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Solving an aging population is the top concern

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Even (though) Hong Kong has set up the Task Force on Population Policy, the long-term population policy is still ignored. Peter Lai Hing Ling, the first Secretary for Security of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region, urged the next Chief Executive to carry out the policy at once.(good opening)


By Rainbow Ho 22:10 20/03/2012

(At mid 2010-edit, unusual time introduction), the population of Hong Kong was over 7.07 million. The number of infants whose parents are non-Hong Kong residents born in Hong Kong is dramatically increasing.


Due to the uncontrolled baby rush, the government has paid much effort to slow down the flood of pregnant mainlanders. However, Lai disagreed that the above one is the most important issue in Hong Kong.


“As population is the most important issue both countries and cities, we need to depend (preposition missing) our labor power to support our economy. However, the aging problem is getting obvious in Hong Kong now,” said Lai, giving a talk at Shue Yan University, adding that the government should place emphasis on it.


He mentioned that the number of elderly will (be-no need) double after a decade. Therefore, this alarm (brings-shows?/points to?/brings attention to?) the importance of population policy.


“An excellent policy can estimate the future of the population in order to match with the welfare and social policy. It can also control the aging problem,” said Lai.

--095083 2012年3月25日 (日) 15:59 (UTC)


To Isabelle: I have corrected the previous articles every week. And I have done them on time. Are there any problems that you cannot check my corrections? Thanks.

To Rainbow: Did you receive my email? Your corrections have been noted, simply some changes were left out (very minor ones), was checking in to see if there was any issue with those.


Correction

Even though Hong Kong has set up the Task Force on Population Policy, the long-term population policy is still ignored. Peter Lai Hing Ling, the first Secretary for Security of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region, urged the next Chief Executive to carry out the policy at once.


By Rainbow Ho 22:10 20/03/2012

At June 2010, the population of Hong Kong was over 7.07 million. The number of infants whose parents are non-Hong Kong residents born in Hong Kong is dramatically increasing.


Due to the uncontrolled baby rush, the government has paid much effort to slow down the flood of pregnant mainlanders. However, Lai disagreed that the above one is the most important issue in Hong Kong.


“As population is the most important issue both countries and cities, we need to depend on our labor power to support our economy. However, the aging problem is getting obvious in Hong Kong now,” said Lai, giving a talk at Shue Yan University, adding that the government should place emphasis on it.


He mentioned that the number of elderly will double after a decade. Therefore, this alarm points to the importance of population policy.


“An excellent policy can estimate the future of the population in order to match the welfare and social policy. It can also control the aging problem,” said Lai.

--095083 2012年3月20日 (二) 22:09 (UTC)

To: Isabelle

I have received your email and noted the problems. I will correct them later. Thank you very much.
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