Letters to the editor
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.
I am writing in response to the article “HK’s libraries need to improve” (Young Post, October 30). The writer says longer opening hours for local libraries will greatly help those who get off work late.
Toys aren’t just for fun. They play an important role in children’s learning and socialisation, while boosting their imagination and creativity.
Try working towards small lifestyle choices like replacing greasy snack with nutritional alternatives and keeping a step counter on your phone.
Kindness begins at home, so we should all do something – and do it today.
Instead of asking who, out of young people and adults, have more to deal with, we should be asking what the best way is for everyone to deal with their problems and stress.
Mong Kok is a residential area as well as a commercial one, the noise can be really disruptive and keep residents awake, which is annoying.
I truly hope the central government will take tougher and more effective action to help protect the environment.
A few years ago, loads of people online were talking about a video they’d seen of what chicken McNuggets were supposedly made from.
Letter from the Editor: if anybody - even a parent or teacher - touches you in a way that makes you feel uncomfortable, tell someone
A teacher is under investigation for inappropriate behaviour with two students.