A 10-strong group of school principals are calling for the broadening of a proposed ban on e-cigarettes. Photo: Edward Wong A 10-strong group of school principals are calling for the broadening of a proposed ban on e-cigarettes. Photo: Edward Wong
A 10-strong group of school principals are calling for the broadening of a proposed ban on e-cigarettes. Photo: Edward Wong

Hong Kong school principals demand full e-cigarettes ban after children younger than 10 seen smoking

  • Head teachers unite in calling for use of new smoking products to be outlawed, fearing young children will move on to conventional cigarettes
  • A bill banning the sale, related activities of such products still stuck with lawmakers, some of whom oppose prohibition when regular cigarettes remain legal

Topic |   Smoking and vaping
A 10-strong group of school principals are calling for the broadening of a proposed ban on e-cigarettes. Photo: Edward Wong A 10-strong group of school principals are calling for the broadening of a proposed ban on e-cigarettes. Photo: Edward Wong
A 10-strong group of school principals are calling for the broadening of a proposed ban on e-cigarettes. Photo: Edward Wong
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