Helpers gather in Chater Road in Central on August 9. The death of a helper from ovarian cancer has once again raised questions about the working conditions for this category of employees. Photo: Dickson Lee Helpers gather in Chater Road in Central on August 9. The death of a helper from ovarian cancer has once again raised questions about the working conditions for this category of employees. Photo: Dickson Lee
Helpers gather in Chater Road in Central on August 9. The death of a helper from ovarian cancer has once again raised questions about the working conditions for this category of employees. Photo: Dickson Lee

Letters | Time Hong Kong gave up racist ways to give helpers due respect and equal rights

  • The city recognises the need for imported domestic labour, it just doesn’t recognise the needs of the labourers
  • It is about time it addressed the long-standing policy of discrimination, which seems entirely based on race

Topic |   Foreign domestic workers in Hong Kong
Helpers gather in Chater Road in Central on August 9. The death of a helper from ovarian cancer has once again raised questions about the working conditions for this category of employees. Photo: Dickson Lee Helpers gather in Chater Road in Central on August 9. The death of a helper from ovarian cancer has once again raised questions about the working conditions for this category of employees. Photo: Dickson Lee
Helpers gather in Chater Road in Central on August 9. The death of a helper from ovarian cancer has once again raised questions about the working conditions for this category of employees. Photo: Dickson Lee
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