Children read at a booth at the Hong Kong Book Fair, at the Hong Kong Exhibition and Convention Centre in July. Photo: Winson Wong Children read at a booth at the Hong Kong Book Fair, at the Hong Kong Exhibition and Convention Centre in July. Photo: Winson Wong
Children read at a booth at the Hong Kong Book Fair, at the Hong Kong Exhibition and Convention Centre in July. Photo: Winson Wong
Cantonese

Letters | If Hong Kong wants to keep Cantonese alive, it must wake up to the sounds of it

  • Some of the most precious features of Cantonese, such as its nine tones, are being lost due to a lack of emphasis on correct pronunciation in teaching

Topic |   Cantonese
Children read at a booth at the Hong Kong Book Fair, at the Hong Kong Exhibition and Convention Centre in July. Photo: Winson Wong Children read at a booth at the Hong Kong Book Fair, at the Hong Kong Exhibition and Convention Centre in July. Photo: Winson Wong
Children read at a booth at the Hong Kong Book Fair, at the Hong Kong Exhibition and Convention Centre in July. Photo: Winson Wong
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