A protester stands in front of Hong Kong’s largest mosque, Kowloon Mosque, and holds a banner to show support for members of ethnic minority communities on October 20, 2019. Photo: Raquel CarvalhoA protester stands in front of Hong Kong’s largest mosque, Kowloon Mosque, and holds a banner to show support for members of ethnic minority communities on October 20, 2019. Photo: Raquel Carvalho
A protester stands in front of Hong Kong’s largest mosque, Kowloon Mosque, and holds a banner to show support for members of ethnic minority communities on October 20, 2019. Photo: Raquel Carvalho

Letters | George Floyd protests must inspire Hong Kong to reflect on its treatment of minorities

  • Hongkongers have shown great community spirit in fighting injustice, but the city has a lingering problem with discrimination against members of ethnic minority communities
Topic |   George Floyd protests
A protester stands in front of Hong Kong’s largest mosque, Kowloon Mosque, and holds a banner to show support for members of ethnic minority communities on October 20, 2019. Photo: Raquel CarvalhoA protester stands in front of Hong Kong’s largest mosque, Kowloon Mosque, and holds a banner to show support for members of ethnic minority communities on October 20, 2019. Photo: Raquel Carvalho
A protester stands in front of Hong Kong’s largest mosque, Kowloon Mosque, and holds a banner to show support for members of ethnic minority communities on October 20, 2019. Photo: Raquel Carvalho
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