Chief executive Carrie Lam and Commissioner for Sports Yeung Tak-keung with star cyclist Sarah Lee Wai-sze. Photo: HandoutChief executive Carrie Lam and Commissioner for Sports Yeung Tak-keung with star cyclist Sarah Lee Wai-sze. Photo: Handout
Chief executive Carrie Lam and Commissioner for Sports Yeung Tak-keung with star cyclist Sarah Lee Wai-sze. Photo: Handout
Chan Kin-wa
Opinion

Opinion

Chan Kin-wa

Cough up Carrie Lam, Hong Kong’s sports coaches need cash to survive Covid-19 more than bailed-out big business

  • Eight months since the start of the Covid-19 outbreak coaches have only been given a measly one-off relief subsidy of HK$7,500
  • The closure of sports facilities and the suspension of school classes have put them under huge financial strain

Chief executive Carrie Lam and Commissioner for Sports Yeung Tak-keung with star cyclist Sarah Lee Wai-sze. Photo: HandoutChief executive Carrie Lam and Commissioner for Sports Yeung Tak-keung with star cyclist Sarah Lee Wai-sze. Photo: Handout
Chief executive Carrie Lam and Commissioner for Sports Yeung Tak-keung with star cyclist Sarah Lee Wai-sze. Photo: Handout
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