People wait to cross the road in Hong Kong on December 20. The city must make a new start, and Carrie Lam’s top priority for 2021 must be to help every Hongkonger survive the year. Photo: SOPA Images via ZUMA Wire/dpa People wait to cross the road in Hong Kong on December 20. The city must make a new start, and Carrie Lam’s top priority for 2021 must be to help every Hongkonger survive the year. Photo: SOPA Images via ZUMA Wire/dpa
People wait to cross the road in Hong Kong on December 20. The city must make a new start, and Carrie Lam’s top priority for 2021 must be to help every Hongkonger survive the year. Photo: SOPA Images via ZUMA Wire/dpa
Alice Wu
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Alice Wu

What Carrie Lam can do for fed-up Hongkongers: control the pandemic and revive the economy

  • With the city’s splintered opposition camp posing little threat to her rule, the chief executive should devote her energies to solving the problem of the hour – overcoming Covid-19 to protect public health and people’s livelihoods

People wait to cross the road in Hong Kong on December 20. The city must make a new start, and Carrie Lam’s top priority for 2021 must be to help every Hongkonger survive the year. Photo: SOPA Images via ZUMA Wire/dpa People wait to cross the road in Hong Kong on December 20. The city must make a new start, and Carrie Lam’s top priority for 2021 must be to help every Hongkonger survive the year. Photo: SOPA Images via ZUMA Wire/dpa
People wait to cross the road in Hong Kong on December 20. The city must make a new start, and Carrie Lam’s top priority for 2021 must be to help every Hongkonger survive the year. Photo: SOPA Images via ZUMA Wire/dpa
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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.