People choose orchids at the Chiba Orchid Farm in Yuen Long on January 19 after the government announced the cancellation – which has since been revoked – of the annual Lunar New Year flower markets across various districts. Photo: K.Y. Cheng People choose orchids at the Chiba Orchid Farm in Yuen Long on January 19 after the government announced the cancellation – which has since been revoked – of the annual Lunar New Year flower markets across various districts. Photo: K.Y. Cheng
People choose orchids at the Chiba Orchid Farm in Yuen Long on January 19 after the government announced the cancellation – which has since been revoked – of the annual Lunar New Year flower markets across various districts. Photo: K.Y. Cheng

Letters | Hong Kong’s Lunar New Year flower market U-turn reeks of capitulation to business interests

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
People choose orchids at the Chiba Orchid Farm in Yuen Long on January 19 after the government announced the cancellation – which has since been revoked – of the annual Lunar New Year flower markets across various districts. Photo: K.Y. Cheng People choose orchids at the Chiba Orchid Farm in Yuen Long on January 19 after the government announced the cancellation – which has since been revoked – of the annual Lunar New Year flower markets across various districts. Photo: K.Y. Cheng
People choose orchids at the Chiba Orchid Farm in Yuen Long on January 19 after the government announced the cancellation – which has since been revoked – of the annual Lunar New Year flower markets across various districts. Photo: K.Y. Cheng
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