Empty shelves as Hong Kong supermarkets struggle to restock amid a buying frenzy over fears that the coronavirus outbreak will shut off supplies, in Lok Fu on February 7. Photo: Edward WongEmpty shelves as Hong Kong supermarkets struggle to restock amid a buying frenzy over fears that the coronavirus outbreak will shut off supplies, in Lok Fu on February 7. Photo: Edward Wong
Empty shelves as Hong Kong supermarkets struggle to restock amid a buying frenzy over fears that the coronavirus outbreak will shut off supplies, in Lok Fu on February 7. Photo: Edward Wong

Letters | Coronavirus crisis shows why Hong Kong must aim to be sustainable: here are five ways to do it

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
Empty shelves as Hong Kong supermarkets struggle to restock amid a buying frenzy over fears that the coronavirus outbreak will shut off supplies, in Lok Fu on February 7. Photo: Edward WongEmpty shelves as Hong Kong supermarkets struggle to restock amid a buying frenzy over fears that the coronavirus outbreak will shut off supplies, in Lok Fu on February 7. Photo: Edward Wong
Empty shelves as Hong Kong supermarkets struggle to restock amid a buying frenzy over fears that the coronavirus outbreak will shut off supplies, in Lok Fu on February 7. Photo: Edward Wong
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