The leader of the Hong Kong Catholic Diocese in his Christmas message has approached the general population to listen to youngsters – regardless of the possibility that their thoughts aren’t straightforward. Cardinal John Tong didn’t give specifics about what thoughts he was alluding to, just saying that youngsters may feel sad. Tong just said everybody in Hong Kong has been so drained in the previous year, in the wake of experiencing so much clash and torment. Tong said listening is vital to correspondence – to improve this general public a place. “At the point when our youngsters are feeling sad, there will be no future for our general public. As adults, we are obliged to listen when our youngsters are voicing out their contemplations,” said Tong. “Regardless of the possibility that we don’t generally comprehend, recollect that, we should experiment with best to listen to their voices. All things considered, listening is the initial step prompting to further exchange,” he said.