Chief Executive Carrie Lam meets the press at Tamar on April 8 and unveils her HK$137.5 billion coronavirus relief package. Photo: May Tse Chief Executive Carrie Lam meets the press at Tamar on April 8 and unveils her HK$137.5 billion coronavirus relief package. Photo: May Tse
Chief Executive Carrie Lam meets the press at Tamar on April 8 and unveils her HK$137.5 billion coronavirus relief package. Photo: May Tse
Alice Wu
Opinion

Opinion

Alice Wu

Carrie Lam has finally done a good job on coronavirus relief. Pity about her belated pay cut announcement though

  • The chief executive deserves credit for saying reassuring things we desperately needed to hear. Now, she just needs to stay ahead of the curve and be alert to public sentiment, no small feat in this time of crisis

Chief Executive Carrie Lam meets the press at Tamar on April 8 and unveils her HK$137.5 billion coronavirus relief package. Photo: May Tse Chief Executive Carrie Lam meets the press at Tamar on April 8 and unveils her HK$137.5 billion coronavirus relief package. Photo: May Tse
Chief Executive Carrie Lam meets the press at Tamar on April 8 and unveils her HK$137.5 billion coronavirus relief package. Photo: May Tse
READ FULL ARTICLE
Alice Wu

Alice Wu

Alice Wu fell down the rabbit hole of politics aged 12, when she ran her first election campaign. She has been writing about local politics and current affairs for the Post since 2008. Alice's daily needs include her journals, books, a multi-coloured pen and several lattes.