People, many elderly, queue up to ask about missing their consumption vouchers at the information centre at Pioneer Centre, Mong Kok, on September 2. The fiasco instils neither confidence nor hope. Photo: Sam Tsang People, many elderly, queue up to ask about missing their consumption vouchers at the information centre at Pioneer Centre, Mong Kok, on September 2. The fiasco instils neither confidence nor hope. Photo: Sam Tsang
People, many elderly, queue up to ask about missing their consumption vouchers at the information centre at Pioneer Centre, Mong Kok, on September 2. The fiasco instils neither confidence nor hope. Photo: Sam Tsang
Alice Wu
Opinion

Opinion

Alice Wu

Carrie Lam may have a vision for Hong Kong but where is the outreach?

  • Convincing Hongkongers to get on board is an uphill task with district councils hollowed out. Vision doesn’t translate into real impact unless you’re on the ground sharing it with the people

People, many elderly, queue up to ask about missing their consumption vouchers at the information centre at Pioneer Centre, Mong Kok, on September 2. The fiasco instils neither confidence nor hope. Photo: Sam Tsang People, many elderly, queue up to ask about missing their consumption vouchers at the information centre at Pioneer Centre, Mong Kok, on September 2. The fiasco instils neither confidence nor hope. Photo: Sam Tsang
People, many elderly, queue up to ask about missing their consumption vouchers at the information centre at Pioneer Centre, Mong Kok, on September 2. The fiasco instils neither confidence nor hope. Photo: Sam Tsang
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