Indonesian domestic helper Erwiana Sulistyaningsih lies in a bed at a hospital in Central Java, Indonesia. Photo: Sam Tsang Indonesian domestic helper Erwiana Sulistyaningsih lies in a bed at a hospital in Central Java, Indonesia. Photo: Sam Tsang
Indonesian domestic helper Erwiana Sulistyaningsih lies in a bed at a hospital in Central Java, Indonesia. Photo: Sam Tsang
Jason Y Ng
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As I see it by Jason Y Ng

Why Hong Kong's government should apologise for failing abused domestic workers

Indonesian domestic helper Erwiana Sulistyaningsih lies in a bed at a hospital in Central Java, Indonesia. Photo: Sam Tsang Indonesian domestic helper Erwiana Sulistyaningsih lies in a bed at a hospital in Central Java, Indonesia. Photo: Sam Tsang
Indonesian domestic helper Erwiana Sulistyaningsih lies in a bed at a hospital in Central Java, Indonesia. Photo: Sam Tsang
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Jason Y Ng

Jason Y Ng

Born in Hong Kong, Jason is a globe-trotter who spent his entire adult life in Europe, the United States and Canada before settling back in his birthplace to rediscover his roots. He is a full-time lawyer and a freelance writer who raves and rants about Hong Kong and its people. Jason is the bestselling author of HONG KONG State of Mind and No City for Slow Men.