Two Muslim children show off henna art as part of the community’s celebration of the end of Ramadan in June. The Hong Kong government hopes its new measures can bridge the gaps in the current ethnic minority support network. Photo: Edmond So
Matthew Cheung
Opinion

Opinion

Matthew Cheung

How Hong Kong will spend the HK$500 million earmarked for support of its ethnic minorities

  • Matthew Cheung says the raft of measures aimed at fostering ethnic minority integration into wider society, and giving them a lift in upward mobility, will focus on education, employment and access to public services

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Two Muslim children show off henna art as part of the community’s celebration of the end of Ramadan in June. The Hong Kong government hopes its new measures can bridge the gaps in the current ethnic minority support network. Photo: Edmond So
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