Lawmakers Shiu Ka-chun (left) and Fernando Cheung Chiu-hung lead the way as they march with an advocacy group to the Chief Executive’s Office to appeal for a revamp of hostel and care-home regulations, on May 5. Photo: Edmond So Lawmakers Shiu Ka-chun (left) and Fernando Cheung Chiu-hung lead the way as they march with an advocacy group to the Chief Executive’s Office to appeal for a revamp of hostel and care-home regulations, on May 5. Photo: Edmond So
Lawmakers Shiu Ka-chun (left) and Fernando Cheung Chiu-hung lead the way as they march with an advocacy group to the Chief Executive’s Office to appeal for a revamp of hostel and care-home regulations, on May 5. Photo: Edmond So
Ageing society

Letters | Will Hong Kong ever have the courage to tackle its real problems?

  • The lack of courage of our government baffles me. For insiders and outsiders, this is all too clear, and yet our government seems to be blind

Topic |   Ageing society
Lawmakers Shiu Ka-chun (left) and Fernando Cheung Chiu-hung lead the way as they march with an advocacy group to the Chief Executive’s Office to appeal for a revamp of hostel and care-home regulations, on May 5. Photo: Edmond So Lawmakers Shiu Ka-chun (left) and Fernando Cheung Chiu-hung lead the way as they march with an advocacy group to the Chief Executive’s Office to appeal for a revamp of hostel and care-home regulations, on May 5. Photo: Edmond So
Lawmakers Shiu Ka-chun (left) and Fernando Cheung Chiu-hung lead the way as they march with an advocacy group to the Chief Executive’s Office to appeal for a revamp of hostel and care-home regulations, on May 5. Photo: Edmond So
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