Hong Kong’s poor reading habit ‘will affect ability to learn independently’ as survey shows almost a third have not read printed book in past year

//Hong Kong’s poor reading habit ‘will affect ability to learn independently’ as survey shows almost a third have not read printed book in past year

Hong Kong’s poor reading habit ‘will affect ability to learn independently’ as survey shows almost a third have not read printed book in past year

Almost a third of Hongkongers have not read a printed book in the past year and among them, nearly half have never formed a reading habit, a survey has revealed.The Hong Kong Publishing Professional Society interviewed 1,876 people by phone about their reading habits from January to March. The results, released on Thursday, found 589 people said they had not read a physical book in the past year. Some 286 interviewees said they never read printed books.The main reasons given included lacking…

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