Workers at the Factory for the Blind in To Kwa Wan. Photo: Dustin Shum Workers at the Factory for the Blind in To Kwa Wan. Photo: Dustin Shum
Workers at the Factory for the Blind in To Kwa Wan. Photo: Dustin Shum
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Disabled Hong Kong workers hit back against ‘bullying’, marginalisation and ‘unfair’ retirement age

  • Workers at the Factory for the Blind in To Kwa Wan say they are treated as ‘cheap labour’ and are unhappy with the factory’s planned relocation
  • Disabled workers are forced to retire at 55, which they say leaves them vulnerable to isolation

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Workers at the Factory for the Blind in To Kwa Wan. Photo: Dustin Shum Workers at the Factory for the Blind in To Kwa Wan. Photo: Dustin Shum
Workers at the Factory for the Blind in To Kwa Wan. Photo: Dustin Shum
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