Pangyao gives a voice to the often under-represented sectors of Hong Kong society, says co-founder Aileen Alonzo-Hayward, pictured handing out copies in Central. Photo: courtesy of Pangyao Magazine Pangyao gives a voice to the often under-represented sectors of Hong Kong society, says co-founder Aileen Alonzo-Hayward, pictured handing out copies in Central. Photo: courtesy of Pangyao Magazine
Pangyao gives a voice to the often under-represented sectors of Hong Kong society, says co-founder Aileen Alonzo-Hayward, pictured handing out copies in Central. Photo: courtesy of Pangyao Magazine

Magazine for migrants and domestic workers in Hong Kong sees ‘overwhelming’ demand for its first issue

  • Pangyao, an online resource for migrant workers, was launched in 2019, and last year its founders launched the Pangyao Android app. Now there’s a magazine
  • ‘We’ve had people in the street stopping us to talk about it,’ says the co-founder of Pangyao magazine, intended as a showcase for migrants and domestic workers

Topic |   Foreign domestic workers in Hong Kong
Pangyao gives a voice to the often under-represented sectors of Hong Kong society, says co-founder Aileen Alonzo-Hayward, pictured handing out copies in Central. Photo: courtesy of Pangyao Magazine Pangyao gives a voice to the often under-represented sectors of Hong Kong society, says co-founder Aileen Alonzo-Hayward, pictured handing out copies in Central. Photo: courtesy of Pangyao Magazine
Pangyao gives a voice to the often under-represented sectors of Hong Kong society, says co-founder Aileen Alonzo-Hayward, pictured handing out copies in Central. Photo: courtesy of Pangyao Magazine
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