The emails are piling up, office queries need attention, and Jackie Yang's kids won't leave her alone.
"'Mom, I don't know how to log on to the computer,' 'Mom, help me print out my paper.' Imagine hearing 'Mom!' every minute. I'm just up to my neck," said Yang, who works for a Chinese bank in risk control.
For Yang and thousands of other parents in Hong Kong, the past few months have been nothing but frustration. The city's school-aged children are expected to miss about 13 weeks of classes due to government-mandated shutdowns, first because of anti-government protests, now for the coronavirus outbreak. On top of that are the fees; tuition in one of the world's most expensive cities can cost upward of $20,000 a year.