Calling for better planning on teaching Chinese to ethnic minority students are (from left), Hong Kong Unison research officer Li Sin-lam; lawmakers Ip Kin-yuen and Claudia Mo, and others, at Tamar in May 2018. Photo: Winson Wong

Don’t ask Hong Kong’s ethnic minorities to fit the Chinese mould: integration is a two-way street

  • The way to integration should not be limited to the minorities acquiring the mainstream language, but include mutual understanding and respect for difference
  • Ineffective education policies that have consistently failed ethnic minority youth in learning the Chinese language shouldn’t go unmentioned
Topic |   Ethnic minorities in Hong Kong

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Calling for better planning on teaching Chinese to ethnic minority students are (from left), Hong Kong Unison research officer Li Sin-lam; lawmakers Ip Kin-yuen and Claudia Mo, and others, at Tamar in May 2018. Photo: Winson Wong
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