The system sees most ethnic minority Hongkongers concentrated in a few neighbourhoods, and attend non-mainstream schools, which increases their isolation from the majority Chinese society. Photo: Edward Wong

Hong Kong and casual racism: we must see the problem before we can solve it

  • Everyday instances of racism range from the lack of representation, or stereotyping, in pop culture to racist jokes
  • But none can blame the majority Chinese when government efforts to tackle the problem have been half-hearted
Topic |   Ethnic minorities in Hong Kong

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The system sees most ethnic minority Hongkongers concentrated in a few neighbourhoods, and attend non-mainstream schools, which increases their isolation from the majority Chinese society. Photo: Edward Wong
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