Hong Kong remains an overwhelmingly ethnic-Chinese society – 92 per cent of the population are Chinese by ethnicity, according to the latest census figures. This contrasts sharply with other major cities, where ethnic minorities can make up more than half of the population. Photo: Fung Chang

Ethnic minorities are Hongkongers too, and should be treated as such 

Alice Wu says the list of indignities that Hong Kong’s ethnic minorities are put through – from discrimination in housing and education to a lack of job opportunities – makes a mockery of the city’s claim to be Asia’s World City

Topic |   Ethnic minorities in Hong Kong

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Hong Kong remains an overwhelmingly ethnic-Chinese society – 92 per cent of the population are Chinese by ethnicity, according to the latest census figures. This contrasts sharply with other major cities, where ethnic minorities can make up more than half of the population. Photo: Fung Chang
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