People inside an electrical appliance shop in the Kornhill neighbourhood watch Hong Kong cyclist Sarah Lee Wai-sze win a bronze medal at the Tokyo Olympics on August 8. Photo: Felix Wong People inside an electrical appliance shop in the Kornhill neighbourhood watch Hong Kong cyclist Sarah Lee Wai-sze win a bronze medal at the Tokyo Olympics on August 8. Photo: Felix Wong
People inside an electrical appliance shop in the Kornhill neighbourhood watch Hong Kong cyclist Sarah Lee Wai-sze win a bronze medal at the Tokyo Olympics on August 8. Photo: Felix Wong

Letters | Ride Hong Kong’s Olympic wave and get more young people into sport

  • Readers discuss ways to tackle the general apathy in the city towards sports, the cultural power on display at the Tokyo Olympics, how to get children gaming responsibly, and the importance of individual action to avert climate change

Topic |   Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games
People inside an electrical appliance shop in the Kornhill neighbourhood watch Hong Kong cyclist Sarah Lee Wai-sze win a bronze medal at the Tokyo Olympics on August 8. Photo: Felix Wong People inside an electrical appliance shop in the Kornhill neighbourhood watch Hong Kong cyclist Sarah Lee Wai-sze win a bronze medal at the Tokyo Olympics on August 8. Photo: Felix Wong
People inside an electrical appliance shop in the Kornhill neighbourhood watch Hong Kong cyclist Sarah Lee Wai-sze win a bronze medal at the Tokyo Olympics on August 8. Photo: Felix Wong
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