Letters to the editor

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Instead of asking who, out of young people and adults, have more to deal with, we should be asking what the best way is for everyone to deal with their problems and stress.
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Hong Kong is an international city, and having a good education is essential. So students seem to be glued to their books all the time.
There’s a saying: As long as there is a dream, there is hope. To make my dream come true, I have to strive for excellence.
When Zhang Dejiang came to Hong Kong last month, 5,000 policemen were on standby because there were “potential risks of riots”. This is ridiculous!
Bullying is a serious problem, no matter which country you live in. That’s where a programme called KiVa comes in. It’s an anti-bullying programme from Finland, and it seems to really work.
Nowadays many teenagers have difficulties making new friends. They are probably too shy and introverted. In fact, it’s not difficult to make new friends.
I watched the now-famous video about maths triangles. It has got a lot of students talking.
Up to 10,000 dogs, and some cats, are slaughtered for the annual festival in Yulin, Guangxi province. Animal rights activists have united to oppose the dog meat trade, calling for it to be scrapped.
No to corporal punishmentCorporal punishment is intended to cause a person physical pain.
Good grades are important, but teenagers should also learn to take on responsibilities and interact with adults.