Ethnic minority groups demonstrate for equal opportunities, outside the Hong Kong government headquarters in Admiralty in October 2018. Photo: Xiaomei Chen Ethnic minority groups demonstrate for equal opportunities, outside the Hong Kong government headquarters in Admiralty in October 2018. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
Ethnic minority groups demonstrate for equal opportunities, outside the Hong Kong government headquarters in Admiralty in October 2018. Photo: Xiaomei Chen

Letters | Hong Kong wage freeze would push ethnic minority workers deeper into poverty

  • Lower education levels and poor Chinese-language skills already make it hard for ethnic minority workers to make ends meet. A wage freeze would be a heavy blow

Topic |   Hong Kong economy
Ethnic minority groups demonstrate for equal opportunities, outside the Hong Kong government headquarters in Admiralty in October 2018. Photo: Xiaomei Chen Ethnic minority groups demonstrate for equal opportunities, outside the Hong Kong government headquarters in Admiralty in October 2018. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
Ethnic minority groups demonstrate for equal opportunities, outside the Hong Kong government headquarters in Admiralty in October 2018. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
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