Letters to the editor
It is unacceptable that many Hongkongers spend excessively on material goods due to the city’s values and lifestyle which are centred on consumerism. This unhealthy shopping habit causes a serious waste problem that is bad for the environment.
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.
Are you part of the phubbing trend? It’s time to get off your smartphone and interact with real humans
Communicating is far more convenient for our generation than it was for our parents, thanks to technology.
Many people say the MTR’s decision to ban the sale of lighters inside the stations won’t be effective. They say anybody who is planning to start a fire can buy a lighter outside and bring it into the station.
Everyone knows that school life is hard for students in Hong Kong. There is so much pressure on us to get the best results.
In my opinion, a “by the bag” method will not reduce the number of plastic bags used, and will not deal with the household waste disposal problem effectively.
Many students in Hong Kong don’t choose their electives according to their interests. To a certain extent, this could be because many parents want their children to become doctors or lawyers.
So, how do we reduce the amount of food waste we produce each day?
Being an athlete in Hong Kong is quite difficult compared to other countries because of the lack of resources here.