An elderly diner at a fast-food restaurant in Sham Shui Po. One in three elderly people in Hong Kong lives in poverty. Photo: Felix Wong An elderly diner at a fast-food restaurant in Sham Shui Po. One in three elderly people in Hong Kong lives in poverty. Photo: Felix Wong
An elderly diner at a fast-food restaurant in Sham Shui Po. One in three elderly people in Hong Kong lives in poverty. Photo: Felix Wong

Letters | Season to remember rich Hong Kong’s invisible and forgotten people in need

  • The unrest in Hong Kong has hit no one harder than those already living in poverty. Since the protests began, NGOs have struggled to serve those in need
  • It’s time for everyone to do their part for the community this holiday season and beyond

Topic |   Poverty
An elderly diner at a fast-food restaurant in Sham Shui Po. One in three elderly people in Hong Kong lives in poverty. Photo: Felix Wong An elderly diner at a fast-food restaurant in Sham Shui Po. One in three elderly people in Hong Kong lives in poverty. Photo: Felix Wong
An elderly diner at a fast-food restaurant in Sham Shui Po. One in three elderly people in Hong Kong lives in poverty. Photo: Felix Wong
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