A fan watches on a tablet computer as Canto-pop legend Sam Hui hosts a free online concert on April 12, to entertain Hongkongers amid the coronavirus outbreak. Photo: Dickson Lee A fan watches on a tablet computer as Canto-pop legend Sam Hui hosts a free online concert on April 12, to entertain Hongkongers amid the coronavirus outbreak. Photo: Dickson Lee
A fan watches on a tablet computer as Canto-pop legend Sam Hui hosts a free online concert on April 12, to entertain Hongkongers amid the coronavirus outbreak. Photo: Dickson Lee

Letters | Hong Kong’s Lion Rock spirit celebrated by Canto-pop legend Sam Hui deserves cheers

  • It is in our DNA as youngsters to advocate change. But, as problems come and go, the need for change in this decade would not be greater than that in the past
  • Our predecessors do not have a lesser right to live life to the fullest than us

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A fan watches on a tablet computer as Canto-pop legend Sam Hui hosts a free online concert on April 12, to entertain Hongkongers amid the coronavirus outbreak. Photo: Dickson Lee A fan watches on a tablet computer as Canto-pop legend Sam Hui hosts a free online concert on April 12, to entertain Hongkongers amid the coronavirus outbreak. Photo: Dickson Lee
A fan watches on a tablet computer as Canto-pop legend Sam Hui hosts a free online concert on April 12, to entertain Hongkongers amid the coronavirus outbreak. Photo: Dickson Lee
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