Worshippers at the Sikh Temple in Wan Chai. Parents from Hong Kong’s ethnic minority communities would benefit from more information on school websites regarding support offered to non-Chinese-speaking pupils. Photo: Edmond So Worshippers at the Sikh Temple in Wan Chai. Parents from Hong Kong’s ethnic minority communities would benefit from more information on school websites regarding support offered to non-Chinese-speaking pupils. Photo: Edmond So
Worshippers at the Sikh Temple in Wan Chai. Parents from Hong Kong’s ethnic minority communities would benefit from more information on school websites regarding support offered to non-Chinese-speaking pupils. Photo: Edmond So

Hong Kong’s ethnic minority parents are battling information gap on schools

Topic |   Ethnic minorities in Hong Kong
Worshippers at the Sikh Temple in Wan Chai. Parents from Hong Kong’s ethnic minority communities would benefit from more information on school websites regarding support offered to non-Chinese-speaking pupils. Photo: Edmond So Worshippers at the Sikh Temple in Wan Chai. Parents from Hong Kong’s ethnic minority communities would benefit from more information on school websites regarding support offered to non-Chinese-speaking pupils. Photo: Edmond So
Worshippers at the Sikh Temple in Wan Chai. Parents from Hong Kong’s ethnic minority communities would benefit from more information on school websites regarding support offered to non-Chinese-speaking pupils. Photo: Edmond So
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