Letters | Radio use need not scare off students sitting the DSE

Even if they are outdated, radios are not so complicated that students should be unable to figure them out

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Letters | When violence comes in the name of religion, it is time for a new god

Genocidal attacks can be averted if divisions based on religious differences are bridged. We need a god that welcomes all existing faiths.

Genocidal attacks can be averted if divisions based on religious differences are bridged. We need a god that welcomes all existing faiths.

3 hours ago
When violence comes in the name of religion, it is time for a new god
Letters | Two things that could make world-class Hong Kong even better

Hong Kong is a vibrant city with excellent infrastructure and cultural heritage, but can be made more digitally savvy and welcoming of diversity.

Hong Kong is a vibrant city with excellent infrastructure and cultural heritage, but can be made more digitally savvy and welcoming of diversity.

24 Mar 2019 - 1:00PM
Two things that could make world-class Hong Kong even better
Letters | No health insurance is no laughing matter in many countries

A cartoon strip can effectively satirise ‘pre-existing conditions’ when symptoms start the previous day, but for many, it’s the health care system that’s the joke

A cartoon strip can effectively satirise ‘pre-existing conditions’ when symptoms start the previous day, but for many, it’s the health care system that’s the joke

24 Mar 2019 - 1:24AM
No health insurance is no laughing matter in many countries
23 Mar 2019 - 5:00PM
Untalented Hong Kong buskers can be torture for the ears
Letters | How Hong Kong can better serve its non-native Chinese students

Public schools in Hong Kong put minority students into separate Chinese classes from native speakers, which causes them to learn at a slower rate. The focus should be on keeping ethnic minority children learning effectively in a mainstream Chinese-medium classroom.

23 Mar 2019 - 7:28PM
Letters | Will Hong Kong youth make web sacrifices for the Greater Bay Area?

Will Hong Kong people, especially the youth, find living in the Greater Bay Area attractive if they are told of what they must learn to do without?

Will Hong Kong people, especially the youth, find living in the Greater Bay Area attractive if they are told of what they must learn to do without?

23 Mar 2019 - 1:30PM
Will Hong Kong youth make web sacrifices for the Greater Bay Area?
Letters | Culture of blame will do nothing to reduce Hong Kong’s medical blunders

Research shows that finger-pointing promotes a tendency to conceal mistakes and spread gossip, and creates a reluctance to take up responsibility. Mature societies value accountability, but on the understanding that human error is inevitable.

Research shows that finger-pointing promotes a tendency to conceal mistakes and spread gossip, and creates a reluctance to take up responsibility. Mature societies value accountability, but on the understanding that human error is inevitable.

23 Mar 2019 - 9:00AM
Culture of blame will do nothing to reduce Hong Kong’s medical blunders
Letters | Hong Kong universities are like the city – welcoming of diversity

Despite being 92 per cent Chinese, the city has distinguished itself with its openness to foreign people and ideas. This is true also of its universities.

Despite being 92 per cent Chinese, the city has distinguished itself with its openness to foreign people and ideas. This is true also of its universities.

22 Mar 2019 - 1:00PM
Hong Kong universities are like the city – welcoming of diversity
Letters | Why water-wasting Hong Kong must plan for a drought now

Our wasteful water-use habits must change, as climate and demographic changes are bound to affect our supply of fresh water from mainland China.

Our wasteful water-use habits must change, as climate and demographic changes are bound to affect our supply of fresh water from mainland China.

22 Mar 2019 - 8:00AM
Why water-wasting Hong Kong must plan for a drought now
Letters | Why can’t media call Christchurch mosque shooter a ‘terrorist?’

Hesitance to call mass shooters ‘terrorists’ is not helping to prevent more of them from arising

Hesitance to call mass shooters ‘terrorists’ is not helping to prevent more of them from arising

22 Mar 2019 - 6:30AM
Why can’t media call Christchurch mosque shooter a ‘terrorist?’
Letters | Why Hong Kong can’t say yes to extradition deal with Beijing

Don’t be surprised that Hongkongers aren’t in a hurry to reach an agreement with the mainland, where the rights of the detained are far less secure

Don’t be surprised that Hongkongers aren’t in a hurry to reach an agreement with the mainland, where the rights of the detained are far less secure

22 Mar 2019 - 1:25AM
Why Hong Kong can’t say yes to extradition deal with Beijing
Letters | Help Hong Kong public hospitals help kids with ADHD

A years-long waiting time for treatment in public hospitals is surely affecting tens of thousands of children with ADHD. At this rate, these children might not receive life-changing medical attention until it is too late

A years-long waiting time for treatment in public hospitals is surely affecting tens of thousands of children with ADHD. At this rate, these children might not receive life-changing medical attention until it is too late

21 Mar 2019 - 1:00PM
Help Hong Kong public hospitals help kids with ADHD
21 Mar 2019 - 11:10AM
Routes to a better cross-harbour tunnel toll policy in Hong Kong
Letters | Why Hong Kong’s Race Discrimination Ordinance must give government a role

Unlike the city’s other anti-discrimination ordinances, the one on race does not include a specific section on the government’s role. Not covering discrimination during the performance of the government’s functions or the exercise of its powers affects the protection of ethnic minorities.

Unlike the city’s other anti-discrimination ordinances, the one on race does not include a specific section on the government’s role. Not covering discrimination during the performance of the government’s functions or the exercise of its powers affects the protection of ethnic minorities.

21 Mar 2019 - 8:25AM
Why Hong Kong’s Race Discrimination Ordinance must give government a role
Letters | Why US Democratic presidential contenders promise more and more

Without huge promises, Democratic hopefuls fear being drowned out early on

Without huge promises, Democratic hopefuls fear being drowned out early on

21 Mar 2019 - 10:55AM
Why US Democratic presidential contenders promise more and more
21 Mar 2019 - 5:00AM
How New Zealand mosque attack hero showed up white supremacists
Letters | How Hong Kong Observatory promotes awareness of space weather

The Observatory provides the latest information on space weather to special users, such as the aviation and energy sectors. A revamped space weather webpage will soon be launched to educate the general public.

The Observatory provides the latest information on space weather to special users, such as the aviation and energy sectors. A revamped space weather webpage will soon be launched to educate the general public.

20 Mar 2019 - 7:39AM
How Hong Kong Observatory promotes awareness of space weather
Letters | Why do the elderly prefer public hospitals over private clinics?

Former health secretary’s criticisms of the government voucher system don’t reflect the realities of elderly care.

Former health secretary’s criticisms of the government voucher system don’t reflect the realities of elderly care.

20 Mar 2019 - 4:34PM
Why do the elderly prefer public hospitals over private clinics?
Letters | Donald Trump is right, aircraft have become too complicated

New technological advances in aviation should not come at the cost of lives.

New technological advances in aviation should not come at the cost of lives.

20 Mar 2019 - 3:20AM
Donald Trump is right, aircraft have become too complicated