A lull in coronavirus cases in September last year made it possible for in-person classes to resume in Hong Kong schools, including at Ying Wa Primary School in Cheung Sha Wan. Photo: Winson Wong
A lull in coronavirus cases in September last year made it possible for in-person classes to resume in Hong Kong schools, including at Ying Wa Primary School in Cheung Sha Wan. Photo: Winson Wong
Alice Wu
Opinion

Opinion

Alice Wu

How Hong Kong school suspensions and nano flats reflect a government blind to its people’s distress

  • In response to Covid-19, the Education Bureau is simply suspending in-person classes without addressing the worries of already stressed students, teachers and parents
  • In housing, the increasing number of nano flats reflects yet another instance of government inaction contributing to falling living standards

A lull in coronavirus cases in September last year made it possible for in-person classes to resume in Hong Kong schools, including at Ying Wa Primary School in Cheung Sha Wan. Photo: Winson Wong
A lull in coronavirus cases in September last year made it possible for in-person classes to resume in Hong Kong schools, including at Ying Wa Primary School in Cheung Sha Wan. Photo: Winson Wong
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