Rachel Blundy

City desk reporter covering Hong Kong community news, particularly for City Weekend. Covers environment, charity, culture, crime, politics and viral news. Before the South China Morning Post, Rachel worked as a reporter at the Evening Standard in London. Follow her on Twitter @rachelblundy.
Rachel Blundy
City desk reporter covering Hong Kong community news, particularly for City Weekend. Covers environment, charity, culture, crime, politics and viral news. Before the South China Morning Post, Rachel worked as a reporter at the Evening Standard in London. Follow her on Twitter @rachelblundy.

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Grounds for optimism: Hong Kong’s special needs teenagers gain new confidence as baristas

With a little help from the Salvation Army and a local cafe chain, young people are learning new skills, and how to express themselves, making coffee

20 Jul 2018 - 2:55PM

With a little help from the Salvation Army and a local cafe chain, young people are learning new skills, and how to express themselves, making coffee

Grounds for optimism: Hong Kong’s special needs teenagers gain new confidence as baristas
Meet one of the last remaining Hong Kong Chinese traders in Chungking Mansions
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Why are Hong Kong’s expats still down in the dumps about living in the city?
How Hongkonger who had arm amputated at age 12 will tackle 30km cycle
Does Hong Kong have enough expertise to treat peanut allergies for some 21,000 people?
The Hong Kong actor straddling two cultures
Eight winners of Hong Kong’s Men of Hope awards celebrate contributions to local community
Hong Kong’s expatriates ‘more satisfied’ ... but not as happy as others in Asia
Hong Kong’s domestic workers march through city to call for 27.6 per cent wage rise, as concerns mount over recent deaths
Hong Kong Observation Wheel could be closed for two years as new operator takes over
Overt racism, bad education and less freedom - a Hong Kong filmmaker on her city
‘I deserved what I got’: Contrite Hong Kong snake catcher hails hospital staff who saved his life
How a guide dog led a blind Hong Kong athlete to a better life
How self-confessed gamer geek and fast-food addict from Hong Kong became world-class athlete with Street Workout
How a ‘ruthless playboy businessman’ in Hong Kong became a transgender woman
From triad members to Muay Thai coaches: young Hongkongers find new life after gangs
Property manager turned photographer recreates Hong Kong night scene in Lego form
Workers, know your rights, experts say, after high-profile labour disputes hit Hong Kong
Going against the flow: fun photos show a surreal side of Hong Kong
Expat eyeing record for swimming around Hong Kong Island wants to make splash for charity
How does Hong Kong compare with Asian counterparts on development of creative industries?
Meet the young designers leading growth in Hong Kong’s creative industries despite challenges
Hong Kong domestic helper recounts tears of joy upon reaching Mount Kilimanjaro summit in charity climb
Owner of subdivided Hong Kong flat where fire killed three could be prosecuted
Hong Kong asylum seekers get volleyball coaching as teens help ‘connect with the community’
Hong Kong cobbler puts heart and sole into repairing shoes on his trusted 25-year-old machine
Why a fight is raging over a proposal to build homes in Hong Kong’s country parks
Hong Kong’s online shoppers reminded to be vigilant as police admit they cannot help growing numbers of scam victims
How a Hong Kong domestic helper is training to climb Mount Kilimanjaro for charity