So Mei Chi

So Mei Chi is a journalist and writer who takes a special interest in social issues and family dynamics. She is also the author of Strangers at Home, which explores the complicated layers of foreign domestic worker issues in Hong Kong. Writing children’s books is her new endeavour.
So Mei Chi
So Mei Chi is a journalist and writer who takes a special interest in social issues and family dynamics. She is also the author of Strangers at Home, which explores the complicated layers of foreign domestic worker issues in Hong Kong. Writing children’s books is her new endeavour.

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Opinion | For children in Hong Kong’s subdivided flats, small can be both wonderful and heartbreaking

What is life like for the 37,000 children and teens who live in partitioned flats? There are real worries, like intergenerational poverty, but also wonder and love. A fuller understanding of life in Hong Kong’s many subdivided flats will inspire empathy and change.

31 Mar 2019 - 7:58PM

What is life like for the 37,000 children and teens who live in partitioned flats? There are real worries, like intergenerational poverty, but also wonder and love. A fuller understanding of life in Hong Kong’s many subdivided flats will inspire empathy and change.

For children in Hong Kong’s subdivided flats, small can be both wonderful and heartbreaking