Chan Yik-sai (left ) and Lo Yuet-shan attend the launch yesterday of the annual report, organised by the Children's Rights Association. Photo: Edmond So Chan Yik-sai (left ) and Lo Yuet-shan attend the launch yesterday of the annual report, organised by the Children's Rights Association. Photo: Edmond So
Chan Yik-sai (left ) and Lo Yuet-shan attend the launch yesterday of the annual report, organised by the Children's Rights Association. Photo: Edmond So

Housing is the biggest worry for HongKong's poorest children, survey finds

Youngsters in the city are most concerned about housing, education and health care, survey finds

Chan Yik-sai (left ) and Lo Yuet-shan attend the launch yesterday of the annual report, organised by the Children's Rights Association. Photo: Edmond So Chan Yik-sai (left ) and Lo Yuet-shan attend the launch yesterday of the annual report, organised by the Children's Rights Association. Photo: Edmond So
Chan Yik-sai (left ) and Lo Yuet-shan attend the launch yesterday of the annual report, organised by the Children's Rights Association. Photo: Edmond So
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