Vietnamese expats formed an informal volunteering group to help Vietnamese refugees and other homeless install ECO-cooler in Sham Shui PoThe volunteer group has built an environmentally friendly and low technology air cooling system out of used bottles and wooden parts – a system they hope will help the homeless population living on the streets of Sham Shui Po. 28AUG16 SCMP /Photo: David Wong
Vietnamese expats formed an informal volunteering group to help Vietnamese refugees and other homeless install ECO-cooler in Sham Shui PoThe volunteer group has built an environmentally friendly and low technology air cooling system out of used bottles and wooden parts – a system they hope will help the homeless population living on the streets of Sham Shui Po. 28AUG16 SCMP /Photo: David Wong

Meet the Vietnamese expats making a difference to Hong Kong’s homeless

Volunteers distribute necessities and build air cooling systems, among other projects, to help city’s Vietnamese refugees and local homeless population

Vietnamese expats formed an informal volunteering group to help Vietnamese refugees and other homeless install ECO-cooler in Sham Shui PoThe volunteer group has built an environmentally friendly and low technology air cooling system out of used bottles and wooden parts – a system they hope will help the homeless population living on the streets of Sham Shui Po. 28AUG16 SCMP /Photo: David Wong
Vietnamese expats formed an informal volunteering group to help Vietnamese refugees and other homeless install ECO-cooler in Sham Shui PoThe volunteer group has built an environmentally friendly and low technology air cooling system out of used bottles and wooden parts – a system they hope will help the homeless population living on the streets of Sham Shui Po. 28AUG16 SCMP /Photo: David Wong
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