(From the left) Saiksha Gurung, Bidhya Shrestha and Sharon Rai hope to empower marginalised women through their Hong Kong-based NGO Aama Ko Koseli. While members of Hong Kong’s ethnic minority communities can offer valuable input on matters concerning their own societies, they are also willing and able to serve all of Hong Kong. Photo: Nora Tam (From the left) Saiksha Gurung, Bidhya Shrestha and Sharon Rai hope to empower marginalised women through their Hong Kong-based NGO Aama Ko Koseli. While members of Hong Kong’s ethnic minority communities can offer valuable input on matters concerning their own societies, they are also willing and able to serve all of Hong Kong. Photo: Nora Tam
(From the left) Saiksha Gurung, Bidhya Shrestha and Sharon Rai hope to empower marginalised women through their Hong Kong-based NGO Aama Ko Koseli. While members of Hong Kong’s ethnic minority communities can offer valuable input on matters concerning their own societies, they are also willing and able to serve all of Hong Kong. Photo: Nora Tam
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Opinion

Opinion

Ricky Chu Man-kin

Hong Kong must do more to build on the strength of its diversity

  • Qualified, confident and vocal, many from the city’s non-Chinese population could make valuable contributions to the city in various capacities, including governance

(From the left) Saiksha Gurung, Bidhya Shrestha and Sharon Rai hope to empower marginalised women through their Hong Kong-based NGO Aama Ko Koseli. While members of Hong Kong’s ethnic minority communities can offer valuable input on matters concerning their own societies, they are also willing and able to serve all of Hong Kong. Photo: Nora Tam (From the left) Saiksha Gurung, Bidhya Shrestha and Sharon Rai hope to empower marginalised women through their Hong Kong-based NGO Aama Ko Koseli. While members of Hong Kong’s ethnic minority communities can offer valuable input on matters concerning their own societies, they are also willing and able to serve all of Hong Kong. Photo: Nora Tam
(From the left) Saiksha Gurung, Bidhya Shrestha and Sharon Rai hope to empower marginalised women through their Hong Kong-based NGO Aama Ko Koseli. While members of Hong Kong’s ethnic minority communities can offer valuable input on matters concerning their own societies, they are also willing and able to serve all of Hong Kong. Photo: Nora Tam
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Ricky Chu Man-kin

Ricky Chu Man-kin

 Ricky Chu Man-kin is chairperson of the Hong Kong Equal Opportunities Commission