Live Talk – Ethnic Minority VS Ethnic Majority?

Hong Kong, a metropolitan that claimed itself to be Asia’s world city. But, many people are criticising the city behaves much more like a village against people of ethnic minority.

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Breaking Stereostypes

A vibrant part of Hong Kong are actually comprised of ethnic minorities including both new immigrants and those who have been living in the city for generations.

According to Oxfam, half a million of Indonesians, Filipinos, Indians, Pakistanis, Nepalese and others are living Hong in Kong, and are constituting nearly 1 out of 10 people in the city.

The government acknowledges the important role of ethnic minority in shaping Hong Kong’s history and helps them with education, employment and community outreach. Yet, problem such as racial discrimination, poverty, language barriers, and unemployment remain.

 

Today, we are speaking to Jeffrey Andrews, a renowned minority social worker and advocate from – Christian Action and Hong Kong Unison.

A charity organization that believes ‘’Everyone are born equal.” And are dedicated in helping ethnic minorities to integrate into the Hong Kong society.