A woman poses for a photograph amid a sea of silver grass at Sunset Peak, Lantau, in November 2020. Financial Secretary Paul Chan wrote on his blog with reference to the upcoming budget: “No matter if it’s just a small blade of grass or a tall tree, they both start from a tiny seed – but one that keeps its infinite vitality hidden.” Photo: Winson Wong A woman poses for a photograph amid a sea of silver grass at Sunset Peak, Lantau, in November 2020. Financial Secretary Paul Chan wrote on his blog with reference to the upcoming budget: “No matter if it’s just a small blade of grass or a tall tree, they both start from a tiny seed – but one that keeps its infinite vitality hidden.” Photo: Winson Wong
A woman poses for a photograph amid a sea of silver grass at Sunset Peak, Lantau, in November 2020. Financial Secretary Paul Chan wrote on his blog with reference to the upcoming budget: “No matter if it’s just a small blade of grass or a tall tree, they both start from a tiny seed – but one that keeps its infinite vitality hidden.” Photo: Winson Wong
Environment

Letters | Hong Kong budget: go beyond ‘green shoots’ and tackle roots of our discontents

  • Persistent issues, such as rampant plastic waste, substandard wages for the impoverished and housing speculation, continue to go unaddressed by the administration. These must be tackled to show that the government cares

Topic |   Environment
A woman poses for a photograph amid a sea of silver grass at Sunset Peak, Lantau, in November 2020. Financial Secretary Paul Chan wrote on his blog with reference to the upcoming budget: “No matter if it’s just a small blade of grass or a tall tree, they both start from a tiny seed – but one that keeps its infinite vitality hidden.” Photo: Winson Wong A woman poses for a photograph amid a sea of silver grass at Sunset Peak, Lantau, in November 2020. Financial Secretary Paul Chan wrote on his blog with reference to the upcoming budget: “No matter if it’s just a small blade of grass or a tall tree, they both start from a tiny seed – but one that keeps its infinite vitality hidden.” Photo: Winson Wong
A woman poses for a photograph amid a sea of silver grass at Sunset Peak, Lantau, in November 2020. Financial Secretary Paul Chan wrote on his blog with reference to the upcoming budget: “No matter if it’s just a small blade of grass or a tall tree, they both start from a tiny seed – but one that keeps its infinite vitality hidden.” Photo: Winson Wong
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