Foreign domestic helpers queue up for a second round of compulsory Covid-19 testing, at a mobile specimen collection station at Chater Garden in Central on May 15. Photo: Nora Tam Foreign domestic helpers queue up for a second round of compulsory Covid-19 testing, at a mobile specimen collection station at Chater Garden in Central on May 15. Photo: Nora Tam
Foreign domestic helpers queue up for a second round of compulsory Covid-19 testing, at a mobile specimen collection station at Chater Garden in Central on May 15. Photo: Nora Tam
Justin Bong-Kwan
Opinion

Opinion

Justin Bong-Kwan

Hong Kong government must be sensitive to the risk of institutional racism in decision-making

  • Amid the outcry over officials’ careless remarks, a mandatory vaccine proposal and compulsory Covid-19 testing, the government must think carefully about its basis for targeting certain groups

Foreign domestic helpers queue up for a second round of compulsory Covid-19 testing, at a mobile specimen collection station at Chater Garden in Central on May 15. Photo: Nora Tam Foreign domestic helpers queue up for a second round of compulsory Covid-19 testing, at a mobile specimen collection station at Chater Garden in Central on May 15. Photo: Nora Tam
Foreign domestic helpers queue up for a second round of compulsory Covid-19 testing, at a mobile specimen collection station at Chater Garden in Central on May 15. Photo: Nora Tam
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Justin Bong-Kwan

Justin Bong-Kwan

Justin Bong-Kwan is a practising barrister based in Hong Kong and a freelance writer.