(from left to right): Lau Ka-kei, Lau Ka-po, Chan Fun-tim, Alice Yeung and Wong Chi-yuen, at the Society for Community Organisation press conference on child poverty in Hong Kong. Photo: Jonathan Wong
(from left to right): Lau Ka-kei, Lau Ka-po, Chan Fun-tim, Alice Yeung and Wong Chi-yuen, at the Society for Community Organisation press conference on child poverty in Hong Kong. Photo: Jonathan Wong
Poverty

The 229,600 Hong Kong children being left behind because they are too poor to learn and play with others

For families below the poverty line extracurricular activities are a luxury they can ill-afford, even if that means a child’s future is put in doubt

(from left to right): Lau Ka-kei, Lau Ka-po, Chan Fun-tim, Alice Yeung and Wong Chi-yuen, at the Society for Community Organisation press conference on child poverty in Hong Kong. Photo: Jonathan Wong
(from left to right): Lau Ka-kei, Lau Ka-po, Chan Fun-tim, Alice Yeung and Wong Chi-yuen, at the Society for Community Organisation press conference on child poverty in Hong Kong. Photo: Jonathan Wong
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