Some 1,200 low-income workers, including ethnic minority families, attend a poon choi feast. Photo: Dickson LeeSome 1,200 low-income workers, including ethnic minority families, attend a poon choi feast. Photo: Dickson Lee
Some 1,200 low-income workers, including ethnic minority families, attend a poon choi feast. Photo: Dickson Lee

Close to one in five ethnic minority individuals in Hong Kong are living in poverty, government report shows

Even after taking into account government subsidies or welfare allowances, the poverty rate for ethnic minorities was higher in 2016 than in 2011

Topic |   Ethnic minorities in Hong Kong
Some 1,200 low-income workers, including ethnic minority families, attend a poon choi feast. Photo: Dickson LeeSome 1,200 low-income workers, including ethnic minority families, attend a poon choi feast. Photo: Dickson Lee
Some 1,200 low-income workers, including ethnic minority families, attend a poon choi feast. Photo: Dickson Lee
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