On a survey which shows that more than 60 per cent of Hongkongers support a pay-as-you-throw waste levy for each household: Joseph Ko - The survey shows people agree that users/throwers pay, but when it comes to charging them, they will say no. It is the same as for incinerators. Yes, we need them but just don't put them next to me. Cory Pchajek - Lack of recycling ability is only part of the problem. The bigger part of the problem and one that is much harder to address is overconsumption. People waste too much food and buy too much stuff that will be thrown out. Steve Fraser - I like this waste based on weight of your own garbage. Kofi Time - The problem in HK is the lack of recycling bins. Robert Krstevski - The time people are asked to pay in HK, overnight illegal dumping will begin. On calls to appoint foreign-trained physicians to ease staff shortages at Hong Kong's public hospitals: R. Scott Carlson - As in the US, the doctors' lobby is more dangerous to public health than all the corporate polluters combined. Not only does their unbridled self-interest put people at risk of death, but their values degrade and debase what little is left of civil society. Jessie Tong - If this is about doctor shortage in public hospitals, the clear answer is that all medical graduates should be obliged to serve a prescribed number of years in public hospitals before they are allowed to set up their little clinics all over town. They owe this to the community which enabled them to become doctors, and it ensures that they are adequately supervised after graduation before they start off on their own.