Letters to the editor
I want to share my thoughts on the article "A dose of socialism would be good for Hong Kong's health" (Young Post, June 19).
My school encourages us to read newspapers, and teachers give us lots of news cuttings to read. Some students think this is a waste of time. I don't agree.
I am writing about the decision made by an elite girls' school.
Will China's holiday to celebrate the end of WW2, and thus Japan's surrender and defeat, offend Japan?
Is the holiday anti-Japan?
Hong Kong is often called a shopping and culinary paradise, but it's getting very hard to find books. Specifically, English ones.
It seems that nowadays people don't really have good relationships with others. The main reason is that we don't talk enough any more. Conversation is really important in a relationship. We learn how others feel through chatting.
The government needs to make sure that ethnic minority children are given places in kindergarten. If minorities can't find places for their children because they don't speak Chinese, the relationship between Hongkongers and these minorities will be harmed.
I think overprotective parents are bad for children's development.
A black man was killed by a white policeman in America in August. There were lots of protests and riots because of it, which created a very tense atmosphere.