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

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

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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