Pupils from International College Hong Kong Hong Lok Yuen in Tai Po plant a tiny forest on August 23. Photo: Jonathan Wong
Pupils from International College Hong Kong Hong Lok Yuen in Tai Po plant a tiny forest on August 23. Photo: Jonathan Wong

Letters | Hong Kong needs better education to overcome its plant blindness

  • Improving plant education will not just benefit the environment and our quality of life but also help protect our children from poisonous or dangerous plants

Topic |   Hong Kong environmental issues
Pupils from International College Hong Kong Hong Lok Yuen in Tai Po plant a tiny forest on August 23. Photo: Jonathan Wong
Pupils from International College Hong Kong Hong Lok Yuen in Tai Po plant a tiny forest on August 23. Photo: Jonathan Wong
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