Police officers disperse domestic helpers as they gather in Central, Hong Kong, on their day off last April. Hong Kong has long been criticised for its treatment of people with brown skin, particularly helpers from the Philippines and Indonesia. Photo: Edmond So Police officers disperse domestic helpers as they gather in Central, Hong Kong, on their day off last April. Hong Kong has long been criticised for its treatment of people with brown skin, particularly helpers from the Philippines and Indonesia. Photo: Edmond So
Police officers disperse domestic helpers as they gather in Central, Hong Kong, on their day off last April. Hong Kong has long been criticised for its treatment of people with brown skin, particularly helpers from the Philippines and Indonesia. Photo: Edmond So
Mike Rowse
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Mike Rowse

When the coronavirus and racism collide: the good, the bad and the ugly

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Police officers disperse domestic helpers as they gather in Central, Hong Kong, on their day off last April. Hong Kong has long been criticised for its treatment of people with brown skin, particularly helpers from the Philippines and Indonesia. Photo: Edmond So Police officers disperse domestic helpers as they gather in Central, Hong Kong, on their day off last April. Hong Kong has long been criticised for its treatment of people with brown skin, particularly helpers from the Philippines and Indonesia. Photo: Edmond So
Police officers disperse domestic helpers as they gather in Central, Hong Kong, on their day off last April. Hong Kong has long been criticised for its treatment of people with brown skin, particularly helpers from the Philippines and Indonesia. Photo: Edmond So
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