Letters to the editor

People say Hongkongers will face an identity crisis because they have not been taught Chinese history properly. Therefore, the Education Bureau is considering making Chinese history compulsory in senior secondary school. I do not agree with this.
There is a lot of political tension between Hong Kong and the mainland. Knowing what happened in the past is essential if we want to understand the present and ensure a better future.
Many Hongkongers have pets, but last year more than 3,000 animals were put to sleep because there was no one to care for them. 
Newly appointed Commissioner of Police Stephen Lo.
Hong Kong has a new police commissioner. He was nominated by Chief Executive Leung Chun-ying, but we don't know much about Stephen Lo Wai-chung.
A worker dries shark fins in a fishing port in Indonesia.
I went out with my relatives for dinner recently and I saw that the main course was a dish made of shark fin.
Photo: Reuters
A recent study showed that number of eating disorders is increasing drastically in Hong Kong.
Although the government is keen to help ex-prisoners reintegrate into society, some people are still reluctant to accept them.
The Hong Kong police plans to buy three water cannon at a cost of HK$27 million, according to a newspaper report.
Living in a materialistic city like Hong Kong, people are all working at fever pitch just to earn a living.
How can I tell my baby sister about those shops that I loved when she grows up? What can we do so the next generation will still have a good knowledge about our own culture?
Many people say that schools teach subjects that are too academic, and do not provide students with the real-life skills they will need after graduation.