An image of working mother Liz Thomas in Hong Kong, taken from her #ittaseslikelove Instagram campaign page. Thomas wants to see breastfeeding normalised in city, where fewer than 28 per cent of women exclusively breastfeed their babies for the minimum recommended period. Photo: Instagram/@ittasteslikeloveAn image of working mother Liz Thomas in Hong Kong, taken from her #ittaseslikelove Instagram campaign page. Thomas wants to see breastfeeding normalised in city, where fewer than 28 per cent of women exclusively breastfeed their babies for the minimum recommended period. Photo: Instagram/@ittasteslikelove
An image of working mother Liz Thomas in Hong Kong, taken from her #ittaseslikelove Instagram campaign page. Thomas wants to see breastfeeding normalised in city, where fewer than 28 per cent of women exclusively breastfeed their babies for the minimum recommended period. Photo: Instagram/@ittasteslikelove

World Breastfeeding Week: working mother pushes to normalise breastfeeding in public

  • Liz Thomas campaigns to normalise breastfeeding in public in Hong Kong and raise awareness of breast milk’s many benefits
  • The original superfood, breast milk is a rich source of antibodies, and linked to lower rates of asthma, obesity and diabetes
Topic |   Wellness
An image of working mother Liz Thomas in Hong Kong, taken from her #ittaseslikelove Instagram campaign page. Thomas wants to see breastfeeding normalised in city, where fewer than 28 per cent of women exclusively breastfeed their babies for the minimum recommended period. Photo: Instagram/@ittasteslikeloveAn image of working mother Liz Thomas in Hong Kong, taken from her #ittaseslikelove Instagram campaign page. Thomas wants to see breastfeeding normalised in city, where fewer than 28 per cent of women exclusively breastfeed their babies for the minimum recommended period. Photo: Instagram/@ittasteslikelove
An image of working mother Liz Thomas in Hong Kong, taken from her #ittaseslikelove Instagram campaign page. Thomas wants to see breastfeeding normalised in city, where fewer than 28 per cent of women exclusively breastfeed their babies for the minimum recommended period. Photo: Instagram/@ittasteslikelove
READ FULL ARTICLE