A recent survey found that nearly three in five adult mainland immigrants and one in three children complain of everyday prejudice in Hong Kong. Photo: Winson Wong
A recent survey found that nearly three in five adult mainland immigrants and one in three children complain of everyday prejudice in Hong Kong. Photo: Winson Wong
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Hongkongers should be more accepting of mainland immigrants

  • A survey found that nearly three in five adult mainland immigrants and one in three children complain of everyday prejudice. While the government could do more to offer protection against discrimination through legislation, acceptance and appreciation is ultimately up to ordinary Hongkongers

A recent survey found that nearly three in five adult mainland immigrants and one in three children complain of everyday prejudice in Hong Kong. Photo: Winson Wong
A recent survey found that nearly three in five adult mainland immigrants and one in three children complain of everyday prejudice in Hong Kong. Photo: Winson Wong
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