People of various ethnicities cross the road in Tsim Sha Tsui in August 2018. Hong Kong’s Race Discrimination Ordinance  makes it unlawful for a service provider to refuse to provide goods, services or facilities on the grounds of a person’s race. Photo: Fung Chang
People of various ethnicities cross the road in Tsim Sha Tsui in August 2018. Hong Kong’s Race Discrimination Ordinance makes it unlawful for a service provider to refuse to provide goods, services or facilities on the grounds of a person’s race. Photo: Fung Chang

Letters | With shield of Hong Kong law, no one should suffer racism in silence

  • Reach out to the EOC if you feel you’ve been discriminated against based on race while accessing any service
  • Service providers must train their staff to treat all customers equally, regardless of their ethnic, cultural and religious background

People of various ethnicities cross the road in Tsim Sha Tsui in August 2018. Hong Kong’s Race Discrimination Ordinance  makes it unlawful for a service provider to refuse to provide goods, services or facilities on the grounds of a person’s race. Photo: Fung Chang
People of various ethnicities cross the road in Tsim Sha Tsui in August 2018. Hong Kong’s Race Discrimination Ordinance makes it unlawful for a service provider to refuse to provide goods, services or facilities on the grounds of a person’s race. Photo: Fung Chang
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