Wong Shui-ying (centre) with her seven-year-old son Leung Yu-wang and 10-year-old daughter Leung Yee-tung at their home in Shek Kip Mei. Photo: Jonathan Wong Wong Shui-ying (centre) with her seven-year-old son Leung Yu-wang and 10-year-old daughter Leung Yee-tung at their home in Shek Kip Mei. Photo: Jonathan Wong
Wong Shui-ying (centre) with her seven-year-old son Leung Yu-wang and 10-year-old daughter Leung Yee-tung at their home in Shek Kip Mei. Photo: Jonathan Wong

Coronavirus pandemic

As Hong Kong schools close again, frazzled parents go back to juggling jobs, monitoring kids’ online lessons

  • Teachers deal with online teaching challenges too, finding ways to keep students attentive amid Covid-19 pandemic
  • Stress levels rise as parents devise ways to supervise schoolwork, attend office meetings

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
Wong Shui-ying (centre) with her seven-year-old son Leung Yu-wang and 10-year-old daughter Leung Yee-tung at their home in Shek Kip Mei. Photo: Jonathan Wong Wong Shui-ying (centre) with her seven-year-old son Leung Yu-wang and 10-year-old daughter Leung Yee-tung at their home in Shek Kip Mei. Photo: Jonathan Wong
Wong Shui-ying (centre) with her seven-year-old son Leung Yu-wang and 10-year-old daughter Leung Yee-tung at their home in Shek Kip Mei. Photo: Jonathan Wong
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