Myriam Bartu, co-founder of Enrich HK, a charity that provides financial literacy training to migrant women. Photo: Sophie Bonnin Rocher Myriam Bartu, co-founder of Enrich HK, a charity that provides financial literacy training to migrant women. Photo: Sophie Bonnin Rocher
Myriam Bartu, co-founder of Enrich HK, a charity that provides financial literacy training to migrant women. Photo: Sophie Bonnin Rocher

How Benedict Anderson’s Imagined Communities changed Myriam Bartu’s life

  • The co-founder of Enrich HK, a charity that trains Hong Kong’s domestic helpers in financial literacy, says the 1983 book taught her how boundaries, identities and race are all imagined

Topic |   Books and Literature
Myriam Bartu, co-founder of Enrich HK, a charity that provides financial literacy training to migrant women. Photo: Sophie Bonnin Rocher Myriam Bartu, co-founder of Enrich HK, a charity that provides financial literacy training to migrant women. Photo: Sophie Bonnin Rocher
Myriam Bartu, co-founder of Enrich HK, a charity that provides financial literacy training to migrant women. Photo: Sophie Bonnin Rocher
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