Hong Kong’s top children’s rights advocate has criticised the government’s slow-moving efforts to reform child protection laws in the wake of a trial over the murder of a young girl that shocked the city. Priscilla Lui Tsang Sun-kai, chairwoman of the Hong Kong Committee on Children’s Rights and member of the Commission on Children, said the city also needed to step up training for teachers, social workers and child protection authorities on how to identify and report suspected child abuse, as…


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