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More than 60 per cent of Hongkongers use plastic utensils or straws when dining out, and that's not okay
It’s time to say no to unnecessary packaging and disposable dining ware.
Many Chinese say they are non-religious, but often engage in customs that are not backed by scientific evidence
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