Public lifts especially benefit the elderly and infirm in ageing Hong Kong, but an adequate maintenance programme for the facilities appears to be lacking. Photo: Dickson Lee Public lifts especially benefit the elderly and infirm in ageing Hong Kong, but an adequate maintenance programme for the facilities appears to be lacking. Photo: Dickson Lee
Public lifts especially benefit the elderly and infirm in ageing Hong Kong, but an adequate maintenance programme for the facilities appears to be lacking. Photo: Dickson Lee
Ageing society

Letters | Hong Kong’s public lifts need to rise to a higher level

Topic |   Ageing society
Public lifts especially benefit the elderly and infirm in ageing Hong Kong, but an adequate maintenance programme for the facilities appears to be lacking. Photo: Dickson Lee Public lifts especially benefit the elderly and infirm in ageing Hong Kong, but an adequate maintenance programme for the facilities appears to be lacking. Photo: Dickson Lee
Public lifts especially benefit the elderly and infirm in ageing Hong Kong, but an adequate maintenance programme for the facilities appears to be lacking. Photo: Dickson Lee
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