Doo Hoi-kem (left), Minnie Soo (centre) and Lee Ho-ching celebrate after winning their women’s team bronze medal match against Germany at the Tokyo Olympics on August 5. Photo: Reuters Doo Hoi-kem (left), Minnie Soo (centre) and Lee Ho-ching celebrate after winning their women’s team bronze medal match against Germany at the Tokyo Olympics on August 5. Photo: Reuters
Doo Hoi-kem (left), Minnie Soo (centre) and Lee Ho-ching celebrate after winning their women’s team bronze medal match against Germany at the Tokyo Olympics on August 5. Photo: Reuters
Carrie Lam

Letters | How Hong Kong can build on its Olympics success

  • Chief Executive Carrie Lam has rightly pointed out that government support is essential to sports development
  • Hong Kong’s pride in its athletes’ triumphs must not be used to fuel anti-mainland sentiment, but convince the city that it too can rebound in the wake of challenges

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Doo Hoi-kem (left), Minnie Soo (centre) and Lee Ho-ching celebrate after winning their women’s team bronze medal match against Germany at the Tokyo Olympics on August 5. Photo: Reuters Doo Hoi-kem (left), Minnie Soo (centre) and Lee Ho-ching celebrate after winning their women’s team bronze medal match against Germany at the Tokyo Olympics on August 5. Photo: Reuters
Doo Hoi-kem (left), Minnie Soo (centre) and Lee Ho-ching celebrate after winning their women’s team bronze medal match against Germany at the Tokyo Olympics on August 5. Photo: Reuters
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