Hong Kong’s non-Caucasian minority communities report a disturbing pattern of mistreatment, which some have dismissed as stereotypical Hong Kong “rudeness”. Photo: Edward Wong
Hong Kong’s non-Caucasian minority communities report a disturbing pattern of mistreatment, which some have dismissed as stereotypical Hong Kong “rudeness”. Photo: Edward Wong

Letters | Racism: Hong Kong needs to speak up or lose the right to complain when Chinese are victims abroad

  • We have a responsibility to fight racism, even when it’s difficult, and even when we’re not the victims

Topic |   Racism and prejudice
Hong Kong’s non-Caucasian minority communities report a disturbing pattern of mistreatment, which some have dismissed as stereotypical Hong Kong “rudeness”. Photo: Edward Wong
Hong Kong’s non-Caucasian minority communities report a disturbing pattern of mistreatment, which some have dismissed as stereotypical Hong Kong “rudeness”. Photo: Edward Wong
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