Students enjoy a break from lessons at Wah Yan College in Wan Chai, Hong Kong. A report by The Zubin Foundation reveals that thousands of children from low-income ethnic minority families could potentially be missing out on scholarships to private and international schools in the city. Photo: Dickson Lee

Needy Hong Kong minority children miss out on scholarships to some of city’s top fee-paying schools

  • Government requires international and private schools to offer scholarships to deserving pupils, but almost 60 per cent of those offered go unused, survey finds
  • Ethnic minority children from poor families are ideal candidates for the funds, says report, but their parents are unaware of the help available to them
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Students enjoy a break from lessons at Wah Yan College in Wan Chai, Hong Kong. A report by The Zubin Foundation reveals that thousands of children from low-income ethnic minority families could potentially be missing out on scholarships to private and international schools in the city. Photo: Dickson Lee
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