Tougher health checks proposed for Hong Kong after spike in accidents involving older drivers

Hong Kong minibus driver Yau Chi-kong, 71, rarely thinks about retiring for fear of the boredom that could follow such a decision.Living with his 69-year-old wife in a self-owned property without any children to worry about, he can afford to stop working at any time of his choosing.“My health is actually good. I think I can be a minibus driver for as long as I want,” mused Yau, who earns about HK$20,000 (US$2,565) a month.“If I am retired, I am afraid that I will have nothing to do and feel…


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