Members of Hong Kong’s African community, or those married to them, such as Camy Lok Mei-Ching of the Hong Kong African Association (left), have spoken of experiencing discrimination. Photo: Dickson Lee

In Hong Kong, the barriers to racial unity are far too many

  • NGOs have long protested the “de facto racial segregation” in the Hong Kong school system
Topic |   Ethnic minorities in Hong Kong

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Members of Hong Kong’s African community, or those married to them, such as Camy Lok Mei-Ching of the Hong Kong African Association (left), have spoken of experiencing discrimination. Photo: Dickson Lee
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