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Homer Wei-Kwok Tso

Chairman

Council on Smoking and Health

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RickBoyne.com: October 2006

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"This is going to send a very strong message to our next generation, that smoking is not tolerated as it once was," said Dr Homer Tso, chairman of the Council on Smoking and Health.


Hong Kong smoking ban — Oxford Health Alliance

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Although some hope it will set an example for China, which has the highest number of smokers (350 million) in the world, Dr Homer Tso, chairman of the Council of Smoking and Health, is pessimistic, believing that it will take the country 30 to 50 years to address its smoking problem properly .


Travel: World: Smoking Ban Challenges Hong Kong Traditions

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So what we're doing in Hong Kong will give them a very nice leverage," said Dr. Homer Tso, chairman of the Council on Smoking and Health.Tso said it would still take at least 30 to 50 years for China to properly address its smoking problem even though it ratified the World Health Organisation's Framework Convention on Tobacco Control last year.Tso, who has pursued this anti-smoking bill with almost missionary zeal since 2001 when it was put forward, said he was confident the legislation would change Hong Kong's smoking culture."I think Hong Kong people have a consensus, Hong Kong people are aware of the harm of tobacco and they have expressed it, so hopefully ... this will be resonated through the legislation," he said.


Central Chronicle--World

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So what we're doing in Hong Kong will give them a very nice leverage, said Dr. Homer Tso, chairman of the Council on Smoking and Health.Tso said it would still take at least 30 to 50 years for China to properly address its smoking problem even though it ratified the World Health Organisation's Framework Convention on Tobacco Control last year.Tso, who has pursued this anti-smoking bill with almost missionary zeal since 2001 when it was put forward, said he was confident the legislation would change Hong Kong's smoking culture.I think Hong Kong people have a consensus, Hong Kong people are aware of the harm of tobacco and they have expressed it, so hopefully ... this will be resonated through the legislation, he said.


www.tobaccofreeasia.net

So what we're doing in Hong Kong will give them a very nice leverage," said Dr. Homer Tso, chairman of the Council on Smoking and Health. Tso said it would still take at least 30 to 50 years for China to properly address its smoking problem even though it ratified the World Health Organization's Framework Convention on Tobacco Control last year. Tso, who has pursued this anti-smoking bill with almost missionary zeal since 2001 when it was put forward, said he was confident the legislation would change Hong Kong's smoking culture. "I think Hong Kong people have a consensus, Hong Kong people are aware of the harm of tobacco and they have expressed it, so hopefully ... this will be resonated through the legislation," he said.


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