It is important to ensure that young people in Hong Kong believe rosy prospects await them. Photo: Winson Wong It is important to ensure that young people in Hong Kong believe rosy prospects await them. Photo: Winson Wong
It is important to ensure that young people in Hong Kong believe rosy prospects await them. Photo: Winson Wong
Chinese history

Letters | ‘Lying flat’ is not a new fad for China, but Hong Kong must still buck the trend

  • In old China, the phenomenon was restricted to idlers from wealthy families
  • If and when this phenomenon reaches wider sections of society, we must not overlook its social impact

Topic |   Chinese history
It is important to ensure that young people in Hong Kong believe rosy prospects await them. Photo: Winson Wong It is important to ensure that young people in Hong Kong believe rosy prospects await them. Photo: Winson Wong
It is important to ensure that young people in Hong Kong believe rosy prospects await them. Photo: Winson Wong
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