Children with models of the litter lout “Lap Sap Chung” in July 2001. The green dinosaur mascot featured in Hong Kong’s anti-littering campaigns from the 1970s onwards. Photo: Dickson Lee Children with models of the litter lout “Lap Sap Chung” in July 2001. The green dinosaur mascot featured in Hong Kong’s anti-littering campaigns from the 1970s onwards. Photo: Dickson Lee
Children with models of the litter lout “Lap Sap Chung” in July 2001. The green dinosaur mascot featured in Hong Kong’s anti-littering campaigns from the 1970s onwards. Photo: Dickson Lee

Letters | For a cleaner Hong Kong: make the elderly a force to reckon with

  • Hongkongers and even tourists can be confrontational when challenged on their littering, but usually show deference to their elders

Topic |   Hong Kong environmental issues
Children with models of the litter lout “Lap Sap Chung” in July 2001. The green dinosaur mascot featured in Hong Kong’s anti-littering campaigns from the 1970s onwards. Photo: Dickson Lee Children with models of the litter lout “Lap Sap Chung” in July 2001. The green dinosaur mascot featured in Hong Kong’s anti-littering campaigns from the 1970s onwards. Photo: Dickson Lee
Children with models of the litter lout “Lap Sap Chung” in July 2001. The green dinosaur mascot featured in Hong Kong’s anti-littering campaigns from the 1970s onwards. Photo: Dickson Lee
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