Children play at sword fighting at the West Kowloon Promenade on October 3, during the long National Day and Mid-Autumn Festival weekend. For Hong Kong pre-teens in a recent survey, two of the three lowest scores were for use of leisure time and being listened to by adults. Photo: Edmond So Children play at sword fighting at the West Kowloon Promenade on October 3, during the long National Day and Mid-Autumn Festival weekend. For Hong Kong pre-teens in a recent survey, two of the three lowest scores were for use of leisure time and being listened to by adults. Photo: Edmond So
Children play at sword fighting at the West Kowloon Promenade on October 3, during the long National Day and Mid-Autumn Festival weekend. For Hong Kong pre-teens in a recent survey, two of the three lowest scores were for use of leisure time and being listened to by adults. Photo: Edmond So

Letters | Sad Hong Kong kids are a wake-up call for parents

Topic |   Hong Kong schools
Children play at sword fighting at the West Kowloon Promenade on October 3, during the long National Day and Mid-Autumn Festival weekend. For Hong Kong pre-teens in a recent survey, two of the three lowest scores were for use of leisure time and being listened to by adults. Photo: Edmond So Children play at sword fighting at the West Kowloon Promenade on October 3, during the long National Day and Mid-Autumn Festival weekend. For Hong Kong pre-teens in a recent survey, two of the three lowest scores were for use of leisure time and being listened to by adults. Photo: Edmond So
Children play at sword fighting at the West Kowloon Promenade on October 3, during the long National Day and Mid-Autumn Festival weekend. For Hong Kong pre-teens in a recent survey, two of the three lowest scores were for use of leisure time and being listened to by adults. Photo: Edmond So
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