Images being shown at the “Under the Shelter” exhibition include this one of Vietnamese refugees who arrived in Hong Kong in 1975. Pictures: courtesy of the Centre for Refugees Images being shown at the “Under the Shelter” exhibition include this one of Vietnamese refugees who arrived in Hong Kong in 1975. Pictures: courtesy of the Centre for Refugees
Images being shown at the “Under the Shelter” exhibition include this one of Vietnamese refugees who arrived in Hong Kong in 1975. Pictures: courtesy of the Centre for Refugees
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Exhibition captures how Hong Kong once opened its arms to refugees

The city has at various times welcomed everyone from Vietnamese fleeing conflict at home to White Russians and mainlanders escaping the Cultural Revolution

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Images being shown at the “Under the Shelter” exhibition include this one of Vietnamese refugees who arrived in Hong Kong in 1975. Pictures: courtesy of the Centre for Refugees Images being shown at the “Under the Shelter” exhibition include this one of Vietnamese refugees who arrived in Hong Kong in 1975. Pictures: courtesy of the Centre for Refugees
Images being shown at the “Under the Shelter” exhibition include this one of Vietnamese refugees who arrived in Hong Kong in 1975. Pictures: courtesy of the Centre for Refugees
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