Readers discuss struggles facing travellers returning to Southeast Asia, and ways the MTR can improve passenger safety.

Readers discuss struggles facing travellers returning to Southeast Asia, and ways the MTR can improve passenger safety.

21 Nov 2022 - 2:30PM

Letters | Hong Kong must have indoor air quality standards to protect children

Readers discuss the importance of indoor air quality standards for schools in Hong Kong, and good news for the local economy

Readers discuss the importance of indoor air quality standards for schools in Hong Kong, and good news for the local economy

21 Nov 2022 - 11:30AM

Letters | Not just Americans value the pursuit of happiness. Chinese do, too

Readers discuss the factors motivating talent, and the rights of Hungarians in Ukraine.

Readers discuss the factors motivating talent, and the rights of Hungarians in Ukraine.

20 Nov 2022 - 2:30PM

Letters | Give domestic workers who are mothers the respect they deserve

Readers pay tribute to domestic worker mothers, and discuss marriage equality.

Readers pay tribute to domestic worker mothers, and discuss marriage equality.

20 Nov 2022 - 11:30AM

Letters | Hong Kong should set a traffic deaths and injuries reduction target

Readers discuss a 2030 road safety goal for Hong Kong and the policing of parking

Readers discuss a 2030 road safety goal for Hong Kong and the policing of parking

19 Nov 2022 - 2:30PM

Letters | When young people ‘lie flat’, grown-ups must ask themselves why

Readers wonder whether society values young people’s efforts, and discuss ticket booking frustrations.

Readers wonder whether society values young people’s efforts, and discuss ticket booking frustrations.

19 Nov 2022 - 11:30AM

Letters | Ensure the child abuse reporting system actually helps children

Readers discuss the practicability of the new child abuse law, Hong Kong’s prospects, mask fatigue, and why Sikh separatism is misguided.

Readers discuss the practicability of the new child abuse law, Hong Kong’s prospects, mask fatigue, and why Sikh separatism is misguided.

18 Nov 2022 - 11:30AM

Letters | Why Scholz’s China trip, despite Western misgivings, was a success

Readers discuss the German chancellor’s visit to China, and who loses the most during wars.

Readers discuss the German chancellor’s visit to China, and who loses the most during wars.

17 Nov 2022 - 11:30AM

Letters | Is Hong Kong mentally prepared for tourists amid the pandemic?

Readers discuss tourists being banned from restaurants on arrival in Hong Kong, and urge Hong Kong to take Covid-19 in its stride.

Readers discuss tourists being banned from restaurants on arrival in Hong Kong, and urge Hong Kong to take Covid-19 in its stride.

16 Nov 2022 - 2:30PM

Letters | Hong Kong must focus on the economy, not politics

Readers look to the past to discuss the challenges facing Hong Kong today, suggest how employees can prepare for a rainy day, explain why the nationality of lawyers is relevant in national security law cases, and reflect on the derailing of an MTR train carriage.

Readers look to the past to discuss the challenges facing Hong Kong today, suggest how employees can prepare for a rainy day, explain why the nationality of lawyers is relevant in national security law cases, and reflect on the derailing of an MTR train carriage.

16 Nov 2022 - 6:44PM

Letters | Cryptocurrency chaos an ideal time for Hong Kong to develop market rules

Readers discuss why Hong Kong’s announcement of a policy statement on virtual assets is timely, and the need for more scrutiny for companies under the technology voucher programme.

Readers discuss why Hong Kong’s announcement of a policy statement on virtual assets is timely, and the need for more scrutiny for companies under the technology voucher programme.

15 Nov 2022 - 11:30AM

Letters | Hong Kong’s food delivery riders deserve a better deal

Readers discuss the recent Foodpanda rider strike, and the US consul general’s viral post on a popular local takeaway option.

Readers discuss the recent Foodpanda rider strike, and the US consul general’s viral post on a popular local takeaway option.

14 Nov 2022 - 2:30PM