Shalini Mahtani

Shalini Mahtani is founder and CEO of the Zubin Foundation. [email protected]
Shalini Mahtani
Shalini Mahtani is founder and CEO of the Zubin Foundation. [email protected]

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Opinion | How international schools can truly cultivate diversity – support disadvantaged ethnic minority students

Hong Kong’s international, private and DSS schools are obliged to offer scholarships in exchange for land from the government. Hong Kong’s marginalised ethnic minority students would benefit from admission to these schools.

15 May 2019 - 9:00AM

Hong Kong’s international, private and DSS schools are obliged to offer scholarships in exchange for land from the government. Hong Kong’s marginalised ethnic minority students would benefit from admission to these schools.

How international schools can truly cultivate diversity – support disadvantaged ethnic minority students
Carrie Lam’s help for ethnic minorities is appreciated, but should only be the start

The current administration is taking unprecedented steps to help Hong Kong’s minorities, as are business leaders, but attitudes need to change among the general population.

20 Mar 2018 - 2:56PM

The current administration is taking unprecedented steps to help Hong Kong’s minorities, as are business leaders, but attitudes need to change among the general population.

Carrie Lam’s help for ethnic minorities is appreciated, but should only be the start
Hong Kong’s school system shuts out non-Chinese-speaking special needs children

Hong Kong has a moral responsibility to support all children – including non-Chinese-speaking special needs youngsters. The Education Bureau must take urgent steps to address the acute shortage of school places for this group.

16 Jan 2018 - 7:50PM

Hong Kong has a moral responsibility to support all children – including non-Chinese-speaking special needs youngsters. The Education Bureau must take urgent steps to address the acute shortage of school places for this group.

Hong Kong’s school system shuts out non-Chinese-speaking special needs children
How Hong Kong’s private hospitals are failing their patients
Regulate private hospitals in Hong Kong for better quality of care
HKEx wakes up to fact that board diversity is good business