It was a hot summer day in 2010, when 72-year-old Lau Ping-yin decided to drop in at the air-conditioned Tseung Kwan O Public Library after a sweaty walk in a nearby park.
But he found it impossible to get a seat in the crowded reading area for adults on the second floor, and the first floor was a children’s zone.
“It suddenly dawned on me that there were not many areas for the elderly to read books,” Lau, now 79, said. “Our eyes can’t see very well either….
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