Four-year-old Huang Zijuan and her mother Wen Qifei (left) share the difficulties they have faced amid the coronavirus epidemic during a press conference organised by Society for Community Organisation in Sham Shui Po on February 23. Photo: Nora Tam Four-year-old Huang Zijuan and her mother Wen Qifei (left) share the difficulties they have faced amid the coronavirus epidemic during a press conference organised by Society for Community Organisation in Sham Shui Po on February 23. Photo: Nora Tam
Four-year-old Huang Zijuan and her mother Wen Qifei (left) share the difficulties they have faced amid the coronavirus epidemic during a press conference organised by Society for Community Organisation in Sham Shui Po on February 23. Photo: Nora Tam
Nutsa Kobakhidze
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Nutsa Kobakhidze

Coronavirus pandemic has upended schooling in Hong Kong – with parents bearing the brunt

  • The digital divide is evident in how schools deliver e-learning, with parents anxious that their children are losing out and struggling to support them while juggling work

Four-year-old Huang Zijuan and her mother Wen Qifei (left) share the difficulties they have faced amid the coronavirus epidemic during a press conference organised by Society for Community Organisation in Sham Shui Po on February 23. Photo: Nora Tam Four-year-old Huang Zijuan and her mother Wen Qifei (left) share the difficulties they have faced amid the coronavirus epidemic during a press conference organised by Society for Community Organisation in Sham Shui Po on February 23. Photo: Nora Tam
Four-year-old Huang Zijuan and her mother Wen Qifei (left) share the difficulties they have faced amid the coronavirus epidemic during a press conference organised by Society for Community Organisation in Sham Shui Po on February 23. Photo: Nora Tam
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