Legislative councillors in Hong Kong handles social issues. They care about their
- 8 年前最愛解答
"Councillors" is a plural noun so it should be followed by a verb - in basic form.
In my opinion, it should be
Legislative councillors in Hong Kong handle social issues. They care about their interests.
I would like to know more if "their interests" means councillor's or the society's? It would be much better if it is more specific :)
Hope they help!
2012-12-25 18:12:37 補充：
I see! so I'd suggest
Legislative councillors in Hong Kong handle social issues but they care more about their own interests.
"but" can show the contradiction of their doings - their responsibilities of serving citizens and what they actually do.