People head to work in Central on April 15. More than half the population in Hong Kong is female, yet their needs are often overlooked. Photo: Nora Tam
People head to work in Central on April 15. More than half the population in Hong Kong is female, yet their needs are often overlooked. Photo: Nora Tam
Alice Wu
Opinion

Opinion

Alice Wu

In leaving women out of her policies, Carrie Lam has made a costly economic mistake

  • From her privileged vantage point, excused from domestic duties, Lam probably has no idea women’s challenges were largely overlooked in her policy address. Yet leaving women behind will do little to help economic recovery

People head to work in Central on April 15. More than half the population in Hong Kong is female, yet their needs are often overlooked. Photo: Nora Tam
People head to work in Central on April 15. More than half the population in Hong Kong is female, yet their needs are often overlooked. Photo: Nora Tam
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