Swimmers practise laps at a public pool on April 2, as these facilities reopened during the Easter break following closures over the fourth wave of Covid-19 in Hong Kong. Photo: Felix Wong
Swimmers practise laps at a public pool on April 2, as these facilities reopened during the Easter break following closures over the fourth wave of Covid-19 in Hong Kong. Photo: Felix Wong

Letters | Why Hong Kong’s inclusivity message risks remaining skin-deep

  • While a new government advertisement urges people to accept those with skin problems, policies in action, such as at public swimming pools, do not seem to be in sync

Swimmers practise laps at a public pool on April 2, as these facilities reopened during the Easter break following closures over the fourth wave of Covid-19 in Hong Kong. Photo: Felix Wong
Swimmers practise laps at a public pool on April 2, as these facilities reopened during the Easter break following closures over the fourth wave of Covid-19 in Hong Kong. Photo: Felix Wong
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