Full-time dad Terry Chan Wai-nok and his one-year-old daughter Chan Tin-ching at home in Tai Wo Estate, Tai Wo. Full-time dad Terry Chan Wai-nok and his one-year-old daughter Chan Tin-ching at home in Tai Wo Estate, Tai Wo.
Full-time dad Terry Chan Wai-nok and his one-year-old daughter Chan Tin-ching at home in Tai Wo Estate, Tai Wo.
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Paternity leave law cries out for change

  • Society and the economy benefit when fathers help in the raising of newborns and, in a city where they are mandated only five days off, a cultural shift and further education are needed

Full-time dad Terry Chan Wai-nok and his one-year-old daughter Chan Tin-ching at home in Tai Wo Estate, Tai Wo. Full-time dad Terry Chan Wai-nok and his one-year-old daughter Chan Tin-ching at home in Tai Wo Estate, Tai Wo.
Full-time dad Terry Chan Wai-nok and his one-year-old daughter Chan Tin-ching at home in Tai Wo Estate, Tai Wo.
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