Gigi Chan (left), 40, and Bonnie So, 14, both work hard on their dreams despite their Down’s syndrome. They are two of 12 people photographed for the exhibition ‘With a Little Something Extra’ at the University of Hong Kong. Photo: Xiaomei Chen Gigi Chan (left), 40, and Bonnie So, 14, both work hard on their dreams despite their Down’s syndrome. They are two of 12 people photographed for the exhibition ‘With a Little Something Extra’ at the University of Hong Kong. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
Gigi Chan (left), 40, and Bonnie So, 14, both work hard on their dreams despite their Down’s syndrome. They are two of 12 people photographed for the exhibition ‘With a Little Something Extra’ at the University of Hong Kong. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
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People with Down’s syndrome live their dreams for Hong Kong photo exhibition

  • University of Hong Kong exhibition shows 12 people with Down’s syndrome in roles including ballerina, baker and kung fu master
  • Photographer says Hong Kong lacks jobs for disabled people

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Gigi Chan (left), 40, and Bonnie So, 14, both work hard on their dreams despite their Down’s syndrome. They are two of 12 people photographed for the exhibition ‘With a Little Something Extra’ at the University of Hong Kong. Photo: Xiaomei Chen Gigi Chan (left), 40, and Bonnie So, 14, both work hard on their dreams despite their Down’s syndrome. They are two of 12 people photographed for the exhibition ‘With a Little Something Extra’ at the University of Hong Kong. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
Gigi Chan (left), 40, and Bonnie So, 14, both work hard on their dreams despite their Down’s syndrome. They are two of 12 people photographed for the exhibition ‘With a Little Something Extra’ at the University of Hong Kong. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
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