A closed down retail store in Wan Chai, one of many around Hong Kong. Dwindled incomes and job losses due to an economic slowdown have left some parents struggling to pay tuition for tertiary students. Photo: Xiaomei Chen A closed down retail store in Wan Chai, one of many around Hong Kong. Dwindled incomes and job losses due to an economic slowdown have left some parents struggling to pay tuition for tertiary students. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
A closed down retail store in Wan Chai, one of many around Hong Kong. Dwindled incomes and job losses due to an economic slowdown have left some parents struggling to pay tuition for tertiary students. Photo: Xiaomei Chen

Letters | As coronavirus hits Hong Kong incomes, don’t let university students fall victim to economic recession

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
A closed down retail store in Wan Chai, one of many around Hong Kong. Dwindled incomes and job losses due to an economic slowdown have left some parents struggling to pay tuition for tertiary students. Photo: Xiaomei Chen A closed down retail store in Wan Chai, one of many around Hong Kong. Dwindled incomes and job losses due to an economic slowdown have left some parents struggling to pay tuition for tertiary students. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
A closed down retail store in Wan Chai, one of many around Hong Kong. Dwindled incomes and job losses due to an economic slowdown have left some parents struggling to pay tuition for tertiary students. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
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