Chief Executive Carrie Lam and her team attend a news conference on August 21. With less than two months to go before the next policy address on October 14, there is much to be done. Photo: AP Chief Executive Carrie Lam and her team attend a news conference on August 21. With less than two months to go before the next policy address on October 14, there is much to be done. Photo: AP
Chief Executive Carrie Lam and her team attend a news conference on August 21. With less than two months to go before the next policy address on October 14, there is much to be done. Photo: AP
Alice Wu
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Alice Wu

Hong Kong third wave: government must be sensitive to the average person’s plight

  • Infection numbers are falling but pandemic fatigue remains a risk. As a result, the government’s leadership is crucial – its recovery battle plan must be centred on people’s needs. This means acknowledging past mistakes and making a fresh start

Chief Executive Carrie Lam and her team attend a news conference on August 21. With less than two months to go before the next policy address on October 14, there is much to be done. Photo: AP Chief Executive Carrie Lam and her team attend a news conference on August 21. With less than two months to go before the next policy address on October 14, there is much to be done. Photo: AP
Chief Executive Carrie Lam and her team attend a news conference on August 21. With less than two months to go before the next policy address on October 14, there is much to be done. Photo: AP
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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.