Members of Hong Kong’s ethnic minority communities gather in front of the government’s headquarters in Tamar, Admiralty, on October 6, 2018, to petition Chief Secretary Matthew Cheung Kin-chung for equal opportunities in Hong Kong. Photo: Xiaomei Chen Members of Hong Kong’s ethnic minority communities gather in front of the government’s headquarters in Tamar, Admiralty, on October 6, 2018, to petition Chief Secretary Matthew Cheung Kin-chung for equal opportunities in Hong Kong. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
Members of Hong Kong’s ethnic minority communities gather in front of the government’s headquarters in Tamar, Admiralty, on October 6, 2018, to petition Chief Secretary Matthew Cheung Kin-chung for equal opportunities in Hong Kong. Photo: Xiaomei Chen

Letters | Carrie Lam’s promised platform for dialogue in the wake of Hong Kong protests must engage with ethnic minorities

  • Regardless of whether members of Hong Kong’s ethnic minority communities can speak Cantonese, their concerns should not be overlooked during these turbulent times

Topic |   Ethnic minorities in Hong Kong
Members of Hong Kong’s ethnic minority communities gather in front of the government’s headquarters in Tamar, Admiralty, on October 6, 2018, to petition Chief Secretary Matthew Cheung Kin-chung for equal opportunities in Hong Kong. Photo: Xiaomei Chen Members of Hong Kong’s ethnic minority communities gather in front of the government’s headquarters in Tamar, Admiralty, on October 6, 2018, to petition Chief Secretary Matthew Cheung Kin-chung for equal opportunities in Hong Kong. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
Members of Hong Kong’s ethnic minority communities gather in front of the government’s headquarters in Tamar, Admiralty, on October 6, 2018, to petition Chief Secretary Matthew Cheung Kin-chung for equal opportunities in Hong Kong. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
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