Letters to the editor

Hongkongers still have much to learn when it comes to accepting people of other races, religions and backgrounds.
Everyone has a responsibility to the planet and its animals, but we must also understand why these issues exist.
The food culture of Hong Kong will disappear unless everyone takes action to save local restaurants.
I recently took part in a workshop about Western table etiquette which was organised by my school.
The government will lift a biking ban on 16 bridges and flyovers, but it's still not enough.
Although Hong Kong is a hi-tech city, we are well behind other developed economies when it comes to environmental awareness.
I am writing in response to the article, “How a new therapy uses VR to help those with depression, trauma, PTSD, and other mental health issues” (Young Post, September 21).
Hongkongers should be educated about racial prejudice and learn to accept people from different backgrounds.
Nowadays, many teenagers like to read web novels – novels which are only available online. They especially like Chinese web novels.
I am writing about the need to legalise Uber in Hong Kong.
Youth crime is a big problem these days. In urban, competitive societies like Hong Kong, teenagers can easily be led astray and may even end up joining triad gangs.