Recently, Hong Kong lawmakers passed a bill on e-cigarettes, and the import or sale of e-cigarettes in Hong Kong will be considered illegal, especially noting that personal use of e-cigarette products is not banned.
There are some different voices about the implementation of the bill, with some supporters making this a big victory, and some politicians are even calling for further bans to curb tobacco use.
Similarly, another part of lawmakers believe that the bill goes too far in targeting e-cigarettes and their related products, and that doing so does harm to potential areas of innovation.
A recent South China Post article has also attracted attention. " Given the Australian electronic cigarette ban's lack of success in reducing smoking rates, Hong Kong should think twice.”