A woman wearing a protective face mask walks past stacks of toilet paper for sale in the Tsuen Wan district of Hong Kong on February 8. The Hong Kong government has rejected calls to use emergency legislation to crack down on price-gouging retailers amid a citywide shortage of face masks. Photo: AFPA woman wearing a protective face mask walks past stacks of toilet paper for sale in the Tsuen Wan district of Hong Kong on February 8. The Hong Kong government has rejected calls to use emergency legislation to crack down on price-gouging retailers amid a citywide shortage of face masks. Photo: AFP
A woman wearing a protective face mask walks past stacks of toilet paper for sale in the Tsuen Wan district of Hong Kong on February 8. The Hong Kong government has rejected calls to use emergency legislation to crack down on price-gouging retailers amid a citywide shortage of face masks. Photo: AFP

Letters | As coronavirus crisis leaves Hong Kong leaders wringing their hands, Joshua Wong steals the march with masks

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
A woman wearing a protective face mask walks past stacks of toilet paper for sale in the Tsuen Wan district of Hong Kong on February 8. The Hong Kong government has rejected calls to use emergency legislation to crack down on price-gouging retailers amid a citywide shortage of face masks. Photo: AFPA woman wearing a protective face mask walks past stacks of toilet paper for sale in the Tsuen Wan district of Hong Kong on February 8. The Hong Kong government has rejected calls to use emergency legislation to crack down on price-gouging retailers amid a citywide shortage of face masks. Photo: AFP
A woman wearing a protective face mask walks past stacks of toilet paper for sale in the Tsuen Wan district of Hong Kong on February 8. The Hong Kong government has rejected calls to use emergency legislation to crack down on price-gouging retailers amid a citywide shortage of face masks. Photo: AFP
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