Lamma Island

Lamma Island, the third largest island in Hong Kong with a land area of about 14 square km, is situated 3 km off the southwest coast of Hong Kong Island. It is home to a highly diverse population of about 6,000 people, many of them of Western origins. There are regular ferry services between Lamma and Hong Kong Island. 

Education for all

In colonial days, the expatriate elite, whose school fees were met by employers, never saw the need for low-cost education for other Westerners. An unspoken arrogance prevailed: that Hong Kong did not need the type of foreigners who lacked the means to pay for schooling.