Women practise yoga at Tamar Park in Central on April 21. As the number of new Covid-19 cases in the city drops, Hongkongers are venturing out more. Photo: Winson Wong Women practise yoga at Tamar Park in Central on April 21. As the number of new Covid-19 cases in the city drops, Hongkongers are venturing out more. Photo: Winson Wong
Women practise yoga at Tamar Park in Central on April 21. As the number of new Covid-19 cases in the city drops, Hongkongers are venturing out more. Photo: Winson Wong
Justin Bong-Kwan
Opinion

Opinion

Justin Bong-Kwan

What coronavirus-weary Hong Kong can learn from Napoleon, Oscar Wilde and Martin Luther King

  • Hongkongers, used to life in the fast lane, have struggled to adapt to spending more time in their often small homes. History, however, shows that time spent in isolation can be productive
  • Post-pandemic Hong Kong could have more bookworms and closer parent-child relationships

Women practise yoga at Tamar Park in Central on April 21. As the number of new Covid-19 cases in the city drops, Hongkongers are venturing out more. Photo: Winson Wong Women practise yoga at Tamar Park in Central on April 21. As the number of new Covid-19 cases in the city drops, Hongkongers are venturing out more. Photo: Winson Wong
Women practise yoga at Tamar Park in Central on April 21. As the number of new Covid-19 cases in the city drops, Hongkongers are venturing out more. Photo: Winson Wong
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