Young people walk through Tsim Sha Tsui. A survey found just over 38 per cent indicated they trusted the government. Photo: Dickson LeeYoung people walk through Tsim Sha Tsui. A survey found just over 38 per cent indicated they trusted the government. Photo: Dickson Lee
Young people walk through Tsim Sha Tsui. A survey found just over 38 per cent indicated they trusted the government. Photo: Dickson Lee

‘Just window dressing’ – poll finds most young people in Hong Kong would shun seat on official advisory committees

  • Almost three-quarters of respondents would steer clear of scheme aimed at encouraging residents under age of 35 to take up roles
  • Despite city leader setting goal of 15pc participation by mid-2022, rate hovers at 11.6pc, with many harbouring doubts over groups’ effectiveness

Topic |   Hong Kong youth
Young people walk through Tsim Sha Tsui. A survey found just over 38 per cent indicated they trusted the government. Photo: Dickson LeeYoung people walk through Tsim Sha Tsui. A survey found just over 38 per cent indicated they trusted the government. Photo: Dickson Lee
Young people walk through Tsim Sha Tsui. A survey found just over 38 per cent indicated they trusted the government. Photo: Dickson Lee
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