Teenager’s desire to raise city’s social conscience earns her Spirit of Hong Kong Award nomination

//Teenager’s desire to raise city’s social conscience earns her Spirit of Hong Kong Award nomination

Teenager’s desire to raise city’s social conscience earns her Spirit of Hong Kong Award nomination

Rainbow Pang Yan-tsz always spends time observing the things going on around her.The 17-year-old has taken notice of the sudden shortage of bicycle parking spaces caused by the short-lived boom in bike sharing in Hong Kong not long ago, and has also tried to shine a light on the attitudes of some local parents towards the less fortunate.“There are some parents who may tell their young children to stay away from Down’s syndrome kids when running into them in the street,” Pang said. “In doing so,…

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