The idea of banknotes raining down from the skies evokes smiles a day after the stunt, in Sham Shui Po on December 16. Photo: Sam Tsang The idea of banknotes raining down from the skies evokes smiles a day after the stunt, in Sham Shui Po on December 16. Photo: Sam Tsang
The idea of banknotes raining down from the skies evokes smiles a day after the stunt, in Sham Shui Po on December 16. Photo: Sam Tsang

Letters | When Hong Kong skies rain down cash, what’s wrong with a little greed?

  • Who wouldn’t feel inclined to collect some when banknotes fall from the sky, especially when there are no police around and everybody else is doing the same?

Topic |   Poverty
The idea of banknotes raining down from the skies evokes smiles a day after the stunt, in Sham Shui Po on December 16. Photo: Sam Tsang The idea of banknotes raining down from the skies evokes smiles a day after the stunt, in Sham Shui Po on December 16. Photo: Sam Tsang
The idea of banknotes raining down from the skies evokes smiles a day after the stunt, in Sham Shui Po on December 16. Photo: Sam Tsang
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