A worker eats lunch on the side of the road in Wan Chai on July 30, a day after the government’s ban on restaurants offering dine-in services came into force. Photo: K. Y. ChengA worker eats lunch on the side of the road in Wan Chai on July 30, a day after the government’s ban on restaurants offering dine-in services came into force. Photo: K. Y. Cheng
A worker eats lunch on the side of the road in Wan Chai on July 30, a day after the government’s ban on restaurants offering dine-in services came into force. Photo: K. Y. Cheng

Letters | What Singapore can teach Hong Kong after dine-in ban debacle

  • While the sight of workers eating on the side of streets provoked an outcry, the lack of adequate rest spaces for many employees is a long-standing problem
  • Hong Kong should follow Singapore in encouraging employers to set up areas where low-wage workers can take a break
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A worker eats lunch on the side of the road in Wan Chai on July 30, a day after the government’s ban on restaurants offering dine-in services came into force. Photo: K. Y. ChengA worker eats lunch on the side of the road in Wan Chai on July 30, a day after the government’s ban on restaurants offering dine-in services came into force. Photo: K. Y. Cheng
A worker eats lunch on the side of the road in Wan Chai on July 30, a day after the government’s ban on restaurants offering dine-in services came into force. Photo: K. Y. Cheng
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