Residents call on Hong Kong Chief Secretary Matthew Cheung to ensure equal opportunities for ethnic minorities in Hong Kong. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
Alice Wu
Opinion

Opinion

Alice Wu

Rampant racism in Hong Kong is why the government’s defence of its human rights record falls flat

  • Alice Wu says the UN Human Rights Council rightly took Hong Kong to task over its handling of the advocacy of democracy and autonomy in the city
  • For all the attention on these political developments, it is the government’s failure to address the everyday racism here that is most galling

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Residents call on Hong Kong Chief Secretary Matthew Cheung to ensure equal opportunities for ethnic minorities in Hong Kong. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
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