Skyscrapers can be seen behind an isolation facility in Kai Tak as a man passes in a mask, on June 28. Photo: Bloomberg
Skyscrapers can be seen behind an isolation facility in Kai Tak as a man passes in a mask, on June 28. Photo: Bloomberg
Alice Wu
Opinion

Opinion

Alice Wu

Hong Kong is back, but it’s not yet better than ever

  • When the US declared the pandemic ‘over’, the WHO was quick point out that isn’t yet the case
  • In the same way, signs that Hong Kong is ready to open to the world don’t mean there isn’t still work to do to improve residents’ well-being, particularly our children’s

Skyscrapers can be seen behind an isolation facility in Kai Tak as a man passes in a mask, on June 28. Photo: Bloomberg
Skyscrapers can be seen behind an isolation facility in Kai Tak as a man passes in a mask, on June 28. Photo: Bloomberg
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