Children splash in puddles on Tung Choi Street on October 13. In rich and peaceful Hong Kong, every child should be happily going to school, getting a good education and playing with their peers. Photo: Felix Wong
Children splash in puddles on Tung Choi Street on October 13. In rich and peaceful Hong Kong, every child should be happily going to school, getting a good education and playing with their peers. Photo: Felix Wong
Poverty

Letters | If Hong Kong is so rich, why are our children selling scrap cardboard?

  • Readers discuss children in poverty in Hong Kong, how fintech seems bent on encouraging spending, the efficacy of the salt and sugar labelling scheme and suggest how to further freedom of speech in China

Children splash in puddles on Tung Choi Street on October 13. In rich and peaceful Hong Kong, every child should be happily going to school, getting a good education and playing with their peers. Photo: Felix Wong
Children splash in puddles on Tung Choi Street on October 13. In rich and peaceful Hong Kong, every child should be happily going to school, getting a good education and playing with their peers. Photo: Felix Wong
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